Hip hop artists Lecrae, Andy Mineo and 116 are teaming up again this year to re-release an ultimate Christmas album titled The Gift that will feature three new tracks.
The record was released last year, but Reach Records added performances from three new artists including Wande, the first female signed to their roster, according to the Christian Post. Hollyn, Andy Mineo and GAWVI also make an appearance with new features.
“We wanted to give Christmas a new feel while maintaining the integrity of our faith in the content of the records,” said Marcus Hollinger, vice president of marketing at Reach Records, to The Christian Post. “If you caught the release last year, you’re in for a real treat since we’ve added new voices and a visual experience to take it to another level.”
The re-touched versions of traditional Christmas songs include “Silent Night,” “Noel,” and “We Three Kings.” The album has already released and was ranked at No. 13 on iTunes Christian Albums Chart last year.
Fans can also watch music videos from live studio recordings as well. Below are all the tracks on The Gift.
O’ Come by 116 ft. Tedashii, Cass, NOBIGDYL
This Christmas by 116 ft. Jaylon Ashaun, Jon Keith, Evan and Eris
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