12 Songs, 40 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

choir ,

I’m a little disappointed that the very best

I am a ride or die Joshuas Troop fan since day one and I love all of their albums especially the first two but the last one that just came out I think they tried to hard to be like new artist of today it’s OK to be fresh it’s OK to do new things and bigger things but do you guys need to keep your signature Chicago sound there were a couple of songs that struck my attention that I liked but overall as a fan Chicago gospel and boy productions family all the artist. I’m a say this project is very disappointing to me because I am a Joshua Troop new direction Chicago mass etc. etc. fan. However with that being said I do like the album cover I do like the look is very up-to-date and it’s fresh but don’t lose your sound

Ken Barry ,


I love the song and video of “Another Chance”. This album is going to be amazing! Go Troop! Can’t wait!!!

About Joshua's Troop

A Chicago-based gospel youth choir, Joshua's Troop blend contemporary urban R&B and soul sounds with traditional gospel styles. Founded by Pastor Clay Evans and his successor at the Fellowship Methodist Baptist Church of Chicago, Pastor Charles Jenkins, the aim of the choir was to focus on their younger teenaged churchgoers. Often referred to as Moses (Evans) and Joshua (Jenkins) by its congregation, the group eventually took the name Joshua's Troop in honor of Jenkins and released its self-titled debut album in 2000. A second album, Project Youth, followed in 2004. By 2007 the group was under the direction of brothers Percy and Jeral Gray, both of the gospel group New Direction. The third Joshua's Troop album, JT3, arrived later that year, followed in 2010 by Troop Nation. ~ Timothy Monger

Chicago, IL