Download Deitrick Haddon Songs Genres: Christian/Gospel

As a genre, gospel music is often seen as a very cloistered, self-contained segment. Songs are thought to be within a limited number of styles, and the audience is similarly small. Deitrick Haddon, however, would be glad to prove the notion wrong. Artistically, his music infuses elements of Motown and R&B.


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Deitrick Haddon Songs List:

Song Album Released Listen
Deitrick Haddon - He's Able Crossroads 2008
Well Done Well Done 2010
He's Able
Mighty God Church On The Moon 2011
We Worship You Chain Breaker 1999
I'm Blessed Blessed & Cursed 2010
Fighting Temptation Church On The Moon 2011
Deitrick Haddon - We cry holy Crossroads 2008
Church On The Moon Church On The Moon 2011
I've Got A Praise TBN
I Need Your Help Revealed 2008
Don't Wanna Let You Go Crossroads 2004
Amen Crossroads 2004
Deitrick Haddon - Mighty God Church on the Moon 2011
Love Him Like I Do Love Him Like I Do 2008
Rain On Me Stellar Award Hits 2004 2004
Prayer Changes Things Crossroads 2004
Power Church On The Moon 2011
Change Is Gonna Come The Gospel Soundtrack 2005
The Greatest Church On The Moon 2011
Rest 7 Days 2006
Deitrick Haddon - Well Done Church on the Moon 2011
Don't Take Your Spirit Away Revealed 2008
Anybody Here Chain Breaker 1999
I'm Alive I'm Alive/The Word 2008
7 Days 7 Days 2006
Reppin' The Kingdom Church On The Moon 2011
Touch Me Church On The Moon 2011
Forgiven Church On The Moon 2011
Save Somebody Church On The Moon 2011
God Didn't Give Up Crossroads 2004
Reveal My Heart Revealed 2008
Clap Your Hands 7 Days 2006
Heavenly Father 7 Days 2006
One Blood Revealed 2008
Ungrateful Revealed 2008
Deitrick Haddon - Heavenly Father 7 Days 2006
Jesus For President Revealed 2008
It's Raining Revealed 2008
Totally Sold Out Chain Breaker 1999
U.n.i.t.y. Crossroads 2004
So Good To Be In Love 7 Days 2006
Blessed Blessed & Cursed
D.D Lost and Found 2002
Don't Go 7 Days 2006
The Prayer Chain Breaker 1999
Go With Me Revealed 2008
The Word I'm Alive/The Word 2008
Where You Are Revealed 2008
Inspiration 7 Days 2006


Deitrick Haddon's Gospel from Detroit


“The music that I write is a gift from God.”


As a genre, gospel music is often seen as a very cloistered, self-contained segment. Songs are thought to be within a limited number of styles, and the audience is similarly small. Deitrick Haddon, however, would be glad to prove the notion wrong. Artistically, his music infuses elements of Motown and R&B. Commercially, he's breached that unspoken limit between gospel music and the rest of the music industry.


Deitrick Haddon's Head Start


Born Deitrick Vaughn Haddon in Detroit, Michigan on May 17, 1973, preaching and religious service came naturally to him. His father Clarence was the pastor (and eventual Bishop) for the Unity Cathedral of Faith in their area, where he gave his first sermon at the ripe old age of 11. By 13, Haddon had taken the reins of their church's choir.


In the mid-1990's, the choir Haddon was then leading had grown into Voices of Unity, a black church choir signed with the Indianapolis-based gospel label Tyscot Records. The group had some success with its first two albums, Come Into This House and Live the Life. By 1998, however, Haddon had already released a solo album, This is My Story. It was quickly followed by Chain Breaker the next year.


He, however, was apparently not content with making music as just Deitrick Haddon. In 2000, he and wife Damita helped orchestrate the release of Nu Hymnz: Live from Motor City, which featured a chorus of over 300 singers, all of whom were from Detroit. This caught the attention of larger record labels, and he was soon signed to gospel giant Verity.


Deitrick Haddon Does His Thing


Lost & Found, Haddon's major label debut, came out in 2002 and became popular due to its mix of hip-hop, R&B and soul – unusual elements in gospel. Despite accusations of being too secular, Lost & Found earned Haddon his first Grammy nod. The 2004 follow-up album, Crossroads, was equally varied and even had considerable success on the Billboard R&B/hip-hop chart.


His 2006 release had the commercially potent combination of Deitrick Haddon's name on the cover and the efforts of meteoric R&B duo Tim & Bob. The recipe proved very effective; Haddon says that most of the 16 tracks were recorded in Babyface's studio in the span of seven days. His latest album is the 2008 Revealed featuring the collaboration Love Him Like I Do with Ruben Studdard and Mary Mary.


Did You Know That...

...Haddon didn't fully leave Tyscot, even when he had signed with Verity? Lost & Found had the imprints of both labels, a nod to their respective contributions in his career.

...gospel music is a family act? Haddon's wife Damita is also a gospel singer, a former member of gospel group Adoration 'n' Praise.

...even mainstream labels wanted to sign him? Arista Records, which very rarely produces for gospel artists, offered him a contract. Haddon, however, walked away from the deal citing his faith.

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