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My man Curtis “Voice” Allen has a new cd about to drop on May 28th.  It’s called “Christ the King.”  Check it out.

Check out this track, “Black Church/White Church.”  I’m digging the message:

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You can find a video and lyrics to “Black Church/White Church” here.

Also, the album includes the track “Whatever It Takes,” a song Voice completed for Josh Harris’ new book, Dug Down Deep.  Here’s the video for that track:

Pick up the entire album at Amazon.

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4 thoughts on “Christ the King: A New CD from Voice”

  1. vick damone says:

    This track is legit. Really impressed with both the quality and the content. Hoping this project draws people deeper in Christ.

  2. Really feeling that track. Great message (and a great beat behind it too – that always helps!)

  3. Gilbert Eastlan says:

    Voice I have been consistently buying your music since The Crucible now your fourth CD Christ The King is magnificent and fantastic like I told Lamp Mode Records when I was commenting on The Church CD Voice you are one of the reasons why I buy CHRISTian Rap. My favorite Record Labels are Lamp Mode Records and Christcentric so Voice that should let you know that since atleast to my knowledge you and B-Morr are still aphiliates of Christcentric that you are two of my favorite Rappers as well. I mean I want to here JESUS CHRIST all the time so CHRIST THE KING for me was like me being a kid in the candy store GREAT.

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Thabiti Anyabwile is a pastor for Anacostia River Church in southeast Washington, DC and a council member of The Gospel Coalition.

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