The Yearbook

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Yearbook
Studio album by KJ-52
Released April 2007
Genre Christian hip hop
Length 73 Minutes
KJ-52 chronology
KJ-52 Remixed
(2006)
Yearbook
(2007)
Five-Two Television
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Jesus Freak Hideout (?)[1]
Rapzilla 4/5 stars[2]

The Yearbook is the fifth studio album by rapper KJ-52.

The Special Edition DVD includes a Making Of documentary and the five videos he made released before the release of The Yearbook, including KJ-52, Behind the Musik, Life After Death, I Can Call On You, and Revenge of the Nerds.

The song "Wake Up" peaked at #13 on ChristianRock.net.

"You're Gonna Make It" was featured on the CBS crime drama Cold Case in the episode "It Takes a Village."

"Do Yo Thang" and "Fanmail" both have music videos available on KJ's site.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Jonah Sorrentino except where noted. 

Album release
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Will You Ever Know?"     4:13
2. "Do Yo Thang"     4:00
3. "You'll Never Take Me Down" (featuring Kevin Young of Disciple) Sorrentino, Kevin Young 4:05
4. "Do You Got That?"     3:31
5. "It Ain't Easy"     3:02
6. "Push Up"     3:48
7. "I Won't Ever Stop" (featuring Goldinchild) Sorrentino, Eric Lautenbach 3:43
8. "Fanmail"     5:19
9. "You Can Still Come Back"     3:13
10. "Can I Be Honest?"     4:06
11. "Pump That"     2:45
12. "5 Minutes (In the Garden)"     4:06
13. "Daddy's Girl" (featuring Liquid)   4:16
14. "Wake Up" (featuring Toby Morrell of Emery) Sorrentino, Toby Morrell, Aaron Sprinkle 2:57
15. "Say What Ya Want"     4:35
16. "You're Gonna Make It" (featuring Blanca Reyes of Group 1 Crew)   3:47
17. "You Hang Up First"     4:14
18. "Always Here for You" (featuring Liquid) Sorrentino, Victor Oquendo  
19. "Take Every Part of Me" (featuring Ayiesha Woods)   3:57
Total length:
73:22

Awards[edit]

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 "Wake Up" was also nominated for Rap/Hip-Hop Recorded Song of the Year.[3]

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