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Life Movements

by Various Artists

This new compilation brings together the smooth sounds of the UMR recording artists. Karen Jewels, M’Caiah 'MJ Music', Aijia Waithe, Quinten ‘Q-PON’ Coblentz, and Ryan David lend their melodic voices and sound lyrics to this project with the mission of delivering a true and clear message of hope.
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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  Song Share Time Download
1. C.L.A.S.S.
Aijia Waithe & M'caiah
3:43 album only
2. Dream On
5:49 album only
3. God Over Money
Karen Jewels
4:30 album only
4. Coming to the Surface
Ryan David
4:30 album only
5. Yielded
Aijia Waithe
4:17 album only
6. Sons
Karen Jewels
3:53 album only
7. Shotgun
Quinten 'q-Pon' Coblentz
3:21 album only
8. Young
4:44 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Life is a complex fusion of many factors: relationships, dreams, principles, goals, truth. This project takes the time to explore life’s complexities and reminds us that God is at the heart of it all.

Though the message is clear, the delivery is anything but plain- LIFE MOVEMENTS brings encouragement with just the right combinations of rhythm, style and truth. Hot tracks like: ‘C.L.A.S.S.’ ( ft. Aijia Waithe and M’Caiah) and ‘Dream On’ (ft. M’Caiah) set an amazing tone for this project while vibes like ‘Coming to the Surface’ (ft. Ryan David) and ‘God over Money’ (ft. Karen Jewels) give listeners a gentle reminder of UMR’s rich history of Rhythm & Blues. UMR heads straight into one of the messiest subjects: LIFE- and, with no fear, explores its highs and its lows.



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