This is the fourth gospel reggae album from Osmond Collins. On this clever project, Osmond further cements his position as one of the world's foremost purveyors of contemporary gospel reggae.
Osmond Collins is a seasoned artist who has shared the stage with such distinguished performers as Natalie Cole, Rick James, and Stevie Wonder. In 1987, after a very successful secular career, Collins decided to turn down a substantial recording contract with MCA records to pursue a Christian music career. Born in Jamaica and now living abroad, Collins has traveled the world as an ambassador for Christ in Word and song, and has regularly played in Europe, parts of Africa, the West Indies, and the United States.
On this recording, Collins once again reunited with premier UK Christian gospel producer Tony Rich at Jet Star's own Cave Studios (the same scenario that brought forth award-winning albums like "Walk the Walk" and "Do It Again").
UK pastor Bishop Wayne Malcolm is a featured guest on this album. Also included on the CD is Collins' "Even Walk", the Southern gospel standard popularized by Jamaica's Grace Thrillers.
On this project, Collins delivers a collection of song lyrics that is as irresistible as it is spiritually uplifting.