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Gospel Gangstaz Funk-Filled Independent Release in Stores

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With three critically-acclaimed albums under their belt, including 1999’s Grammy-nominated “I Can See Clearly Now,” Gospel Gangstaz are the true leaders of the gospel hip-hop movement.

Lauded for their genuine street rhymes; funk-driven production; crafty story telling and reality-based yet uplifting lyrics, Gospel Gangstaz are true Gs who represent the streets while edifying the hip-hop community with a message of hope no matter what grim realities abound.
On their just released 4th album, The Exodus, Gospel Gangstaz demonstrate why they are one of the most widely repsected groups in the formidable gospel hip-hop genre. With accolades from hip-hoppers such as Snoop, E-40 and DJ Quik, as well as contemporary gospel magnates such as Kirk Franklin and Fred Hammond, Gospel Gangstaz’ ability to stay true to both where they’re from and who they’ve become lends itself to an undeniable authenticity that shines through brightly on this CD.
With brilliant tracks such as the anthemic “Watch, Pray, Live Holy;” the throbbing “Scream,” the funked-out Gangstaz Don’t Dance” featuring Bootsy Collins; the introspective “Caught Up;” the harmonic “Trouble Don’t Last,” and the soon-to-be West Coast classic “Gangsta’d Up,” The Exodus delivers 12 solid tracks that will make listeners heads, hearts and feet bounce at the same time.

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