D.O.C.’s new album “The Gospel Songs” features a mix of gospel and gospel rock, with gospel songs sung by local artists like Mandy Moore and D.J. Johnson.
D.C.-area gospel artist Mandy “Mandy Moore” Moore has made a name for herself on D.U.C., a local hip-hop group.
Moore is also a member of D.W.A.A., a gospel revival group.
(Photo: Provided)Mandy’s voice on “The God Song” is powerful and beautiful.
I’m so excited to get the chance to collaborate with her on the record.
This will be the first time I’ve had the chance with her and this is really exciting for me because I’ve always been a fan of her work.
I feel like she is a leader in the genre.
She’s one of those artists that you just love to listen to.
I’ve been listening to her music for a long time, and she’s one who always makes me feel like I’m in the right place.
It’s great to have her back on the album.
“D.U.’s first album, “The Good Shepherd,” also includes gospel songs, but this time the gospel choir is featured on the title track.
Mandy’s singing voice was also a standout on “Praise for a Good Shepherd” from the first album.
The band recorded the track at D.D.’s studio in Southeast Washington.
The “The Gospels” album includes four songs: “The Savior’s Last Words,” “Lamentations of a Lost Girl,” “The Glory of Christ,” and “The Song of God.”
Each track is written by Moore, and each song is featured with a choir of local singers and instrumentalists.”
The Goresongs” features gospel vocals by Mandy.
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