This is a great collection of B.E, Lahmon & L,C.G.F. SONGS
most of which are previously recorded songs along with a few new ones like (Lift him up, and the remixed version of Joy comes in the morning)
THE ARTIST(Minister B.E.Lahmon) is a native 47 year old of Jackson MS a city that has produced many great artists such as David Banner ,Dathan Thigpen,Vernon Moore,(The Late Rev. James Moore and many many others unlike those artist Minister Lahmon has pretty much remained low key but the message in the music will speak for itself.
A LITTLE HISTORY ABOUT SOME OF THE SONGS
THE GOSPEL TRUTH (Part 2)is song that makes a small atempt to adress the truth about some of the things that are going on in the church that the church folks never talks about but should it's somewhat of a folk/gospel song
LOOK NO FURTHER (The Rap.) The inspiration for this song came from a young rapper that goes by the stage name (Seddy Boy) Who got himself into some trouble with the law and was facing a lot of years in prison but found The Lord in the jail house and The Lord spared him of all that time that he otherwise would have served if it had not been for The Lord and he's proven to The Lord ,himself and others that he really does love The Lord and has experienced more than just jail house relegion Seddy Boy still rapps but only about The Lord and that's the true story behind this song.
AWESOME GOD (Solo) By B.E.Lahmon
Your ways are past finding out
I'll never fully understand what your love is all about
Your ways are far past finding out
And I'll never fully understand what your love is all about
All I can say is that you are an awesome God
Lord I know that you're an awesome God
You're an awesome God
Awesome in love , mercy, grace, power
You're an awesome God
JOY COMES IN THE MORNING (Remix)
Is a solo adlib version of the original song it was a real
good song to begin with but with the help of Bro. Dewyane August on the keyboard it has become an ever better song
LIFT HIM UP (By B.E. Lahmon)
Is another new song on this album ,this song has somewhat of a disco feel to it but it's not quite as bouncy as some of taday's contemporary gospel songs are this song probally could use some more vocals but the point is clearly expressed in it.