Singer Remakes R. Kelly’s ‘Bump And Grind’ Into Gospel Song
(CBS Atlanta) — Gospel singer Johnny Mo is taking “Praise the Lord” to another level.
During a live broadcast of an Atlanta-based Christian show, Johnny Mo revealed his new song, “I Don’t See Nothing Wrong With Living For Jesus Christ.” His song is the gospel version of R. Kelly’s 1994 sexual-themed hit “Bump and Grind.”
“God is raising up a new standard in young people to go back into the enemy’s camp and take back what was taken front he body of Christ and put it back into the body of Christ,” Johnny Mo said in an interview.
The gospel singer believes that he is a wretch undone and that God has presented him with this platform of music to help others.
Although this song comes from secular music, many artists — such as Ray Charles and Kelly Price — were once gospel singers that became R&B artists or song writers.
Johnny Mo is shaking up the gospel music game and says he is ready to make unsaved souls into followers of Jesus Christ.