Published on October 2nd, 2018 | by Nicole Vear
Erica x Warryn Campbell’s New Song “All of My Life” – A Trap Ode to Divine Love
Erica and Warryn Campbell have released their song “All of My Life”. The song was teased during the summer on their reality TV show “We’re the Campbells” and last spring during Kirk Franklin’s Exodus Music and Arts Festival. After being married for 17 years, in the business for 20, it is Erica and Warryn’s first duet together. The multi-talented and multi Grammy-winning couple also released a video for the song.
“All of MY Life” is a love song of sorts. The song encapsulates the double entendre that is their love – divine, for God and each other. What doesn’t get lost in the song is the couple’s fly bravado. As seen in the video for “All of My Life” is a couple that is in tune with each other and with the space and time they live in. Their love is relevant.
The previous years of their careers have been accentuated by this moment as some of Mary Mary’s biggest hits were produced by Warryn. Preceding “All of My Life”, “God in Me” and “I Luh God” was the appetizer to the first dish that is Erica and Warryn’s first official duet together. Trap sound acceptance in gospel music controversy, proves an issue of yesteryear as their new release is so eloquent in its hip hop elements. Erica and Warryn’s full vocals on the trap production are a distinctly robust experience.
Through their television shows, musical history and new song, the Campbell’s love is on full display. You can get a glimpse of it again in the video below for “All of My Life”: