Nashville, TN–Energetic on stage, anointed in their praise, phenomenal vocal power and amazing arrangements is just a start in describing the WORLD’S BADDEST CHOIRS (Light Records). Released on August 19, the album is filled with powerful displays of boldness and choral structure. With 12 of the freshest church-service-to-go tracks, WORLD’S BADDEST CHOIRS brings a twist to the gospel choir movement with selections from Youthful Praise featuring James JJ Hairston, James Hall and Worship & Praise, and B. Chase Williams & ShaBach.
Known for their signature praise anthems, Youthful Praise featuring JJ Hairston showcases their style with the 2005 hit, “Incredible God, Incredible Praise”. With such a mature anointing and praise and unparalleled energy they present worshipers with a closeness to God through their message.
Incorporating their East coast gospel sound with jazz and Broadway influences, James Hall and Worship & Praise lend songs such as the classic tune “King of Glory”, “Caught Up” and “He Took My Place”. With ear-grabbing vocals they engage listeners in a true worship experience.
B. Chase Williams & ShaBach stepped on the scene in 1993 and was an immediate success with “Take A Trip”, the call and response tune and title track to their first national recording. With minimal band support the focus is reliant on the choir’s talent and uniformity. With such a grand sound, a majestic overlay and a tempo comfortable to sway to, it is church service appropriate.
The three groups have garnered national attention remaining active on the Billboard charts from the very beginning of their careers. They continue to make an impact on gospel music, traditional and contemporary. A must-have for gospel choir enthusiasts, listening to this compilation is sure to impart an overwhelming sense of emotion but will definitely get you in gear for a good ole’ church service.