Various Artists
WOW Gospel 2011

Get Ready to recap one of the most prolific and game changing years in Gospel Music! WOW Gospel 2011 compilation is full of new and emerging artists as well as veterans, which has created a wonderful blend of contemporary and traditional gospel music. This year's compilation gives you 30 tracks of hits and fan favorites.

The chart topping beautiful ballads such as: "He Wants It All" by Forever Jones, "I Give Myself Away" by William McDowell, and the "Rebuild (remix) by J.Moss, are all CD featured. Those contemporary hard hitting favorites like: "God In Me" by Mary Mary, "Prayed Up" by Karen Clark Sheard, "Awesome God" by Fred Hammond, and "Love Like Crazy" by Kierra Sheard, are also featured so you get can get your groove on as this musical experience flows.

On the traditional side, favorites such as "How I Got Over" by Vickie Winans, Byron Cage's, "I Can't Hold It" and , "I'll be Up There" by The Mighty Clouds of Joy pay homage to the traditional sounds of Gospel which have paved the way for the fresh sound that is emerging.

Since its debut in 1998, this compilation series has proven to be the power house disc of the year. The success of the disc can be attributed to its ability to connect with people all over the world and bring them their favorite Gospel hits.

The 2011 set brings out songs such as "Hide Me" by Kirk Franklin, "Just Love" by Brian Courtney Wilson, and "Everywhere That I Go" by Israel Houghton, all of which were songs that, while not leading singles, stood out on their respective albums.

Keeping with WOW's tradition, we are opened up to the new sound of Lecrae, who made history this year in terms of Hip Hop Gospel.

This album will prove to be like many of its predecessors. It will become the CD set that stays in the car, is loaded on the iPod and is given to many as a gift. WOW Gospel 2011 truly is the ultimate collection of Gospel Music, guaranteed to uplift, encourage, and inspire.

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Production: Various
album release date: Feb 1, 2011
Zomba Gospel

— reviewed by Martin Williams and Nakiyah Hayling

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