76 99

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76 99
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Studio album by Prodigal Son
Released June 12, 2012 (2012-06-12)
Genre Reggae, gospel
Length 1:13:26
Label Radikal Yawd/VPAL

76 99 is a studio album by the Jamaican singer Prodigal Son, released on June 12, 2012 through Radikal Yawd/VPAL.

He launched this album on June 2, 2012 at Freedom Fest in Kingston, Jamaica.[1]

After closing a distribution deal with VPAL for this album, he says "There is no limit to what we are looking at. We are at the baby stage. I give God thanks. It's a humbling experience. I hope this can open doors, not just for me, but for other Caribbean and Jamaican gospel musicians. If I represent well, then they will start looking at other people. This is definitely a good boost for my career. I am making giant steps and I thank God for this opportunity," in an interview with THE STAR.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "76 99" 2:53
2. "Hot Fi You" 3:34
3. "Wait a Bit" 2:21
4. "Bible in the Air" 3:28
5. "How We Praises" 3:36
6. "Up Up and Away" 4:42
7. "Loyalty" 3:07
8. "Rhymes" 3:07
9. "Coconut Oil" 2:36
10. "My Shoes" 4:10
11. "Push On" 3:03
12. "Jah Carry Me Over" 3:12
13. "Born in Sin" 3:06
14. "Love Me Like This" 3:56
15. "More More More" 5:05
16. "Let It Run" 4:48
17. "Heart Surgery" 4:17
18. "Date With Destiny" 2:43
19. "Living Water" 3:38
20. "Stay Right Here" 6:04
Total length: 1:13:26

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SOUND AND SUBSTANCE: Prodigal and friends electrify Freedom Fest 2012". tallawahmagazine.com. June 3, 2012. Retrieved June 11, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Major distribution deal for Prodigal Son". jamaica-star.com. May 19, 2012. Retrieved June 11, 2012. 

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