CeCe Winans (album)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
CeCe Winans
Studio album by Cece Winans
Released June 19, 2001
Recorded Early 2001
Genre Gospel, Hip Hop, R&B, Pop
Label Wellspring Gospel, Sparrow Records
Producer CeCe Winans (executive), Michael Blanton (executive), Tommy Sims, Robbie Buchanan, Brown Bannister
Cece Winans chronology
Alabaster Box
(1999)
CeCe Winans
(2001)
Throne Room
(2003)

CeCe Winans is the self-titled studio album by award winning gospel artist CeCe Winans. The album adopted a more urban flair to it with a mixture of Pop, R&B, and Hip Hop. The album itself did rather well. The single "Anybody Wanna Pray" included a guest appearance of the Gospel Hip Hop group GRITS. Like many urban gospel projects, the album was not without its controversy due to the use of Hip Hop and many other "urban" genres, this has been Winans' most urban album to date. Her next release, Throne Room was a much more conservative release.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Heavenly Father" Tommy Sims, C. Winans 4:22
2. Anybody Wanna Pray (featuring GRITS) Margaret Bell, Cedric Caldwell, Victor Caldwell, T. Sims 4:00
3. "Say a Prayer" Dennis Matkosky, Madeline Stone, C. Winans 4:15
4. "More Than What I Wanted" Adrian Gurvitz, Jamie O'Neal, T. Sims 3:27
5. "Looking Back at You" Adrian Gurvitz, Wendy Waldman, C. Winans 3:48
6. "More Than Just a Friend" Gerald Leon Kinchelow, Kayla Parker, Michael J. Powell 4:18
7. "No One" Antellis, Marc Anthony, Rooey 4:20
8. "For Love Alone" Adam Anders, Pamela Sheyne, C. Winans 4:59
9. "Bring Back the Days of Yea and Nay" (featuring Marvin Winans) Marvin Winans 4:51
10. "Out of My House" T. Sims, C. Winans 3:51
11. "Holy Spirit, Come Fill This Place" Hennis, Babbie Mason 5:35
12. "It's Gonna Get Better" T. Sims, C. Winans 4:01
13. "Better Place" Nee-C Wall, Nick Trevisick 4:05

Sales chart positions[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
position
U.S. Top Gospel Albums 2
U.S. Billboard 200 116
U.S. R&B Albums 48
U.S. Top Contemporary Christian 2