Jeep Tracks
Summer 2002

It's officially summer time!!

That means that school is out, it's time for a vacation and tons of trips to the beach. No trip is complete with those bangin' tracks for your ride.

JeepYou know the ones, those tracks that make you almost blow out your speakers and sprain your neck all at the same time!!

Well, Gospelflava.com is here to give you the Official Summer 2002 List of Bangin' Jeep Tracks that are guaranteed to keep yo' head noddin' while you rev your sanctified jeep!

  • “Open The Eyes of My Heart, Lord” Erik Augustsson lays the techno track and Hannah sings the praise on this popular melody that comes alive all over again in new ultrabeat context. Ultrabeat (E-praise).

    Freddie Colloca

    For some different taste to your jeep octane, Freddie Colloca offers a whole lot of hooks and pop-driven, soul-influenced jams.

    With strong Latin roots, this award-winning singers’ first-ever English language project fulfills jeep needs on every level, from bouncing tracks (“Unconditional Love”, “Savior My Savior”) to slower jams (“Just When I Needed You Most”), you will find Unconditional returning again and again to your CD dash machine.

  • “Dancin’ in the Son” Tonex takes you down with rejoicing grooves so hard that you’ll be hard-pressed to recover. Sir Rocdomz produces with brilliance. O2

  • “Walk on Gold” Former GP vocalist Debette Draper hits the jazzy jeep vibe with this look to heaven. Walk on Gold

  • “ I'll Serve Him” Texas is hot and so is Gary Mayes and Nu Era. Equip your vehicle with extra big tires when putting this one on, just to be safe. The N.E. X-perience Vol. 1.

  • “Better Days” The Cross Movement’s Ambassador and TRUTH hit their stride in this joyous hip hop ride from the Rock of Ages Vol. 1 compilation CD. Rock of Ages Vol. 1

  • "Mission Possible" Classic Nuwine with deep lyrics and killer track. Mission Possible.

  • "You Can" J.Moss’ razzle-dazzle with Dorinda Clark-Cole’s vocals shoot this ode about reliancy on Jesus to the furthest reaches of jeepdom. Dorinda Clark-Cole.

  • "Brand New Day" Minneapolis choir Excelsior nearly throws the jeep off the road with this funky, ‘I-feel-good’ choir jam. Soul Interpretations.

  • "Rich" Brent Jones and the TP Mobb brings a reggae feel to their laid-back Cali vibe Beautiful.

  • “Brand New Day” Mike City injects a pound of bounce on this ode from Karen Clark Sheard that pounds on chunky percussion and rivetting funky muted brass as Gospel’s most invigorating voice expesses the newness of life that Jesus brings. Karen Clark-Sheard (2nd Chance).

  • “Let It Go”. The Nureau sibling trio bring a pure pop-folk-hip-hop fusion and more with their biblically-based real life lyrics. Souljahz (The Fault Is History)

  • “Take Me To Paradise” Rain’s vocals carry the day with a high jam quotient. You’ll try in vain to sit still as Barry D. lays the tracks and the threesome look forward to heaven. Get It Right.

  • "In the Morning" Mary Mary marry melody and groove, courtesy Warryn Campbell, giving bumper to bumper jam power. Mary Mary (Incredible).

  • "Only Call On Jesus" Karen Clark Sheard sings and Missy Elliot produces as the testimony of the power of Jesus through every situation rings out loud and clear amidst phat organ and pumping rhythm. Karen Clark-Sheard (2nd Chance)

  • "Afghan Borders & Blood Stained Banners" Gibraan melds headline relevance with scripture-rooted lyrics and need we say it’s bangin’? Mockingbyrd Slang.

  • “Ain’t Nobody Better” Claude Harris II aka C. Note brings the nureau flava with Augusta, Georgia trappings on this urban trip into swirling programmed finesse. It Ain’t Over.

  • “Wait (Steet Mix)”. Fred Hammond stands behind The Singletons, guaranteeing much. The Singletons (Pour Out Your Holy Spirit).

  • “Still Alive” When the soul is sanctified, it’s truly ‘neo’, as Lisa McLendon shows on this song with ample rap from A.M.P. My Diary, Your Life.

  • “I Believe” Marvin Sapp combines a powerful word with get down funk on this massively grooved title track from his latest solo effort. I Believe.

  • “It’s All About You” Smokie Norful knows how sing, and Antonio Dixon knows how to rock the jeep with track. I Need You Now.

  • “That's Why We Die” Hot, hot, hot! This is L.G. Wise’ best work yet, due to original, crazy production by a cat named Debonair and various collaborating artists. LG outshines a platinum chain on this one. LG Wise (Me vs. The Industry)

  • “Holla” Bangin’!! The sistas hold it down on this scorchin' track featuring J.Moss from PAJAM. Trini-tee 5:7 (The Kiss)

  • "‘Bout A Thang” Sheer genius, and the video is nuts too. Go Tonex. O2.

  • “Here We Go” The single is already hitting radio, and it bodes well for the upcoming album. Caution, buy a few extra speakers for the jeep to handle this monstrous hit that Coffee and Bonafied have put out. GRITS (The Art of Translation)

  • “Hey! Christian Party (feat. Yankee)” Monty G cranks it up a few notches on this one to leave a mark as the Jamaican hype. Monty G (Revolution)

  • “Everybody” The Gospel Gangstaz and Wood. What else can be said? If 2G's are on it, it's a certified hit. Woody Rock

Also, check out these projects, each is chock full of jeep-worthy tracks:

  Pure Gospel, Pure Flava
In a compilation that was seemingly made for summer bump (and with an album title that we here at Gospelflava.com are rather partial to), Crystal Rose Records assembles a killer combo of 16 hot tracks that pump rhythm and praise... Full Review.

  Redemption Reggae Songs
Rootsy and relevant to Jesus Christ, this compilation brings together island artists with a tendency towards that laidback backbeat vibe and with a no-doubt confession of their Saviour.... Full review.

  Rock of Ages, Vol. 1
Rocksoul aimed to raise the bar and increase the credibility of Christian music. It’s mission accomplished on this joint, with hot tracks such as the hard-hitting and straightforward, “Not Worthy” by rookie rappers J-Silas and Shai Linne.... Full Review.

(You can start up the jeep now.)

— contributions from G. Bonner, S. North, D. Lacy, B. Ingram

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