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Minister Marion Hall’s upcoming album to target ‘broken people’

Minister Marion Hall’s upcoming album to target ‘broken people’

It’s Saturday afternoon and she’s just taken her for a stroll in Nashville, Tennessee.

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She’s always wiggling up … I was wondering what she’s doing and she said, ‘Grandma, I’m a worm’,” Hall dissolved into laughter before speaking about her upcoming album

“Stop it baby girl, please,” a giggling Minister Marion Hall tells her granddaughter.

It’s Saturday afternoon and she’s just taken her for a stroll in Nashville, Tennessee.

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She’s always wiggling up … I was wondering what she’s doing and she said, ‘Grandma, I’m a worm’,” Hall dissolved into laughter before speaking about her upcoming album.

She calls the project one for “broken people”, a state she is familiar with all too well in her own testimony of being freed from the darkness that engulfed her when she was the most sought-after female dancehall act before baptising in 2015. The album also draws inspiration from recent experiences.

“This album is for people who think of committing suicide every day, people that have gone into depression,” Hall told The Gleaner . “I myself, some months ago, felt depressed, and I said this is not about God. I started praying myself out of what I was feeling, and look at me now. God is not a God of sickness; He heals sickness and I could never allow that to grab on to me. But there are times when people go into loneliness because of this pandemic, and people don’t get to go out much or do all kinds of activities, but I was just going through some things. Thanks be to God, I’m good.”

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