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Tobymac Momentum CD

Tobymac Momentum CD

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Sealed. Comes in Jewel Case.

01. Get This Party Started
02. What's Goin' Down
03. Irene
04. Toby's Mac
05. J Train (Featuring Kirk Franklin)
06. Do You Know
07. Tru - Dog
08. Momentum
09. Yours
10. Quiet Storm
11. Wonderin' Why
12. Somebody's Watching
13. Triple Skinny
14. Love Is In The House
15. Extreme Days
16. Don't Bring Me Down
17. In The Air
18. Afterward
When tobyMac first threw down the gauntlet with the release of his debut solo album, Momentum, last Fall, it wasn't so much a brazen hip-hopper's boast as it was a leap of faith. He trusted that any attention he'd be getting would be for where he was going, not for where he'd already been. He made it clear from the get-go there would be no resting on laurels for him on this journey. It was full steam ahead with no looking back. "I'm a man on a mission," he declared on the title track. "My position is momentum." Let it be said that tobyMac "aka Toby McKeehan" is a man true to his words. "It still amazes me that I could dream this thing up, and people react to it," he says. "When I started, I didn't know what to expect, you never know how people will react to a song, an album. It's always fulfilling to have people connect with your music, to have people respond and be passionate about it or moved by it." And respond people have. From the lead single, "Extreme Days", a relentlessly aggressive rap-rock juggernaut that came on "like a whirlwind," ruling the CCM Update Rock charts for a record ten weeks. Soon after came a second chart-topper, "Somebody's Watching," an irresistible fusion of hip-hop and R&B built around an inspired sampling of Rockwell's 1984 smash, "Somebody's Watching Me." A third single, "Irene," may prove to be the biggest yet, though no chart position could compare with the feedback tobyMac has already heard from his fans on the inspirational, reggae and Spanish guitar-inflected R&B jam. "I've been told directly by people it's affected them, because it's about anyone who feels they've failed their friends, their family, their God, and I think everybody can relate to that," he says. "It's feeling like you failed and then somebody whispering words of love into your ear, expressing their belief in you."