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Smokie Norful offers fans an incentive with forthcoming album 'Forever Yours'

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As part of the roll out for Smokie Norful's forthcoming release, "Forever Yours", Tre'Myles Music/ Motown Gospel, is offering a pre-order incentive for the ultimate Smokie Norful fan. "The Forever Yours CD" bundle (in digital and physical formats) is now available for pre-order on www.smokienorful.com.

"The Forever Yours CD" bundle will include a CD, autographed booklet and a limited edition 18x24 Smokie Norful poster. The poster is a specially crafted and customized piece featuring the names of Norful's biggest fans. Anyone who purchases the exclusive bundle during the pre-order advance period will have their name added to the poster. The deadline for inclusion on the poster is Monday, July 21 12 p.m. EST.

"Forever Yours" may still be purchased after 7/21 but names will not be included on the poster. Those who pre-order the digital version of "Forever Yours" will receive an instant download of a new song "In The Meantime."

Norful's first full-length studio album in over 5 years, is certainly worth the wait and was carefully crafted. The singer worked with a treasure-trove of producers and hit-makers including Tony Dixon, Derek D.O.A. Allen, Aaron Lindsey, Elvis Williams (Blac Elvis) and Warryn Campbell.

Smokie's resonant vocals are at their peak and is evident on the current single, "No Greater Love." A genuine hit, the song cracked the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot Gospel Songs chart at No. 9 this week and continues to connect with audiences around the country. Currently available on iTunes "No Greater Love," is an impressive ballad that showcases Norful pristine singing along with the simplest and most profound messages: there is no greater love than that of Jesus's transcendent love.

"Forever Yours" available today for pre-order. The album will be in stores and on line August 5.

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