Jill Scott, Carl Thomas and Deborah Cox will show their gospel side on the Kirk Franklin-produced soundtrack to "Kingdom Come," which stars LL Cool J, Toni Braxton and Jada Pinkett Smith.
Mary Mary, who won a Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album Grammy this year for their Thankful, team with Franklin on the first single from the soundtrack, "Thank You," which will be released to radio on Monday. The video for the song recently was shot in Los Angeles, according to the album's publicist.
Scott joins Franklin on the title track, while Thomas duets with gospel star Natalie Wilson on "Daddy's Song." Cox delivers "Thy Will Be Done," and gospel trio Trin-I-Tee 5:7 perform "It's Alright." Franklin wrote every track on the album, due Tuesday.
Cedric the Entertainer and Whoopi Goldberg also star in "Kingdom Come," which will be released April 11.