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Christian Rap,Contemporary Christian,CCM
  • Performer:
    KB
  • Title:
    Tomorrow We Live
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Christian Rap,Contemporary Christian,CCM
  • Date of release:
    April 21, 2015
  • Duration:
    50:15
  • Size FLAC version
    1439 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1730 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1425 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    218
  • Formats:
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Tomorrow We Live is the second album by KB. Reach Records released the project on April 21, 2015.

Tomorrow We Live is the second album by KB.

Hip-Hop/Rap℗ 2015 Reach Records. Weight & Glory is the debut album of Christian hip hop artist KB, released on July 17, 2012. It is a follow up to his 2011 mixtape Who is KB?, and was highly anticipated since KB's signing to Reach Records in 2010.

Artist Info: Discography Genre(s): Hip Hop Album length: 14 tracks: 50 minutes, 16 seconds Street Date: April 21, 2015. So, what are rapheads getting with this fourteen-track ensemble? Starting off the album is "Rich Forever," a decent song that speaks about the difference between earthly and eternal riches

Album by KB. Rich Forever. Sideways (featuring Lecrae). I Believe (featuring Mattie of For Today). 9 AM). Fall in Love With You. Always & Forever. Ima Just Do It (featuring Bubba Watson). Calling You (featuring Natalie Lauren). Lights Go Out (featuring Blanca and Justin Ebach). Crowns & Thorns (Oceans). Find Your Way (bonus track).

Tomorrow We Live features the key track "I Believe," where a soccer match chant turns into an empowerment anthem for God's people, while "Rich Forever" offers eternal glory over earth-bound consumerism.

i heard his Tomorrow we live album changed my life. a father that he feels he can biologically relate to" and that's who KB is to me,the standard he has set is Jesus,you know love.

Credits

808 Guy - Vocals
808xelite - Producer
David Angell - Violin
Monisa Angell - Viola
Blair Atkinson - Composer
Gabriel Azucena - Composer
Anelisa Baliso - Vocals
Kafele Bandele - Engineer, Horn, Horn Arrangements
Blanca - Featured Artist, Vocals
Darius Michael Bryant - Composer
Kevin Burgess - Composer, Engineer, Executive Producer, Producer, Vocals
Michelle Burgess - Vocals
Tasha Catour - Vocals
Matt Crocker - Composer
David Davidson - Violin
David Davidson - String Arrangements, Violin
Kyle DenMead - Engineer
Dirty Rice - Producer
Blanca Ebach - Featured Artist
Justin Ebach - Composer, Engineer, Featured Artist, Producer, Vocals
Jeremy Ezell - Composer, Engineer, Vocals
Gawvi - Producer
Christon Gray - Vocals
John Horesco IV - Mastering
Joel Houston - Composer
Jamal James - Composer
Derek Johnson - Composer
Jamal Jones - Composer
KB - Primary Artist
KBJ - Vocals
Demonterious Lawrence - Bass
Lecrae - Featured Artist
Salomon Ligthelm - Composer
Carlton Lynn - Mixing
Kenneth Chris Mackey - Composer
Jonathan Maiocco - Engineer, Piano, Ukulele
Mnyamezeli Sylvester Maqabaza - Vocals
Mattie - Featured Artist
Alex Medina - Art Direction
Mattie Montgomery - Engineer, Featured Artist, Vocals
Lecrae Moore - Composer
Jacob "Biz" Morris - Engineer
Anelisa Motaung - Vocals
Mpax - Producer
Siphokazi Ngetu - Vocals
Noah Nwachukwu - Composer
Perfekt - Vocals
Joseph Prielozny - A&R, Composer, Engineer, Executive Producer, Guitar, Producer, String Arrangements
Alan Puac - Composer
Sari Reist - Cello
Bobby Shin - Engineer
Natalie Sims - A&R, Composer, Executive Producer, Vocals
J. Paul Sings - Vocals
Michael Stokes - Vocals
Willie Michael Stokes - Composer
Michael Stuckey - Keyboards
SUPe - Producer
Swoope - Producer
Allen Swoope - Composer
Tyshane Thompson - Composer
Trey Wadsworth - Design, Illustrations
Bubba Watson - Featured Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Rich Forever Kevin Burgess / Allen Swoope KB 3:46
2 Sideways Kevin Burgess / Jamal Jones / Kenneth Chris Mackey / Lecrae Moore / Joseph Prielozny KB 4:14
3 I Believe Blair Atkinson / Kevin Burgess / Joseph Prielozny KB 3:56
4 9 A.M. Kevin Burgess / Derek Johnson / Lecrae Moore KB 0:38
5 Fall in Love with You Kevin Burgess / Kenneth Chris Mackey / Joseph Prielozny / Natalie Sims KB 3:53
6 Always & Forever Kevin Burgess / Kenneth Chris Mackey / Joseph Prielozny / Natalie Sims KB 4:41
7 Ima Just Do It Kevin Burgess / Jamal James / Joseph Prielozny / Alan Puac / Natalie Sims KB 4:55
8 Cruising Blair Atkinson / Kevin Burgess KB 2:34
9 Calling You Kevin Burgess / Kenneth Chris Mackey / Joseph Prielozny / Natalie Sims / Tyshane Thompson KB 4:16
10 Save Me Jeremy Ezell / Kenneth Chris Mackey / Joseph Prielozny KB 0:57
11 Drowning Kevin Burgess / Jeremy Ezell / Kenneth Chris Mackey / Joseph Prielozny / Natalie Sims KB 3:26
12 Lights Go Out Kevin Burgess / Justin Ebach / Kenneth Chris Mackey / Joseph Prielozny / Natalie Sims KB 4:19
13 Crowns & Thorns (Oceans) Gabriel Azucena / Kevin Burgess / Matt Crocker / Joel Houston / Salomon Ligthelm / Tyshane Thompson KB 4:51
14 Find Your Way Darius Michael Bryant / Kevin Burgess / Noah Nwachukwu / Natalie Sims / Willie Michael Stokes KB 3:49

