The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir: ‘Pray’ album review
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The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir: ‘Pray’ album review

Each release is a milestone when you’re the most well known artist within a category, and it’s hard to argue that there isn’t a more established outfit more than the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. After six Grammys and four million albums sold, the powerful and popular group is back with Pray, a surprisingly diverse release that includes the typical swaying ballads like “All Because of Him” alongside Celtic songs like “Praise Him.” With 14 new songs, BTC fans will be moved by the scope and sound of Pray.


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