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Customer Reviews

4 out of 5

32 Ratings

Sad! Very melancholy.


Gospel is the message of good news, salvation and redemption from sin.

We all know that James has had his personal challenges and he chose to pour his personal disappointment into this album.

I feel sad for everything that you've experienced and pray that those involved have forgiven you. And YES you need to forgive yourself. I just don't want to hear and entire album about it.

I Just Don't Like The Wait


I'm huprt80 on Instagram thanks for this. I'm 62 years young and no matter what may come. You Bishop William Murphy and Tasha Cobbs to name a few. Please keep music like this coming for our younger generation. I've always been around music and grew up in a different era but the message about Jesus remains the same. Thank you and I have made my purchase I totally support your ministry.

About James Fortune & FIYA

James Fortune understands that if you're going to preach redemption in the 21st century, you're going to have to make a production of it, and his albums are a bit like urban gospel hip-hop soul revues all done up in show biz style on Broadway, complete with Fortune's spoken, sung, and shouted encouragement. Fortune, who was born November 29, 1978, in Richmond, Texas, was raised in the church where his dad was a pastor, and was playing drums by the age of five. He graduated from Kempner High School in Sugar Land, Texas and then attended Cal State Northridge, and consequently became the choir director at Dimension Church in Houston. As much or more a preacher, choir leader, master of ceremonies, and a worship service manager as he is a straight-up singer, Fortune's strength is in understanding how to put gospel and praise songs over to a young 21st century audience, and with his featured choir, FIYA (which stands for Free in Yahweh's Abundance), he freely incorporates hip-hop arrangements and urban beats into his recordings, which include You Survived (2004), The Transformation (2007), Encore (2010), and Identity and Grace Gift (both released in 2012). ~ Steve Leggett

Top Songs by James Fortune & FIYA

Top Albums by James Fortune & FIYA