These Churchgoers Flipped the Scrip(ture) By Remixing Popular Songs

All praise due.

By: Jasmine Washington

Once upon a time it was easy to separate the type of music you’d hear at the trap house from the hymns you’d sing at the church house. Nowadays? Not so much.

Chart topping secular beats are now being fused with uplifting, faith-based lyrics and have totally become a thing! Bridging the gap between every day churchgoers and people who are tired of singing the same old Psalms, whoops we meant songs, these remixes deliver gospel music with a unique twist.

From “Hotline Bling,” to “Drunk in Love” and even “Bump & Grind,” there’s no song is too outlandish to be ’delivert.’ Check out a few remixes that flip the scrip(ture).

  • Songstress LaThelma Armstrong was on a different one when she flipped BeyoncĂ©’s “Drunk in Love.”

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  • Adam & Kid’s church friendly version of Pharrell’s “Happy” pays homage to the true source of their happiness.

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  • This wig-snatching gospel-fueled delivery of the Golden Girls theme is everything.

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  • A random trip to Walmart with DeWayne Crocker Jr. and friends turned into a praise break inspired by Drake’s “Hotline Bling.”

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  • This viral star encourages listeners to do the Lord’s “Work” over Rihanna’s hit song.

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  • While R. Kelly doesn’t see anything wrong with a little “Bump and Grind,” this Atlanta singer doesn’t see anything wrong with living for Jesus.

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  • This revamped version of Lorde’s “Royals” dishes on being loyal to the Lord.

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  • YouTube singer Marcy Paige proves you don’t have to be “Fancy” to receive God’s blessings.

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  • Dustin & Genevieve’s “Church Signs” is a hilarious parody of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines.”

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