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Perry is Raining Hallelujah on New CD
By Lourdes Santiago
BOSTON--Church people often call them “PKs,” which stands for preacher’s kids. They can often be a special breed of youngsters—spoiled or anointed—because of their vast knowledge and experience gained from spending so much time in the church and having the tutelage of their pastor parent.
Singer Bobby Perry of Rain is one of those “PKs.” He is carrying on the tradition of his minister father who taught him the ropes about the gospel and how to communicate it through both his faith and music.
Bishop Perry & RAIN celebrated the upcoming release of his sophomore CD, “Conquerors,” last month on Easter Sunday in Boston. The album itself is scheduled to be released on June 21.
Perry and RAIN, which stands for Royal Agents Influencing Nations, have been together for 11 years. Their first recording was called “All About You,” which was released in 2006. Today, they are back with a new sound and image—featuring Baltimore-based singers Jason Nelson and Natalie Wilson. The album’s first single, “Say Yeah,” is already climbing the gospel charts.
“I love this record,” said Perry. “It’s fun and exciting, but it also has break-through songs that create an atmosphere of praise and worship, and most of, if not all of the songs, speak to the conquering nature of the Christian believer.
“The production and the music are great,&...Read More