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Rapper Lecrae’s new album on how life shapes people

IANS | Los Angeles |

Grammy winning rapper Lecrae says his upcoming 14-track album “All Things Work Together” is a journey through chaos, hope and blessing.

Releasing on September 22, this album will be Lecrae’s Columbia Records debut featuring hits like “Blessings” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and “I’ll find you” featuring Tori Kelly, read a statement.

“It’s a journey through chaos and hope and brokenness and blessing. When you’re in the middle of the chaos, you can come to realize that it is shaping you, creating endurance. It’s knowing that the struggle can bring about a richness in character beyond all wealth. Part of the DNA of this album is the realization that all things do work together to make you into the person that you need to be,” said Lecrae.

On his eighth studio album, Lecrae enlisted a cast of multiple award winning producers, acclaimed guest artists, and impressive up-and-comers for the diverse effort, including Metro Boomin’, who produced “Hammer time” featuring 1K Phew.

Among other tracks are “Always knew”, “8:28”, and “Watchu mean” featuring Reach Records protégé Aha Gazelle.

Lecrae will head out on the All Things Work Together Tour in support of the album on October 4 in Memphis, Tennessee.

The tour includes stops in Atlanta, Boston, Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago and New York City.