Artist: John P. Kee and New Life Title Of Album: Life and Favor Year Of Release: August 28, 2012 Label: Kee Music Group Genre: Christian, Gospel Quality: mp3 | Stereo Bitrate: 320 kbps | 44.1 Khz Total Time: 01:10:45 Total Size: 171.67 mb
Tracklist --------- 01. Amazing (feat. Lowell Pye, Tim Rogers & Zacardi Cortez) 02. My Worship 03. Wake Up (feat. Zacardi Cortez & Lejuene Thompson) 04. Life and Favor (feat. James Fortune, Isaac Carree & Lejuene Thompson) 05. I Win (feat. Kim Burrell) [Prelude] 06. I Win (feat. Le'Andria Johnson) 07. Fill This House (feat. Maranda Curtis Willis & Shelia Lakin) 08. Made to Worship (feat. Kirk Franklin) 09. Life and Favor (feat. Kirk Franklin & Fred Hammond) [Remix] 10. Another Chance (feat. Lisa Knowles) 11. Bless Your Name (feat. Rance Allen) 12. He's Working It Out (feat. Zacardi Cortez) 13. My Worship (feat. Frank McComb, PJ Morton, Lalah Hathaway, Patrick Dopson, Maranda Curtis Willis, Lil' Mo, Le'Andria Johnson, Dathan Thigpen, Zacardi Cortez, Kim Burrell, Lowell Pye, Glenn Jones & Shelia Lakin) [Remix]
After 18 years on the Verity Music Group label, Life & Favor finds John P. Kee moving to his own label, Kee Music Group. Still, little else has changed as "Wake Up" combines punchy Earth, Wind & Fire-styled R&B with choir gospel and worship. Then there is "Life & Favor" (aka "You Don't Know My Story"), which sounds like vintage Kee as the choir swells during the choruses, while the verses are given to personal stories from James Fortune, Isaac Carree, and Lejuene Thompson. "Life & Favor" is both the title track and the stately key cut, but there's a tie for second with Zacardi Cortez putting the Soul meter in the red for the full-bodied "He's Working It Out" while Kee himself is the reason to pick "My Worship," a soaring slow number that appears in both a live and extended studio mix. Superstars Kirk Franklin and Fred Hammond are along for the worship ride, along with Sunday Best winner Le'Andria Johnson, who helps Kee turn "I Win" into the ultimate "get up and get out" number, twice as strong as coffee and anything but bitter.