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KIRK FRANKLIN WINS WITH LOVE

In honor of Kirk Franklin's Long Live Love—which debuted #1 on the Christian & Gospel chart and #20 overall—the gospel icon's label partners gathered after choir practice for their Nashville super-group, Eat, Pray, Love.

Seen before drawing straws over who got to tell Franklin he'd be appearing on our unholy website are (l-r) Fo Yo Soul President Ron Hill, Provident Music Group CEO/President Terry Hemmings, Kirk Franklin, Sony Music Nashville CEO Randy Goodman and RCA Inspiration SVP/GM Phil Thornton

 

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