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Spirited power-pop ballads from the American Idol alum.

Customer Reviews

All the feels

This album is giving all the right combination of power, funk, and pop, but maintains sincerity in the lyrics and the bite of the vocal! I'm sure I'll have this on repeat for a while.

Excited for New Album

I think Danny Gokey is one of the best artists out there and am so excited to see that he has a new album coming out! I heard "Rise" on the radio a few weeks ago, and just LOVE the lyrics and music .. he has great range with his voice and his songs are very inspirational ... the 2 "teaser" tracks are great!!!

TOO GOOD

It's not just music, this is another great piece of art from Gokey..

Biography

Born: April 24, 1980 in Milwaukee, WI

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although he largely stuck to gospel and soul music during his time on American Idol, Danny Gokey transformed himself into a country artist following the show's conclusion. Born on April 24, 1980, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he was raised in a large family and began singing during weekly church services. Gokey's interest in religion and music continued to shape his adolescence, and he became the music director of Faith Builders International Ministries during his mid-twenties. Meanwhile, he married his...
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Rise, Danny Gokey
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Christian & Gospel, Music, Gospel
  • Released: Jan 13, 2017

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