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Reiterate

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Sky May Fall Feat. Dan Haseltine and Annie Peters
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Walking My Way
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Fly Away Feat. Mac Powell
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Turn It Up Feat. Scientist and Jade
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Something About You
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Reminds Me
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Get It Started
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Livin Dreams
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Dusk Till Dawn Feat. Britt Nicole and Iz
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I Run Feat. Martha Munizzi
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Beautiful Morning Feat. Pigeon John
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Say Goodbye Feat. Tobymac and Jade
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 47:57

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KEEP RUNNIN'!!!

machme

Possibly the longest running Gospel Rap duo ever. All the way from "Mental Release", these men of God have adapted without compromise(as I am able to see). Be Blessed, Be strong, and stay with it!

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Good.

fathomfurline

Grits is good and consistant. Not necessarily getting better with ever release, because they may have peaked a few years ago and then with the last two released tried to find their next sound. Their biggest club banger is on this album with "Turn it Up." Almost every song on this album featuring somebody else is really good. The middle of the album sags a bit, but either don't get those or do what I did and delete them. It'll make the whole listening experience that much stronger. I'm so glad that there were so many good songs on this album - the sneak peek ep wasn't sonically appealing at all!

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Killer gospel rap

T.Glyptic

Wow, these guys have always been good at this, but this album really shines. It makes me want to go shine my rims and go to church.

They Say All Music Guide

What does the popular Christian rap duo need to Reiterate at this point in their career? Well, judging by the sound of their eighth album, quite a lot. Grits seem intent on proving themselves all over again now that they have left Gotee Records. The artistic independence brought on by that move seems to have had quite an impact, as this is some of Teron Carter and Stacy Jones’ best work in their 15 years together. The lyrics are carefully connected, while their Southern-style rap draws from contemporary rap artists Lil Wayne and T-Pain and then takes a serious sidestep to the ’80s new wave sounds of Depeche Mode and Duran Duran. You really have to hear it to believe it, but the formula pays off big time. Together with a list of surprising guests — Dan Haseltine (Jars of Clay), Mac Powell (Third Day), Martha Munizzi, and Britt Nicole — the album’s power rap is perfectly balanced with soul and rock influences. Anyone who has followed Grits over the last decade will enjoy this offering. – Jared Johnson

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