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One Nation Crew

One Nation Crew (also 1NC) was a gospel vocal group assembled by Kirk Franklin for a full-length album and tour. The group had ten members of various musical backgrounds and remained an outfit for only one album. That album, Kirk Franklin Presents 1NC (B-Rite Music, 2000), was produced by Franklin and Al West, and reached #58 on the Billboard 200.[1] The group performed at the Apollo Theater, at the Grammy Awards, the Essence Awards, and Motown Live in 2000-01.[2]

Members

  • Kirk Franklin
  • Markita Knight
  • Jana Bell
  • Candy West
  • Ashley Guilbert
  • Sheila Ingram
  • Brandon Kizer
  • Nate Larson
  • Frank Lawson
  • Shantael Johnson
  • Nate Young
  • Myron Butler
  • Farrell Mannings
  • Shanika Leeks

References

  1. ^ Joel Whitburn, The Billboard Albums. 6th edn, 2000, p. 782.
  2. ^ One Nation Crew at Allmusic
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