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God's Property From Kirk Franklin's Nu Nation - Stomp download Performer: God's Property
Title: Stomp
Style: RnB/Swing, Gospel
Released: 1997
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1968 mb
FLAC album: 1487 mb
WMA album: 1464 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: WAV XM ASF AU AHX AC3 MP4
Genre: RAP, Hip-hop / Funk & Soul
God's Property From Kirk Franklin's Nu Nation - Stomp download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Stomp (Remix Edit W/O Kirk)
Featuring – Sheryl 'Salt' James*
4:08
2 Stomp (Remix Edit W/O Kirk & Rap) 4:08
3 Stomp (Final Mix Edit)
Featuring – Sheryl 'Salt' James*
4:12
4 Stomp (Final Mix Edit W/O Rap) 4:12

Credits

  • Co-producer – Buster & Shavoni, Kevin Bond
  • Producer – Kirk Franklin

Notes

God's Property From Kirk Franklin's Nu Nation is how the artist is actually written. The former is the choir that collaborated with the latter artist.

With Special Guest Sheryl 'Salt' James

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
INT-95559, INT 95559 God's Property From Kirk Franklin's Nu Nation God's Property From Kirk Franklin's Nu Nation - Stomp ‎(12") B-Rite Music, B-Rite Music INT-95559, INT 95559 UK 1997
IND-95544 God's Property From Kirk Franklin's Nu Nation God's Property From Kirk Franklin's Nu Nation - Stomp ‎(CD, Maxi) B-Rite Music IND-95544 Europe 1997
ZAC 219 Kirk Franklin's Nu Nation Stomp ‎(12") ZAC Records ZAC 219 Italy 1997
IND-97522 God's Property From Kirk Franklin's Nu Nation God's Property From Kirk Franklin's Nu Nation - Stomp ‎(CD, Single) B-Rite Music, Fo Yo Soul Productions IND-97522 1997
WINX 95559 God's Property Stomp ‎(12", Promo, Dis) B-Rite Music, Universal WINX 95559 UK 1997


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Comments:
Ochach
This was the first true gospel song to be aired on MTV ever, much less in heavy rotation. This was probably due largely in part to the rap performed by Salt of Salt-N-Pepa being included in the video, but I'd like to think that it's because the song is so infectious that no matter what kind of music you like, you just wanna get up and dance... cuz if you can't move to this.... you ain't got no soul!