When Alex Faith told Rapzilla in October that Collision Records would release “a lot” more music in 2015, he wasn’t exaggerating.

Less than three weeks after Faith dropped his sophomore album on Collision, Bloodlines, Dre Murray announced his sophomore album on the label, 34, would come out on Nov. 27.

Less than a month later, Collision’s newest signee, Corey Paul, will put out his label debut album, Today, Tomorrow, Forever, on Dec. 18, according to Collision.

“The album is best explained by asking a question: What if today was your tomorrow and tomorrow was your forever; how would you live?” Paul said.

“Corey grew up in a neighborhood where people felt like they were born on the bottom, and would therefore latch onto anything that looked like success or purpose — even if that were in the form of drugs, sex or gangs,” a press release read. “Corey’s hope is to give them better hope in the promised eternity we have in Jesus.”

Since Paul signed with the label, he released music videos for his songs “Momma We Made It” and “Tear It Up”, as well as joined Faith, Murray and Swoope as the collective W.L.A.K. on “Too Easy”.

Today, Tomorrow, Forever Tracklist
1. 100 in the Summer
2. Momma We Made It
3. Top Rope (feat. Derek Minor)
4. Come Back Home (feat. J Paul)
5. My Line (feat. Bruce Takara)
6. Tear it Up
7. Die At the Top
8. Today, Tomorrow, Forever (feat. Swoope & Jordan Jones)
9. Real Live Forever
10. Live to See Forever

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