Grammy Award winning Gospel artist, Erica Campbell has just released her new single “I Luh God”, but everyone isn’t happy about it. “Everyone doesn’t speak properly. Everyone doesn’t live in a well-maintained manicured neighborhood. People live in rough neighborhoods and they speak how they speak,” she explained during a Tom Joyner Morning Show interview.
“I Luh God” is lifted from her newest release, Help 2.0, which soared to the #1 spot on Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart. Also, the controversy-stirring single sits at #5 on the Hot Gospel Songs chart.
Like it or not, gospel fans have a major appetite for the urban musical dish Campbell is serving up in the song that is ultimately about acknowledging the goodness and blessings of a God who is worthy of our love, service and adoration.
“No matter where you are, you have to acknowledge that you’re blessed,” she said. “Everybody don’t like it. Some people are upset about it, but they’ll be alright. God don’t live in a box. Why should I?”
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