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I See Victory (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about I See Victory (Deluxe Version) by Youthful Praise, JJ Hairston. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Gospel genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:45:48 minutes.

Artist: Youthful Praise, JJ Hairston
Release date: 2014
Genre: Gospel
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:45:48
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No. Title Length
1. Nothing Compares (feat. Vashawn Mitchell) 6:34
2. You're Mighty 5:45
3. Bless Me (feat. Donnie McClurkin & Greg Kirkland) 5:38
4. It Pushed Me (feat. Zebulon Ellis) 4:27
5. You Are Worthy 5:38
6. You Are Worthy (Reprise) 2:29
7. I Feel You Moving (feat. Jason Nelson) 6:57
8. You Are Great (feat. Deon Kipping) 7:28
9. Wonders To Perform 5:41
10. All Things Well 7:03
11. Awe of You (feat. Karen Clark Sheard) 6:42
12. Good To Me 7:22
13. The Blood Still Works 6:18
14. I See Victory 5:18
15. Awe of You (Reprise) 5:19
16. Everything I Need 8:25
17. Everything I Need (Reprise) 4:02
18. Bless Me (feat. Donnie McClurkin) [Radio Edit] 4:42



J.J Hairston & Youthful Praise have, for over a decade, been pioneers in pushing the boundaries of contemporary worship music, integrating urban gospel with slick R&B and pop through nearly ingenious innovations for chorale. As evidenced by its pre-release single "Bless Me," with the muscular lead vocals of guests Donnie McClurkin and Greg Kirkland, this unit has reached a peak on I See Victory. There are other celebrity soloists here too, including Karen Clark Sheard, VaShawn Mitchell, and Deon Kipping, as well as Zebulon Ellis — who fronts the group on the anthem "It Pushed Me." The presence of guest stars isn't a slight to Youthful Praise's singers, but a testament to the kind of support only they can deliver. The proof is that there are just as many homegrown standouts here, including "Wonders to Perform," with Brittney Wright up front, and the celebratory soul of "Good to Me," featuring Tiffany Andrews-Woodside in the soloist's role. And the stomping closer, "The Blood Still Works," showcasing the earthshaking vocals of YP's Fondrea Lynn Lewis, is an example of modern, rocking gospel at its very best.