The original soundtrack to Kingdom Come, a quirky portrait of an African-American family, features songs written and produced by Kirk Franklin and performed by urban, contemporary gospel, and hip-hop stars. Franklin teams up with the critically acclaimed singer Jill Scott on the film's title track, and with the equally well-received contemporary gospel duo Mary Mary on "Thank You." Trin-i-tee's "It's Alright," AZ Yet's "Every Woman," Crystal Lewis' "Someday," and Tamar Braxton & One Nation Crew's "Try Me" are some of the other highlights from this entertaining fusion of gospel and urban styles.
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AllMusic Review by Heather Phares