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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great CD

    Would recommend this CD to anyone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ....from a street gurl's point of view

    ther's no doubt this album is completely and truly remarkable.Not only does it stretch to the far of older mature xtians it also captivates the hearts and souls of younger teenager.it contradicts the myths put on gospel music that it's dull,boring and un energetic. It gives a taste to what exactly xtianity involves hence "god's property"!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    great album

    this album is great even after having listened to every song at least 100 times. it's the perfect album for all god loving christians. great work,kirk.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ''God's Property'': A Message of a Lifetime

    ''God's Property,'' a product of gospel artist Kirk Franklin, has a message worth hearing over and over again. Young teenage girls: taught to love and live for God, but never reached in a style that intrigued them. For the first time music (the musical art of Kirk Franklin) has truly touched young females because it is sung in a style they can recognize. The rhythm and beats throughout ''God's Property'' entertain them just as much as the art of Rhythm & Blues or Rap. Because they find entertainment in the musical aspect of this C.D. they are more likely to hear the wonderful content and be willing to live by it. Kirk Franklin has creatively found a meaningful way to present spiritual messages, and he and his choir(s) are definitely being heard.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    An Album for the Whole Family to Enjoy

    Kirk Franklin's album, ''God's Property'', put together using a 50-voice Dallas-based youth chior, can be enjoyed by the entire family. God's Property is an album that can be used as a solution to any problems, with songs like ''Love'', ''More Than I Can Bear'', ''He'll Take the Pain Away'' and ''The Strom is Over Now''. The listener will be able to handle situations from love and relationships, to ostacles that you have encountered. Also, using hip-hop as the basic for some of the songs, like ''Stomp'' which features the artist Salt from the group Salt and Pepper, the album is taking gospel music to another level.

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    Posted June 6, 2009

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