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God’s Property

A self-contained metropolitan gospel choir and music group, God’s Home was founded in 1992 in Dallas, Tx by Linda Ray Hall-Searight who, along with her boy Robert Sput Searight, assembled the initial music artists and singers and groomed them right into a powerful, professional executing ensemble. The choir started a link with Kirk Franklin in 1993, and made an appearance on his 1995 Whatcha Searching 4 record. Franklin then created (along with Scott “Shavoni” Parker, Buster Connection, and Kevin Connection) the choir’s 1997 record God’s Home from Kirk Franklin’s Nu Country, which continued to earn a Grammy Prize for Greatest Gospel Choir or Chorus Record in 1998. The record, driven by the air strike “Stomp,” marketed some 2.7 million copies and sat in the Billboard gospel chart for 71 weeks, as well as crossed over onto the secular chart lists, finding yourself the highest-charting crossover gospel record in history.

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