Charles Jenkins never ceases to wow, and his current effort, aptly titled Praise Party, only further demonstrates his ability to create exciting music with the goal of connecting the masses to the Holy Spirit. Praise Party, a full-fledged concert, reminds us of God’s central role in our lives and how we might achieve greater heights by remaining faithful.
Jenkins gives God the honor while embracing the desired outcome of unconditional love in her reimagining of Stephanie Mills’ “Never Knew Love Could Feel Like This.” All of the features stand out in their own grand gospel heritage, and they all come together to form Charles Jenkins’ approach to sound beauty.
Charles Jenkins, a Gospel pioneer, introduces traditional praise and worship to the record while anointing it with the Holy Spirit and capturing it for the world to see via virtual eyes.
Charles Jenkins, a quintessential optimist, takes on the responsibility of lecturing on the topic of “Keep The Faith,” underlining that life is not without tragedy, drama, or remorse. Jenkins tells us that God will supply as long as we keep the faith and remove all doubt when serving Him, and that we must remove all uncertainty while serving Him.
Mr. Talkbox amplifies the very gospel essence of Charles Jenkins on “He’ll Make It Alright,” celebrating God’s capacity to change things good or bad and that he has our back in any scenario.
All in all, Charles Jenkins’ Praise Party combines a social movement from the confines of a church with spaceship proportions, traveling the gospel universe. Clearly transmitted from heaven with Charles Jenkins as its capable orator, let the fellowship say “amen” and “beam me up Jesus.”