1. War – Charles Jenkins and Fellowship
2. Yes You Can – Marvin Sapp
3. Different – Tasha Page-Lockhart
4. Friend of Mine – Dewayne Woods
5. Fill Me Up – Casey J.
6. God My God – Vashawn Mitchell
7. Bless This House – Dorinda Clark-Cole
8. I Am – Jason Nelson
9. Bless Me – J.J. Hairston/Youthful Praise
10. I Will Trust – Fred Hammond
I get such joy when a one of my talented friends releases a new project and so happy I am able to share. Andrea’s new tune is infectious and you just want to sing along. Excellent job. I think I have fallen in love with John Scofield I can’t seem to get enough. Marcus Miller is back with a new project and once again brings his wonderful ear to a project. Richard Bona is such a multitalented artist and so glad I found his work. Hope you enjoy the selections and once again thanks so much for tuning in.
The Art of Storytelling is the fourth, and thus far final, studio album by British-American rapper Slick Rick, released May 25, 1999, on Def Jam Recordings. The album features production from DJ Clark Kent and Kid Capri, among others. Upon its release, The Art of Storytelling proved to be Slick Rick’s highest-charting album, peaking at number eight on theBillboard 200, and number one on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and was certified gold by the RIAA within a month of its release. (SourceWikipedia)
The Art of Storytelling
After the commercial failure of his 1991 album Prince of Darkness, Kane was able to regain his past acclaim, with an album that was considered as a return to his past greatness. Unlike his past albums, Kane involved a large number of outside producers for the project, including future production stars the Trackmasters, Easy Mo Bee, and Large Professor.
Looks Like a Job For… featured Kane’s first Top 40 Billboard Hot 100 hit, “Very Special,” as well as the underground hip-hop hit “How U Get a Record Deal?” and a remix of the track “’Nuff Respect,” which was originally from the soundtrack of the film Juice.
Looks Like a Job For…