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Christmas in Diverse City


Download links and information about Christmas in Diverse City by TobyMac. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rap, Gospel, Rock, Christian Rock, Pop, Teen Pop, Traditional Pop Music genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 48:14 minutes.

Artist: TobyMac
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rap, Gospel, Rock, Christian Rock, Pop, Teen Pop, Traditional Pop Music
Tracks: 13
Duration: 48:14
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No. Title Length
1. Christmas This Year (feat. Leigh Nash) 3:30
2. The First Noel (feat. Owl City) 3:32
3. Mary's Boy Child (feat. Jamie Grace) 2:34
4. O Come, All Ye Faithful 3:54
5. Little Drummer Boy 3:36
6. This Christmas (Father of the Fatherless) [feat. Nirva Ready] 3:01
7. Carol of the Kings (feat. Gabe Real & Liquid) (featuring Maj, Gabe Real) 3:56
8. Birth of Love (featuring Superherose) 4:16
9. What Child Is This? (featuring Arch Nemesiz) 2:44
10. It Snowed (featuring Tim Rosenau) 4:13
11. Angels We Have Heard On High (featuring Nirva Ready) 4:39
12. Santa'scomin'baka'round! (featuring Toddiefunk) 3:51
13. Christmas Time (featuring Byron) 4:28



On his first full-length holiday project, TobyMac shares the mic with a host of bandmates and special guests. Christmas in Diverse City adheres to the former dc Talk member’s overall sound by combing pop energy with a solid grasp of hip-hop groovesmanship. “Christmas This Year” (first released in 2010) sets the tone by matching Toby’s crowd-rousing performances on the verses with Leigh Nash’s winsome vocals on the bridge. An electronica-tinged “The First Noel” (featuring Owl City’s Adam Young) and a Latin-flavored “O Come, All Ye Faithful” offer fresh takes on classic hymns. Rising singer/songwriter Jamie Grace stops by to lend an acoustic shuffle feel to “Mary’s Boy Child,” while “Little Drummer Boy” gains impact from dynamic percussion and soaring choir vocals. The members of the Diverse City band each get their own highlighted track, with Maj’s rap/gospel rendition of “Carol of the Kings” and Nirva Ready’s warmly tender take on “Angels We Have Heard on High” standing out for their creativity and charm.