hristian rapper Lecrae Moore appears in this undated file photo. (photo: reachrecords.com)
Lecrae is not stopping in getting positive music out to the world. The passionate rapper recently released Church Clothes in May and had critics all over it, with positive and negative remarks. Nonetheless, Lecrae's eyes are fixed on the Lord and ultimately leading people to Christ.
He wrote on his social network pages today (June 7th) that he is in the studio for his 6th studio album GRAVITY.
"In the studio working on #Gravity. I love it when my team tells me I can do better. #yesmen are bad for your health," wrote Lecrae.
Fans responded with excitement and are offering up prayers for his upcoming project.
Lecrae said in a video interview with Rapzilla that there will be "no more rehab" albums. Lecrae hopes the new project will be "beneficial and helpful for the culture." Some of the people Lecrae is interested in collaborating with in the future are Tenth Avenue North, Gungor, Humble Beast (Lecrae is a huge fan of), and Malice.
Watch the rest of what Lecrae had to say about the highly anticipated album in the following video interview created before the album name was confirmed.
Watch and listen to Lecrae's video for "Background" featuring Andy Mineo (C-Lite) - 3 million views and counting - the song is beautiful.