Back in August, Lecrae unveiled his tenth studio album Restoration, which saw 14 tracks and features from the likes of YK Osiris, Marc E. Bassy, John Legend, Kirk Franklin, DaniLeigh, and BJ The Chicago Kid. Today, he upgrades that release with a deluxe edition, adding six new cuts to the overall effort.

One particular standout from Restoration’s deluxe addition is the remix to “Deep End,” which now contains a powerful verse from Rapsody:

“In the deep end with the deceased, where the slaves jumped in the coral reef, all I see’s wreaths for over four hundred, I ain’t a failure, I’m a forerunner, keep killin’ us, we goin’ Killmonger/

That’s a born sinner, only time I ever go female J. Cole on it, everything I hear got bass on it, strings attached, Dre, Chronic, rat-a-tat-tat, bullеts in our back, do you love Black or just listen to it? Are you for thе movement or only music?/”

Prior to Restoration, Lecrae teamed up with famed producer Zaytoven for the 2018 release Let The Trap Say Amen, which boasted 13 cuts and assists from Waka Flocka Flame, Verse Simmonds, 24hrs, and more. More recently, the Houston emcee also joined Rodney Jerkins, Kirk Franklin, Fred Hammond, Mary Mary, Marvin Sapp, Karen Clark Sheard, Kierra Sheard, and many others for the charity single “Come Together.” His last official solo LP, was released back in 2017 through a joint venture with Columbia Records.

Restoration: The Deluxe Album also came accompanied with a social media message from Lecrae, who explained the continuation of his journey and those of his listeners:

“I truly enjoy making music that can help someone on their journey! As we finish out this roller coaster year tap into these records and continue persevering. Restoration continues!!”

Fans can press play on Restoration: The Deluxe Album below.