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The time has come for Grammy nominated/Reach Records artist Lecrae to introduce to you his highly anticipated album Gravity. The brand new release will hit stores September 4 and will feature Mali Music, Mathai (The Voice), label mates Trip Lee and Tedashii as well as production from DJ Khalil (Dr. Dre, Eminem, Drake, Jay Z) , Street Symphony’s Heat Academy and The Watchmen.

Lecrae has a history of success having sold more than 650,000 records over the course of his career and his 2010 smash releases Rehab and the EP Rehab: The Overdose, which debuted at # 5 on the Billboard Hip-Hop Charts and #17 on the Top 200. It is no surprise that Gravity will showcase Lecrae’s thought provoking lyrical technique, live instrumentation and amazing beats that will keep fans wanting more.

Lecrae has been seen on major media platforms including,, Hip-Hope DX,, and

You can check out some of the behind-the-scenes footage of the making of Gravity here:

Gravity is the follow up project to the controversial mixtape Church Clothes that he released earlier this year, which served as a precursor for the new record. This allowed Lecrae to stay true to who he was as an artist and as an individual, while also opening the doors to impact others.  The mixtape received rave reviews from both critics and fans as well as garnered over 280,000 downloads.


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