Redemption (GRITS album)

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Studio album by GRITS
Released November 21, 2006
Genre Southern hip hop
Length 46:04
Label Gotee Records/5e Entertainment
Producer Ghost, T-Boogie, Snuck D, Teron Carter, Mo Henderson, Nyse, Form, Rio, GRITS
GRITS chronology
Heeyy EP
Ooh Ahh EP

Redemption is the eighth studio album released by American Southern rap duo GRITS for the CCM market. It was co-produced by GRITS.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Producer(s) Feature guest(s) Time
1 "We Workin" Kene "Ghost" Bell 4:13
2 "Holla @ Ya" Kene "Ghost" Bell, Co-produced by T-Boogie 4:27
3 "Heyyy" Matthew "Snuck D" Johnson 3:46
4 "Tight Wit These" Teron "Carterboy" Carter, Co-produced by Mo Henderson IZ 4:56
5 "Soul Cry" Anthony "Nyse" Johnson Jr. Brittany Waddell 3:26
6 "Ambitions" Kene "Ghost" Bell Canibus 4:36
7 "You Said" Matthew "Snuck D" Johnson Pigeon John, Btwice 4:37
8 "We Ride" Ric "Form" Robbins 3:50
9 "Memories" Anthony "Nyse" Johnson Jr. 3:24
10 "Open Bar" Anthony "Nyse" Johnson Jr. Pigeon John 4:55
11 "Right Back" Mario "Rio" Moore Brittany Waddell 3:55


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Rapzilla 4/5 stars[1]

Redemption has fared well with Christian critics, who have said that while clichéd [1] and lacking substance [2] [3], it offers musically enjoyable songs. Another common complaint is its abundance in synthesized beats. Jesus Freak Hideout called it "mediocre" and originally rated it 2.5, but later raised its rating to 3.


In 2008, the album was nominated for a Dove Award for Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year at the 39th GMA Dove Awards. The song "Open Bar" was also nominated for Rap/Hip-Hop Recorded Song of the Year.[2]