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Dr. Larry D. Reid's Debut Album, Work Me Over, is Available Today

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Singer, songwriter, radio personality, and author Dr. Larry D. Reid releases his long-awaited debut album, Work Me Over, today via iTunes. Featuring the hit single “Better Than Ever” and soul-stirring numbers like “The Unexplainable” and “Victory Chant”, Work Me Over proves itself an eclectic body of work filled with touches of different styles for every type of worshipper. As Dr. Reid has strongly introduced himself to the gospel music scene with an electrifying fusion of high-energy churchy, yet jazz-tinged vocals, his musical arrangements have followed suit and shine as a refreshing, unique offering to the genre.

Citing gospel legends Richard Smallwood, Walter Hawkins and the Hawkins Family, and Kurt Carr and the Kurt Carr Singers as immediate influences, Reid’s appreciation for the greats of yesteryear is only matched by his willingness to push the genre forward to new heights. A testament to that fact is a stamp of approval from Carr himself.

“This single is indeed gospel music done well,” says Grammy®-winning gospel great Kurt Carr. ‘Better Than Ever’ is quickly becoming one of Internet, satellite, and commercial radio’s most requested songs.”

The Chief Executive Officer of LDR Enterprises, president of Dr. Larry D. Reid Ministries Inc., and Senior Pastor of The Breakthrough Church, Dr. Larry D. Reid is fulfilling his divine mandate to change lives and Work Me Over is the evident return to his roots as a singer and songwriter.

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