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Sacred Love Songs 2 Debuts May 31


Dallas, TX -GRAMMY® Award winner T.D. Jakes’ record label Dexterity Sounds will release Sacred Love Songs 2, the second installment of the Sacred Love Songs series, on May 31, 2011. The complication album was inspired by the film Jumping the Broom (Tri-Star/Columbia Pictures), which is now the number one comedy in the nation after opening in theaters on May 6.


The album features romantic love songs that pair talented gospel, R&B and pop music artists who perform new songs and classic hits.  Artists include: T.D. Jakes, Joe, Karen Clark Sheard, Kirk Whalum, El DeBarge, Bishop Paul Morton, Fred Hammond, Ledisi, Micah Stampley, Crystal Aikin, Terry Thomas and Anaysha Figueroa. The album is the first joint venture between Universal Christian Music Group, T.D. Jakes and Dexterity Sounds.


Sacred Love Songs 2 features 12 songs plus spoken words from T.D. Jakes that encourage couples to love each other as instructed by the Bible.


“The intent behind Sacred Love Songs 2 is to draw hearts back to love as God intended. Consider Song of Solomon in which the Bible poignantly displays romance from a biblical perspective. It is the common language of romance that links film and music together, which is why the film Jumping the Broom helped to inspire a new Sacred Songs album,” said T.D. Jakes, executive producer of the album and founder and senior pastor of The Potter’s House church in Dallas.


Originally released by Kirk Franklin in 1997, the lead single Love on Sacred Love Songs 2 is re-mastered and sung by Anaysha Figueroa and also features T.D. Jakes. The artist Joe reached #2 on Urban Adult Contemporary radio’s Most Added Track for the single Closer, featured on Sacred Love Songs 2. El DeBarge lends his single How Could You Love Me from his solo project Second Chance. Fred Hammond sings My Lady & Myself, while Micah Stampley covers Brian McKnight’s Back At One. BET’s Sunday Best first season winner Crystal Aikin contributes her new track Just Take My Heart to the project. T.D. Jakes and Cedric Caldwell are the album’s executive producers.


For more information about Sacred Love Songs 2 visit dexteritysounds.com

For more information about Jumping the Broom visit jumpingthebroom-movie.com


About TDJ Enterprises

Bishop T. D. Jakes is a charismatic leader, visionary, provocative thinker, and entrepreneur who serves as the senior pastor of the 30,000-member church The Potter’s House located in Dallas.  Under the T.D.J. Enterprises umbrella, a for-profit organization, are film, music, bestselling books, and other products helping disseminate a faith-based message to a wide audience.  Visit http://tdjakes.com for more information.

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