Kirk Franklin Releases ‘Father’s Day’ Album

Kirk Franklin

Gospel music icon Kirk Franklin has unveiled his highly anticipated solo album titled “Father’s Day.” This release marks his first solo album since 2019 and is now available for streaming and download on all major digital platforms.

“Fathers Day” is a 10-track album, written and produced by Kirk Franklin himself. The album features a star-studded lineup of artists, including Le’Andria Johnson, Chandler Moore, Tori Kelly, Jonathan McReynolds, Jekalyn Carr, Kelontae Gavin, and Maranda Curtis. The project includes previously released singles such as “Needs,” “Try Love,” and “All Things.”

Preceding the 13th studio project of the prolific singer is a special 35-minute documentary titled “Father’s Day: A Kirk Franklin Story.” This emotionally charged narrative delves into recent events that connect Kirk Franklin to his confirmed biological father, Richard Hubbard, and highlights a heartwarming reunion with his estranged son, Kerrion Franklin.

Kirk Franklin’s illustrious career spans over three decades, during which he has achieved significant success, including 19 GRAMMY® Awards. He is celebrated as an artist, songwriter, musician, producer, and contributor to various projects in television, film, and radio.

As part of his ongoing mission to impact lives through his God-given talents, Kirk Franklin is currently on the “Reunion Tour” alongside other gospel music legends including; Tye Tribbett, The Clark Sisters, David & Tamela Mann, and Israel Houghton. The tour which commenced with an opening night on (September 28) in Bridgeport, Connecticut, will culminate in Fort Worth, Texas, on (November 24).

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