Overview 1. Interlude 2. Movin' On 3. Unconditional 4. Interlude 5. Breath Away 6. Be Like Him 7. Nobody 8. Interlude 9. Donna 10. Free 11. Interlude 12. Hands Up 13. When You Fall 14. Could've Been Me 15. Interlude: Prayer In Schools 16. Lost Hearts 17. I Can't Live Without You 18. In Your Grace
Record Label Gospocentric
Format Original recording reissued
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.5" Width: 4.8" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2001
Publisher PROVIDENT #130
ISBN 7012694262 EAN 9787012694267 UPC 757517000022
I NEVER HEARD OF THEM BUT WHEN IT SAID KIRK FRANKLIN I KNEW THAT I HAD TO BUY AND WHOLE THIS CD IS AWESOME. YOU REALLY NEED TO GET THIS ALBUM BECAUSE THESE YOUNG PEOPLE ARE ON FIRE FOR THE LORD YOU WILL BE BLESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ALL OF THE SONGS ARE FILL WITH THE HOLY SPIRIT. KIRK FRANKLIN DID AN EXCELLENT JOB ON THIS AND THIS IS WORTH HAVING. THIS ALBUM WILL BLESS YOUR SOUL EVERYTIME THAT YOU HEAR IT. KIRK IS AN AWESOME PRODUCER AND SONGWRITER. THIS IS A MUST HAVE.
1nc Jan 30, 2005
I have heard many types of songs and beats all my life, but this cd just takes my breath away. Kirk Fraklin has done it again by combining the most cultural music ever heard. I heard this cd about two years ago and it still keeps having the same power in its music and words. Trust me, you cannot go wrong with this cd. I, for one, would personally add this to any collection.
Make a joyful noise unto The Lord Jan 28, 2004
This is an anointed man of God and the group is also. Every song on this cd Kirk Franklin presents 1NC will lift up the Lord and also bless you and I mean every song. no matter what you're going through. Kirk Franklin and the family, Kirk Franklin's Nu Nation is excellent also from beginning to end and God's property as well, all need to have *****. If you want a cd that praises God and you can pump up the volume where ever you are and get your praise on then 1NC is it. I had no idea that this cd was that goooooooooooooood! I hope they make another one. Peace.
Coming Together As One Nation in Christ Sep 7, 2003
This album is amazing in every sense of music taste and lyrics. It's about not being seperated by skin color, defects and spiritual beliefs in Christianity. It's about coming together as one nation in the name of Jesus Christ. That's how the name, One Nation Crew, came to be.
The album has many different styles of music on it. It has some Club styled (Movin' On) Latin Salsa (Unconditional) Mature Pop(When You Fall) Soft Rock (Could've Been Me) Hip-Hop (Hands Up) Soul (Donna) R&B (Nobody) and Kirk Franklin even gives off he's own rap in "Nobody"
There's also some African roots on "Be Like Him" where they feature a South African group.
The lyrics all tell different stories and issues. We have the issue of God testing us (Movin' On) Knowing that He's love will always be the best to find (Unconditional) To know He takes pain away (Donna) Helps you when you stumble (When You Fall) and that Jesus deserves all the praise in the world (Hands Up)
Overall, this album has many different sounds, people of races and lyrics. One of the best of 2000. Kirk Franklin keeps it locked and presents you with...1NC!
Excellent. Jun 29, 2003
This group of young people from Texas, Kirk Franklin's new prot?g?s were always rumored to be facsimiles of the other group of young people Franklin brought to the forefront, the double platinum selling God's Property. Though there are a lot of vocal and compositional similarities between the two, considering that they both were produced by the same man, One Nation's vibe is a little different. Composed of an interracial mix of three African American women, three African American males, one Caucasian male and female and one female of Hispanic descent, 1NC, displays their music in every color of the rainbow and influences of their cultures shine through their songs. A strong Latin influence is shown in "Unconditional", with some of it's lyrics being in Spanish. Even with the language barrier Unconditional is definitely one of the hottest joints on the whole project. An international flavor shows through the Crew's first single, "Nobody", which features Franklin and lyrics in Spanish and Italian. African influence is very prevalent in "Be Like Him", an adaptation of the African folksong 'Kwase Kwabonankala'. Of course under Franklin's production there are some 'jeep joints', "Movin' On" and the blazin' "Hands Up" that will fill that prescription quite nicely. Now what's missing, an old school joint and a spiritual ballad the rousing "Breath Away" and, "Free" fulfill those needs. This album is a little different from some of Franklin's other work, but the sound manages to keep up with his consistency of excellence and thought this album is really good, I must admit, the God's Property album was a bit better.