Flocton
A second album that succeeds the satisfyingly-good Weight & Glory, Tomorrow We Live does a good job of showcasing KB's superb talent as a rapper first and everything else second. Unlike W&G, Tomorrow We Live does stumble a bit more in the mid-section, spending a lot of time switching up the pace of things. "Fall In Love With You" sounds borderline out of place. "Cruising" draws on the sounds of old school R&B. While neither song is bad on its own, they almost don't feel like they belong on the album when you listen to the rest of what's going on here. "Sideways" is a strong statement track that features mentor Lecrae (why wouldn't he be on another Christian album? He's on the most-wanted name for an up-and-coming Christian rapper) and could have made serious waves with the right promoters behind it. Anyone who's spent time watching World Cup soccer will jive with "I Believe", which repeatedly samples a rowdy crowd chanting "I believe that we will win", a fitting theme for what KB stands for and what he's aiming to deliver through his songs. "Drowning" pulls a subtle 180, going from a trancey, chill vibe into more structured bass-heavy territory and ends up being very good. The dissonant chime-y effects really open things up in a positive way. "Lights Go Out" is your cookie-cutter top 40 pop-infused cut that KB probably hoped would offer some broader appeal to those that might be a little more resistant to hip hop. It works for the most part. For the church music veterans, the sampling of Hillsong United's "Oceans" on "Crowns & Thorns" is unexpected and awesome - never would I have expected to hear a worship-focused band have their work sampled by a hip hop artist, probably why it's so fun. While the majority of the album is strong, there are some songs that I found less interesting ("Imma Just Do It", "Find Your Way") that seemed to draw away from the otherwise good collection of songs. Oddities aside, KB shows that he's just a little push in the right direction away from eclipsing his own mentor in Lecrae and climbing hip hop charts in a very meaningful way. It's clear that whoever Lecrae hangs out with is destined to great things. Being such an impactful Christian hip hop artists, Lecrae is grooming and sharing the stage with a lot of great artists (Andy Mineo, Tedashii) and helping modernize Christian hip hop to the point where we could be hearing some of these songs at bars where most Christians may or may not ever be found. That's a very good thing since modern hip hop, while having a lot of great creativity and work put into it, is quickly becoming more okay with pushing the envelope further on average without any apologies. For all the Drakes and Kanye's, we could use a little bit of KB and Lecrae to balance out the spectrum.
Brightfury
This album is crazy. It has a ton of variety from song to song musically and lyrically. TWL has lyrics about suicide, being awesome, love, and depression. The variety does not hurt the album; if anything, it makes it interesting, memorable, and fresh. "Rich Forever" had great music, kicking off with a piano, quickly turning into a hype song with memorable lyrics. It never gets old. "Sideways" isn't as good, with crazy music and lyrics that lack in depth. It gets old. "I Believe" has an awesome chorus with hype-up lyrics, and some good wordplay. "Fall in Love With You" has good, but a little sappy lyrics. The music is unusual, especially on a rap album. I can't help love "Always Found Forever"; it sounds like it came straight out of the 80s. The darker songs on TWL are good, especially "Drowning", which is easily one of best songs on the album. Overall, this is a really good album with lots of variety that keeps it fresh.