Erica Campbell’s song, “I Luh God,” dubbed “trap gospel” by critics and fans, has gotten equal parts criticism and support.
However anyone feels about it, one things for sure: the urban video is hugely popular, surpassing 1 million views on YouTube.
The 43-year-old MyBlock/eOne recording artist shared the news on Twitter, writing, “Yay!!!!” and encouraging her followers to “go see the video if you haven’t already.”
The light-hearted, trendy video features Campbell in several fun outfit changes, against colorful backdrops, along with lots of dancing to the bass-heavy beat.
Though the message is spiritual, focusing on Campbell’s love and need for God, some are turned off by the “worldly-sounding” beat and cadence she uses in the song.
“Everybody don’t like it,” Campbell acknowledged in an April interview with the Tom Joyner Morning Show.
The GRAMMY® Award winner continued, “Some people are upset about it, but they’ll be alright. God don’t live in a box. Why should I?”
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SOURCE: EEW Magazine