Lecrae is one of the best rappers in the game right now. The Houston native is back with new music, dropping "Blessings," which is produced by Pluss & Mike WiLL Made-It. The track is the first single from Lecrae's forthcoming album.

He grabs Ty Dolla $ign for the assist on the trap-influenced record. "Count it up, count it up, count it up/Line 'em up, line 'em up, line 'em up/Swear the sun shinin' on me in my huddle/No matter the trouble surroundin' us/They don't see that it's a lot of us/Everybody move anonymous," raps Lecrae.

He spoke about how he wanted to initially change the title of the song because Chance The Rapper had a record with the same title.

“We already had the song in the can. I remember because we were actually working out here and we had the song in the can and then Chance’s project came out and I was like, ‘Dang,’” he says. “But it was like, man, we could have called it ‘Count It Up,’ or something like that, but I felt like it took away from that whole moment, so it was kinda like, man, it’s all love. A good song, everybody you move on. I’m just gonna troll America.”

The Reach Records MC released his breakout LP, Anomaly, in 2014. The effort debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and also earned him the Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song Grammy Award for the song "Messengers" in 2015. He went on to sign with Columbia Records in May in a partnership with Reach Records.

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