Their distinctive tightly woven vocals are blended in an urban contemporary sound on the backdrop of traditional Gospel Quartet. Divine Nature’s sensational soulful music has undeniably made the four gentlemen one of the most iconic contemporary gospel groups hailing from upstate New York. Celebrating more than 20 years in urban ministry, Divine Nature are Gospel music giants who have consistently produced lyrics that are filled with faith, encouragement, and inspiration.
Group members Toussaint Lipton, Kendall Brown, Avery Council and Robbie Gissendanner are husbands, fathers and dedicated men of God who write and minister songs that reflect their own triumphs and tragedies. With each song, album and performance, their mission is to transparently and truthfully minister the hope and love of Christ beyond the walls of the church.
To kick off the new year, the group has released a vibrant and anointed new album REAL TALK. Produced by Michael “Big Mike” Hart (Latice Crawford, Jessica Reedy), Levi Bennet and Robbie Gissendanner, REAL TALK is a musical tapestry of foot-stomping, soulfully crafted, expressively poignant Gospel music.
“This album has the unique ability to capture all ears and not just one genre,” Divine Nature’s Toussaint Lipton states. “This body of music is an example of what Paul said to the Corinthian church – this music is all things to all people that we might save some.”
The first radio single from the new album is “Somebody Touched Me”. The high-spirited song features De’Angelo “Chubbs” Morton from the group D. Morton and Gifted and is written by Divine Nature group member Robbie Gissendanner.