Jackie Hill Perry ‘The Art of Joy’ Album Tracklisting & Release Date Revealed

Jackie Hill Perry, a Humble Beast Records’ recording artist, has revealed the details for her upcoming debut album The Art of Joy set to release November 04, 2014.

“One of the biggest songs of 2014 is accompanied by a 24-hour music video which professes happiness over 21,000 times (we did the math). The success of this song proves what we already know… people just want to be happy. Humble Beast Artist, Jackie Hill Perry, unpacks this desire and makes us question our motivations on her debut album “The Art of Joy”.

Although she is known for her powerful spoken word poetry, Jackie’s foray into the world of Hip-Hop shows her work to be equally formidable. Tracks like “Miss Fearful” and “Dead Preacher” highlight her cohesive storytelling abilities, all the while dissecting and exposing the condition of the human heart. Other tracks like “The Solution” and “Get There” call attention to her masterful manipulation of multiple syllable structure and rhythmic cadences.

“The Art of Joy” is an album that will call you to introspection, reflection, and worship. Jackie Hill Perry’s thoughtfully painted portrayal of the Gospel directs the listener to seek out joy that is not dependent on our circumstances, but what Christ has accomplished on our behalf.”

Pre-order on iTunes

1. The Argument
2. Educated Fool
3. Better (feat. JGivens & Natalie Lauren)
4. Miss Fearful
5. The Solution (feat. Eshon Burgundy)
6. Dead Preacher
7. Where’s Love? (feat. John Givez)
8. I Just Wanna Get There
9. Ode To Lauryn
10. Suffering Servant
11. The Art of Joy

*Note: the album cover shown appears to be only for iTunes release, and not the official album cover.

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