Dc Talk

Ranked #82 on the list Best Christian Rap Music of All Time

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About Dc Talk

DC Talk is the first studio album released from vocal trio DC Talk. It is the most hip hop-oriented of all of their albums as each later album gradually progressed into a more rock-centered sound. Michael Tait stated that their original goal for the album was to sell 10,000 units. It sold 7,142 units in 1989. After their popularity spiked with the release of Free At Last, back sales increased although it is the only of their studio album to not reach RIAA gold status (500,000 units sold). DC Talk (consisting of Toby McKeehan, Michael Tait, and Kevin Max) signed their initial record deal with ForeFront Records in January 1989, along with Vic Mignogna and Mike Valliere. In the long-from video Narrow Is the Road, the group points out the apartment where the deal was signed. Dropping out of Liberty University, the trio moved to Nashville, TN and recording for DC Talk immediately began. Recording was a fast process as the album released June 13, 1989. The album's opening track provided the majority of the album's relative sales success. "Heavenbound" was originally recorded for the group's independently-released cassette demo Christian Rhymes to a Rhythm, which featured only Tait and

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