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Lecrae's New Album 'Gravity' is finally here

Date: 03 Sep 2012Posted by Admin Admin

Its finally here. 

On his Sixth studio album, Gravity, Lecrae tackles real life head on seeing its difficulties as proof of our frailties to lead us towards hope in the strength of God.  Gravity hits hard from the onset with Lecrae’s gritty lines and the production collaboration of Heat Academy and Joseph Prielozny beautifully blending strings and riffs on “The Drop”.  On the album’s title track, “Gravity” featuring J.R., Lecrae sums up the human experience—“we’re glued to our depravity until somebody frees us from this gravity.

1. The Drop (Intro) - Produced by Heat Academy and Joseph Prielozny
2. Gravity feat. J.R. - Produced by J.R.
3. Walk with Me feat. Novel - Produced by The Watchmen
4. Free From It All feat. Mathai - Produced by Dru Castro and Uforo Ebong
5. Fallin’ Down feat. Swoope and Trip Lee - Produced by The Watchmen
6. Fakin’ feat Thi’sl - Produced by Heat Academy
7. Violence - Produced by Tyshane and ThaInnaCircle
8. Mayday feat Big K.R.I.T. and Ashthon Jones - Produced by DJ Khalil
9. Confe$$ions - Produced by Zach Crowell, Joseph Prielozny and Dirty Rice
10. Buttons - Produced by Heat Academy
11. Power Trip feat. PRoSho Baraka and Andy Mineo - Produced by DJ Official
12. Lord Have Mercy feat. Tedashii - Produced by Heat Academy
13. I Know - Produced by The Watchmen

14. Tell the World feat. Mali Music - Produced by Heat Academy
15. Lucky Ones feat. Rudy Currence - Prod. by The Watchmen, Rudy Currence & Joseph Prielozny

Gravity is a follow up to the mixtape Church Clothes, which was released earlier in 2012, and Lecrae\\\\\\\'s two previous studio albums,Rehab, which was released in September, 2010, and Rehab: The Overdose, which followed five months later. Rehab reached No. 5 on the Billboard Top Rap Albums, No. 1 on the Top Gospel, Christian, and Independent albums, and No. 17 on the overall charts. It was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album at the 53rd Grammy Awards, and the song \\\\\\\"Background\\\\\\\" and the album itself were nominated for Rap/Hip Hop Recorded Song of the Year and Rap/Hip Hop Album of the Year, respectively, at the 42nd Annual GMA Dove Awards. Rehab: The Overdose reached No. 4 on the Top Rap Albums charts, No. 1 on the Christian and Gospel albums charts, No. 5 on the Independent albums, and No. 15 overall. The album won Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year at the 43rd GMA Dove Awards, while the single \\\\\\\"Hallelujah\\\\\\\" won Rap/Hip Hop Recorded Song of the Year. Lecrae also received a nomination for Artist of the Year at the awards. Both Rehab and Rehab: The Overdose were nominated for Rap/Hip-Hop CD of the Year at the 27th Annual Stellar Awards, with Rehab: The Overdose winning.