Lecrae Featured On New Spider-Man Game Soundtrack

Marvel Music announces the digital release of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Original Video Game Soundtrack, featuring a score by Emmy-nominated composer John Paesano (“Penny Dreadful: City of Angels,” “Maze Runner” trilogy), and 3 new original songs: “Where We Come From” and “This is My Time” both by Lecrae, plus “I’m Ready” by Jaden Smith. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is developed by Insomniac Games and launches for the PlayStation 5 (PS5™) and PlayStation 4 (PS4™) systems on Nov. 12.

Paesano recorded the score at Ocean Way Studios (Nashville, Tennessee) and AIR Studios (London, United Kingdom), with production and remixing by Grammy-winning producer Boi-1da (Drake, Eminem, Rihanna).

The album features 16 score tracks, plus three new original songs. The songs “Where We Come From” and “This is My Time” are both by Grammy-winning Reach Records artist Lecrae (Moore). Both tracks were co-written by Moore and Matthew Samuels (Boi1-da). The acclaimed artist recently released Restoration, his 7th studio album, and Columbia Records debut.

“I’m Ready” is performed by Jaden Smith and was written by Smith, Omarr Rambert, and Josiah Bell. Smith recently released his third studio album, CTV3: Cool Tape Vol. 3, which features “Cabin Fever” and “Falling For You (with Justin Bieber).

The soundtrack is available now to stream.

Lecrae Goes On A “Self-Discovery” With New Album, Book & Video Series

With his 9th studio album, Restoration, the book I Am Restored, How I Lost My Religion but Gained My Faith, and 3 part YouTube video narrative, The Road To Restoration, out now, Lecrae takes an even deeper journey into the Restoration ecosystem with “Self Discovery,” the 6th single released from the album.

During his VEVO Ctrl.At.Home Live Session, filmed at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, GA, he reflected on the personal restoration journey that had him questioning his faith. “I went through a mental, emotional, and spiritual breakdown that took me off solid ground. It was on “Self Discovery that I realized that my relationship with God needed to be just that, relational! It really wasn’t my devotion to God that got me where I am, but his devotion to me.”

On “Self Discovery,” Lecrae continues the very personal journey he embarked on two years ago when he discovered through AncestryDNA’s historic research that his grandmother was enslaved at nine years old and was likely taken from the Democratic Republic of Congo. In a 2018 social post, he shared a scan of the U.S. Census Ledger of “Slave Inhabitants,” from a county in Arkansas dated September 25, 1860 which included the names of the slave owners as well as the number of people they enslaved.

On “Self Discovery,” he grasps for an even deeper understanding of his family history, the scars that remain from post-traumatic slave syndrome (P.T.S.S.) and his commitment to break through the intergenerational trauma. The lyrics: “I Got P.T.S.D. running through me from kinfolk…Self-discovery help to uncover me. Help me to understand who I’m supposed to be…and I finally get to understand what a man is, when he at his godliest,” reveal another layer from the poignant conversation that Lecrae had with his father in The Road To Restoration video series. “My whole life I wanted him to come rescue me, be a superhero, be ‘daddy’, tell me how to be a man, teach me to tie a tie. I wanted it, but never got it. I could be angry. But I decided I just want to see this man before he passes and let him know, Hey, you failed but it’s okay. My spiritual Father is helping me turn tragedy and trauma into triumph! If God is big enough to forgive him, then I can do the same.”

Just being a young black man who was fatherless, lived in a disenfranchised community, Lecrae has been restored to understand that his worth and value is not grounded in where he came from or what’s happened to him. “I’ve been made whole through spiritual Restoration, through my faith in God, and recognize that I have infinite purpose and worth. Through the process of therapy, friends, and family, I have been restored to a healthier mindset. To go from that 14-year kid who dreamed of becoming a business leader, activist, philanthropist, thought leader and influencer in society and culture, is a indication of how I’ve been restored and a testimony to God’s presence in my life.”

