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Hello Love

by Chris Tomlin

Hello Love by Chris Tomlin

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Hello Love

by Chris Tomlin

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Label: Six Steps (SIX)
Chris Tomlin didn't write this album with charts in mind. He wrote it for people looking for music to express their love for God. In that, he has succeeded, delivering a set of all new love-inspired and love-inspiring praise and worship. "Jesus Messiah" is the single and "Sing Sing Sing" is memorable, but his intimate, reflective, soul-baring ballads are where this set takes flight. The hymn-styled duet "Praise the Father...," "I Will Rise," "Exalted...," and "All the Way..." line up for equal kudos, while a feeling of 1980s optimism and innocent vocals make "God of this City" a unique pearl.

About This Album

Chris Tomlin didn't write this album with charts in mind. He wrote it for people looking for music to express their love for God. In that, he has succeeded, delivering a set of all new love-inspired and love-inspiring praise and worship. "Jesus Messiah" is the single and "Sing Sing Sing" is memorable, but his intimate, reflective, soul-baring ballads are where this set takes flight. The hymn-styled duet "Praise the Father...," "I Will Rise," "Exalted...," and "All the Way..." line up for equal kudos, while a feeling of 1980s optimism and innocent vocals make "God of this City" a unique pearl.

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About This Album

Chris Tomlin didn't write this album with charts in mind. He wrote it for people looking for music to express their love for God. In that, he has succeeded, delivering a set of all new love-inspired and love-inspiring praise and worship. "Jesus Messiah" is the single and "Sing Sing Sing" is memorable, but his intimate, reflective, soul-baring ballads are where this set takes flight. The hymn-styled duet "Praise the Father...," "I Will Rise," "Exalted...," and "All the Way..." line up for equal kudos, while a feeling of 1980s optimism and innocent vocals make "God of this City" a unique pearl.