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7 Days

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The Grammy nominated, Stellar Award-winning Deitrick Haddon decided that his third Verity release 7 Days, would speak to both the church and urban audience. Not to worry, this pastor's son has not left the church behind in any way. One listen to the track True Worship (which is backed by a full choir) and there will be no doubt of his love of the good word.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 10, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Verity
  • ASIN: B000I0QKG0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #171,715 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Danny Boy VINE VOICE on October 20, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Well, Deitrick is back, which surprised me because I didn't know he was coming out with a new album this year. Not only did he come back with a new album, but came back with a new sound with Tim & Bob helping to produce this fresh and smooth feeling gospel album.

He's definitely not a man that's afraid to come out with a new sound for gospel music, like he said in his song "Count Your Blessings", when he said "trying to bring a new sound to the Gospel game had people hating on him in JESUS name." But he didn't give up and came a long way. I remember when I first heard of him from his album Chain Breaker and that album was definitely something different from what was out at that time. I liked all of his albums that I was aware of and even the Voices of Unity albums. When he got to the album Crossroads it kind of seem liked he had hit his peak with that particular sound that he became associated with. So I'm glad he got a new production team for this album.

If you been listening to his albums, you can tell he been through a lot, but like he said "I don't have to fret cause I know Lord you're with me through it all." Then in his ad-libs near the end of the song, he says "Lord, have mercy JESUS...There's so much going on right now." Which is Who we need to call on when we're going though a lot and believe that He's faithful to know He's with us through it all. He sung those quotes in his song "Through It All" which is a very nice song with Damita Haddon singing background.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Edwin on April 14, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I absoulutely love this album! I think that this album is the best one that he's made. It's different but good from his other album. It seems to reach out bringing the old with the new generation. I enjoyed every single song! The cd begins with a nice intro 7 Days. 7 Days is an good song which indicates how he thinks about God 24-7. Count your blessings shows how far the Lord has brought him (also has that old school beat). It has a little interlude where he asks someone about Gospel music. Don't Go is one of my favorite songs which shows a relationship the beat sounds very familiar(same beat as R&B song Foolish). Heavenly Father indicates his prayer for his spriritual growth in the Lord. Rest is a nice peacful beat that before I'm the One which indicates how God shows everyone that he is the one that can fulfill one's needs. Heaven Knows really makes you think about what the country is facing and how God knows and will make things better. So Good to be in Love brings in the about the love of God with soulful flava. Clap Your Hands really makes you clap for Jesus with praise. Through it all emphasizes how God has beeen with him through all the trials and tribulations. Help Somebody emphasizes how everyone wants to be loved by someone. Inspiration emphasizes how God has inspired everyone and also emphasizes the praise, honor and glory to God. The album then revamps with an the lovely 7 Days outro. This cd is a It's the type of album that never wears out!
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14 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Earl Pickett on January 11, 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If this review seems harsh or overly critical, it is not meant to be. I only want to give my honest review of a ministry I hold in high esteem and loving confront him as Paul did to Peter as recorded in Galatians 2. Here is my review:

Is it Deitrick or isn't? That's what this album had me thinking. I am a strong supporter of his music ministry and even began looking for his older stuff with Voices of Unity. Yet, this album was very different than anything else he had ever released. Deitrick's songs are usually simple in nature but deep in spiritual essence, true to this life in practicality, but fill with the praises of the heavenly world spiritually. His old album had only one short coming- Deitrick's shameless self-promotion and efforts to build name recognition. (Thankfully, 7 days has none of this.) But to overcome this I always skipped the first track of his CDs and enjoyed the music. So when 7 Days came out, I naturally jumped on it. I found this CD amazingly hard to find in many Christian bookstores and had to order it online.

So here is the bottomline:

1- Musically, 7 Days is far superior to anything he has ever relased previous.

2- Vocally, some might argue that his vocals are stronger than ever, and I would have to agree. Deitrick has always had a unique and wonderful voice. And this album is no exception. Mixed with the improved music, you might even say his vocals sound better than ever.

3- Lyrically, this is the first major downfall. The songs on 7 Days did not possess the depth, passion, and ministry that his 3 previous albums did (Chainbreaker, Lost & Found (his masterpiece), and Crossroads (this one showed signs of what happened with 7 Days)). And was also of an extremely repetitious nature.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dancity Team on February 12, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is a great album that I highly recommend. Clever mid-tempo grooves deep enough to swim in so feel free to invest in that sub-woofer you always wanted. And Deitrick Haddon can truly sing, supported by honey-sweet backing vocals. I love the inlay card, clean and classy with honest admission of secular as well as gospel influences. It's said that in comparison to his previous releases `Lost and Found' and `Crossroads', `7 Days' is Deitrick Haddon toning it down a bit, yet it still exceeds anything out there, both secular and gospel. As far as cutting edge is concerned, this is the blade not the hilt.

The choppy `7 Days' poses cutely at the outset, letting you know Mr Haddon is plying his trade outside the safe four walls of a church. Backed up by the dynamic `Count Your Blessings' you are in good hands. `Heavenly Father' drops a sound that shows Deitrick is thinking outside the box. The brave gritty 70s cut `Heaven Knows' with vinyl hiss effect begs to be a classic, as Mr Haddon lets rip what's on his heart. `Clap Your Hands' is a leg-shaker a la Dawkins and Dawkins.

The awesome `Help Somebody' simply throbbed through the air, cut to the marrow, put a smile on my face and made me feel proud of where gospel music currently is at and where Deitrick Haddon is pushing it. Hear that once and you'll buy the album.
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Man I can't wait until this album come's out!!
I was also very excited to find that Deitrick has a new cd coming out. I felt crossroads down in my soul and I hope this new release is just as powerful. He is my favorite gospel artist and I wish that his label would work on promoting him better because he does not get the credit he deserves.... Read More
Oct 8, 2006 by Mrs. M. |  See all 3 posts
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