If you’re in need of a Restoration or trying to connect the different pieces in your life, pick up the albumbook, and watch The Road To Restoration! Follow Lecrae’s Restoration Bible Plan and take a step inside his personal reflection on Restoration where he shares insights on developing deeper intimacy with God in the midst of pain and brokenness.

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Lecrae Plans Virtual Album Release Party September 3

Grammy Award winner Lecrae has been gearing up for the launch of his 9th studio album, Restoration, coming August 21st on Reach Records. He recently announced plans for a virtual album release party on September 3rd at 8:30pm ET. The live event will be hosted on the Set.Live platform with ticket prices ranging from $10 “general admission” to $125 for VIP options.

In support of the release, Lecrae has dropped three singles thus far, “Set Me Free,” features YK Osiris (produced by GAWVI), “Deep End,” (produced by Anthony Gardner). A highlight of the album is the latest single, “Drown” featuring John Legend (producers Danny Majic, DJ Frank E, and Ace Harris).

Lecrae is also releasing a documentary called Restoration and his second book, I Am Restored: How I Lost My Religion, But Found My Faith, a follow-up to his New York Times best-seller, Unashamed.

Lecrae Reveals Plans To Retire From Music

Hip hop artist Lecrae’s upcoming album, Restoration may be his last album. Lecrae talks about his retirement in a recent  Rapzilla’s “Community During Chaos” Instagram live session on Tuesday alongside artists Coop and CJ Luckey.

Towards the end of Lecrae‘s interview with our Editor-in-Chief, Justin Sarachik, Lecrae stated that ‘Restoration’ might be his last album. “Restoration, I mean, honestly, everybody says it’s the best album ever made, but this is for real. And this might be it for me,” Lecrae told Rapzilla. “I mean I’ll probably do some mixtapes, but I don’t know if I’m making another full-featured album.”

He added that the project is the best he has ever made as it is deeply personal and that he’ll probably make a final Church Clothes mixtape but then “close that chapter” and allow “the new blood” (referring to the next generation of artists) to come.

“It’s a younger generation right now man, so you know, I feel like I may give them another Church Clothes and close a chapter out,” he said. “There’s some new blood out here and I just want the new blood to come and do their thing. So Restoration feels like, ‘Yo, here it is.’ I don’t know [but] that’s how I’m feeling.”  

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Lecrae’s ‘Restoration’ Album Release Date, Cover & Tracklisting Revealed

Lecrae about to drop his 9th studio album, Restoration, August 21st on Reach Records. The album features artists across all genres including John Legend, Kirk Franklin, YK Osiris, Jozzy, Dani Leigh, Marc E. Bassy, BJ The Chicago Kid and more.

“Restoration is coming! There is healing on this album, but you have to be willing to admit you’re broken in order to be healed,” Says Lecrae.

In support of the release, Lecrae has dropped three singles: the first “Set Me Free,” features YK Osiris (produced by GAWVI), followed by “Deep End,” (produced by Anthony Gardner). A highlight of the album is the new single, “Drown” ft. John Legend (producers Danny Majic, DJ Frank E, and Ace Harris). “I’m excited for you to hear Drown ft my brother, John Legend. We labored on this one. Even after the initial session we jumped on FaceTime to tweak it. The man is as equally talented as he is humble. His gift and passion bleed thru this song.”

Lecrae is also releasing a documentary also called “Restoration” and his second book, “I Am Restored: How I Lost My Religion, But Found My Faith”, a follow-up to his New York Times best-seller, “Unashamed”.


  1. Restore Me
  2. Set Me Free ft. YK Osiri
  3. Wheels Up ft. Marc E. Bassy
  4. Over the Top
  5. Self Discovery
  6. Deep End
  7. Drown ft. John Legend
  8. Saturday Night ft. Jozzy
  9. Sunday Morning ft. Kirk Franklin
  10. Zombie
  11. Keep Going
  12. Still ft. DaniLeigh
  13. Only Human ft. BJ the Chicago Kid
  14. Nothing Left to Hide ft. Gwen Bunn

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