Review – This Is Your Kingdom Come

Pretty pumped to share my review of the latest offering from Vineyard Worship called “This Is Your Kingdom Come“. The CD releases on Tuesday, October 2nd and I’ve had the opportunity to give it a spin the last few weeks. If you’re a fan of worship music, or just looking for some new tunes with a great message, “This Is Your Kingdom Come” is worth a download. With music that features R&B, Gospel, Hip-Hop and Soul, this is a CD that will keep you moving. I left it on in my office throughout the day and enjoyed the constant beats. I recommend it. Here’s more info:

Album Bio

This dynamic new album features veteran worship leader and songwriter Casey Corum and a cast of friends recorded before a full house over two nights at Corum’s home church. Listeners will also be introduced to the powerful voices of Torri Baker (Vineyard Church – Columbus, Ohio) and Crispin Schroeder (Northshore Vineyard – Covington, Louisiana), as well as a 17-voice gospel choir. Threads of R&B, gospel, and modern rock are woven together to create a fresh sound while, at the same time, being deeply rooted in the hallmark Vineyard worship value of intimacy with God. 

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