Tied into the duo's reality television series of the same name, Go Get It features two new songs: the show's rallying theme song, strong enough to be released as a single, and "Sunday Morning," another one of Mary Mary's fine fusions of traditional and modern sounds. Otherwise, Go Get It works as a representative overview of the premier contemporary gospel act of the 2000s. It contains their two biggest crossover hits in "Shackles (Praise You)" -- a Top 40 single -- and "God in Me," which topped the club and gospel charts, went Top Five R&B/Hip-Hop, and was used by professional baseball player Juan Pierre as at-bat music.
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Go Get It| Posted May 24, 2012
After listening to this album, I realized it is essentially composed of songs Mary Mary has previous released but the versions here appear to have a different mix. The first part of the album left me a little flat and I was concerned that the whole album was going to be a dud, but after listening farther, I was pleasantly surprised at the catchiness of many of the songs and really enjoyed it. I think this release is definitely worth a listen for anyone who enjoys music in this genre.