'New Jerusalem' is the completed project noted on the ep-maxi 'Day of Reckonin'' which is incorporated in this CD. The CD is a compilation of sound that enhances the spiritual overture of rhythm and soul. The writer orchestrates this in a manner where all who listen will enjoy it; regardless of age, gender, or style preference. As stated in the bio section of 'Day of Reckonin', this CD was compiled to re-emphasize the Word of the Gospel which states, in paraphrase, that "He that is within me is always greater than anything and anyone around me". This CD represents the trials of man, the hope of things to come, and the thoughts behind what it takes to walk worthily in the Lord. The group Cross Generation was formed in 2004 by NaNingo Productions. The focus of the company was to create a singing group to emphasize the lyrical content of the writer's compilations. Out of the auditions, Michelle Pearl, Gregory Robinson, Vondell Wilkerson, and David Townsend became that group. Michelle Pearl, born in Detroit, Michigan, showed a strong interest in music at an early age when she began singing in the church choir. She has appeared on local TV shows showcasing her talent. In 2005, Michelle became a finalist in the "Pass me da mic" singing competition sponsored by Kris Kelley of FM98, WJLB radio station in Detroit. She brings to the group a sultry soprano sound. Not only is Michelle a talented singer, she's also a talented writer as witnessed in the song 'Jesus Is' Gregory Robinson, the oldest of nine children, was born in Detroit, Michigan. He started singing at the age of nine years in the church choir. At twelve years old he did his first talent show and won third place. Gregory has an ear for music; not only can he sing, he also plays drums and keyboards. As Gregory grew in talent, he began to sing behind rappers and singers in Detroit until the day he was asked to join Cross Generation. With his falsetto sound, Gregory carries the harmony in the group. Vondell L. Wilkerson, also a native of Detroit, grew to love music at a young age when he would listen to music with his aunts and uncles. He also started his singing career in local talent shows in and around Detroit. Vondell's distinct low end sound brings depth to the group. To complete the group, there is David Townsend, also born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. He, too, started his singing career by entering talent shows and singing at local events; his first at his middle school. His love for music has taken him all around Detroit. David's interpretation and love for music echoes throughout this CD.