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The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin

The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin
Kirk Franklin
Released February 19, 2002 (2002-02-19)
Recorded 2000-2001
Genre Urban contemporary gospel
Label GospoCentric, J Records
Kirk Franklin chronology

Kirk Franklin presents 1NC
(2000)
The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin
(2002)
A Season of Remixes
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin is a live and studio album by Kirk Franklin.

Synopsis

The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin is the 7th album released by Kirk Franklin. The U.S. release on J Records occurred on February 19, 2002 (2002-02-19).


Track listing

# Title Time Notes
1. Intro 2:09
2. Hosanna 5:07
3. Caught Up (featuring Shirley Caesar) 5:57
4. 911 (featuring Bishop T.D. Jakes) 4:41
5. The Blood Song (featuring Donnie McClurkin, Crystal Lewis, Jaci Velasquez) 5:36
6. Brighter Day 5:40
7. My Life, My Love, My All 6:22
8. Lookin' Out For Me (featuring Willie Neal Johnson) 5:53
9. He Reigns (The Medley) (featuring Papa San) 4:27
10. Interlude 2:37
11. Don't Cry (featuring Richard Smallwood) 6:08
12. The Transition 0:46
13. Always 6:44
14. When I Get There 5:41
15. Interlude 0:43
16. Outro (The Blood) (featuring Yolanda Adams & Alvin Slaughter) 5:11
17. Throw Yo Hands Up (featuring tobyMac) 4:28 Bonus Track

"Throw Yo Hands Up" was featured in the Xbox game Project Gotham Racing under the artist name Souljahz.

Certification and Chart Success

The album was certified Gold on March 20, 2002 (2002-03-20) and Platinum on May 19, 2003 (2003-05-19).[2]


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