You’re probably not supposed to slow twerk (or body roll) to Gospel but many will to these sanctified
panty droppers slow jams. All you’d need to do is replace “Jesus” with your boo’s name and most would qualify for your grown-up time playlist. It may not seem right, but God knows your heart.
Here are the ten best Gospel slow jams. Take a look.
Kim Burrell “Pray For Love” –
That awkward moment when pure lust and sinful desires fill your soul while listening to Gospel. Celibate? Prayer for self-control before and after playing this is recommended. Lusty? Proceed with caution.
Canton Jones “Heaven” –
If R. Kelly were a Gospel artist, he’d be Canton Jones—King of Gospel R&B—who makes quality slow grind anthems for the sensual and saved. Google him. Then laugh.
Deitrick Haddon “Climax (Gospel Remix)” –
“When I think of Climax I think about the highest place you can reach and that’s God’s presence” – Deitrick Haddon. No, seriously. This…happened.
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Trin-I-Tee 5:7 “God’s Grace” –
Destiny’s Child baptized is Trin-I-Tee 5:7, who make new-age Gospel for holy hoodrats who wear catsuits to church. Slightly less ratchet than Mary Mary, they’ll always be known for this timeless record.
Dawkins & Dawkins “Need To Know” –
We doubt liturgical twerk teams exist, but if they did, this would be an excellent song to slow twerk to during Praise & Worship service. Just sayin.
William Becton & Friends “Be Encouraged” –
Your mama has body rolled to this in her finest church hat and will never admit it. Only her and God know the truth.
Kelly Price “Healing (For My Soul)” –
This was originally an interlude on Kelly’s debut R&B album “Soul of a Woman” before she escaped Mr. Biggs, found the Lord and remixed it into a Gospel record. Either way, it works beautifully.
KiKi Sheard “Teach Me” –
Perfect record to replace “Lord” with “[Insert boo’s name here].” Teach me…Jesus? KiKi ain’t slick.
Tye Tribbett “Superstar” –
You could slide this incredibly-soulful record between Musiq, Bilal and D’angelo slow jams on the lowest of lows and no one would notice.
Yolanda Adams “Open My Heart” –
“Alone in a room…it’s just me and you?” Yolanda ain’t slick either. We’ve all seen that lusty glimmer in her eyes during the BET Awards.