Christian rapper Lecrae has confirmed that his fifth studio album to be titled Gravity will be released in the fall of this year, according to a report on Rapzilla.com.
The emcee had a short interview with The Christian Post at this year's GMA Dove Awards and informed us that he plans to drop his next record in September. Lecrae left the show winning two awards including Hip Hop Song of the Year with "Hallelujah" and Hip Hop Album of the year with The Overdose.
Along with dropping his next album, Lecrae will embark on the Unashamed Tour around that time.
The rapper will also release his first mixtape titled "Church Clothes" that will be hosted by Affiliate's DJ Don Cannon on May 10.
This year has been one of major recognition for the Reach Records artist, who appeared on the BET Hip Hop Awards in the famous freestyling exhibition that featured some other popular secular hip hop artists including Eminem, Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes, Ludacris and Wale.
Lecrae also appeared on DJ Statik Selektah's album Population Control that was released earlier this year in a song called "Live and Let Live." He also is set to collaborate with other hip hop artists including 9th Wonder, Murs and Dee-1 sometime before the end of the year.
The emcee performed alongside some hip hop legends and underground sensations including the Wu Tang Clan, Dipset, Brother Ali, Mac Lethal, Boot Camp Clik and Macklemore at this year's Paid Dues independent hip-hop festival that took place on April 7.
He also received some acclaim from overnight NBA New York Knicks sensation Jeremy Lin, who stated that Lecrae was an artist that a frequently listens to while preparing for a game.