Erica Campbell – Eddie Remix Ft. Jubu


Check out “Eddie Remix” by Contemporary American Gospel Singer, and songwriter, Erica Campbell featuring Jubu.

This interesting work of art is part of her recent debut album tagged “Help 2.0” which houses 14 tracks and was released in year 2015.


Erica Monique Campbell was born on April 29, 1972 in Inglewood, California to Eddie Aaron Atkins Jr. (1948–2013), originally from Merced, California, a pastor and minister, and Thomasina Andrea “Honey” Atkins (née Daniels), who is originally from Stamford, Connecticut. She is an American singer and songwriter specialized in the urban contemporary gospel, Christian R&B, and contemporary R&B genres. She started her music career in 1998 with her younger sister, Tina Campbell, as part of the group Mary Mary. Campbell was born Erica Monique Atkins, She is married to Warryn Campbell, with whom she resides in Los Angeles, together with their three children, Krista Nicole (born in year 2004), Warryn III (born in year 2010), and Zaya Monique (born in year 2012).



Eddie Remix Lyrics By Erica Campbell Ft. Jubu

He was a muscle bound man with a bible in his hand

He had a whole lotta dreams and a whole lotta plans.

Not a buncha money but a whole buncha love mm

But when it came to faith he had more than enough


Oh his name was


(Eddie) talking bout a praying man he was

(Eddie) tried to keep it strong when times got tough

(Eddie) thank you for raising all of us

(Eddie) but you just wasn’t here long enough


If I could just talk to you one more time

I would tell you I was listening all the time

Even when I rolled my eyes hey

Daddy I knew you was talking right


I remember growing up as a little girl

And watching you pray and watching you go to work

Then you would come home and laugh and play with us

You wasn’t too tough to love your girls

And you taught us how to love God

And you taught us how to be strong

And even though you not here no more

I still got you in my heart daddy

And I’ll never forget what taught me

I just wanna make you proud

That’s all I wanna do

I wanna be a soldier, just like my daddy

You was the best daddy you was the best

I thank God for you for the rest of my life

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