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Lyrics to 'I'm for You' by TobyMac. Tell me where its hurting Are you burning? Running just to catch your breath And going nowhere It's getting old when you feel like you got nothing left Top Songs. I'm for you, like your for me, like your for me, like I'm for you, I'm for you like your for me, like I'm for you. You hit the ground and I'm not squared Whatever I got to be, I'll be for you I'm for you, if you never knew, if you never knew I'm for you, you know it's true I know the feeling, I know it's real When the drummer's all in your face You see a mountain, I hear a promise It's never.

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Welcome to Diverse City
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 5, 2004
GenreChristian rock, Christian hip hop, funk, nu metal
ProducerToby McKeehan, Tedd T, Max Hsu, Robert Marvin
TobyMac chronology
Re:Mix Momentum
Welcome to Diverse City
Renovating Diverse City
Toby mac i
Professional ratings
Review scores
Christianity Today[2]
Cross Rhythms[3]
Jesus Freak Hideout[4]

Welcome to Diverse City is the second full-length studio album released by Christian singer TobyMac. The songs on this album deal with racial tolerance in society and a desire to know God better. Several other Christian artists appear on this CD, including Bootsy Collins ('Diverse City'), Coffee from GRITS ('Hey Now'), DJ Maj (Several songs), Papa San ('Catchafire (Whoopsi-Daisy)'), Paul Wright ('Street Interlude'), Superchick ('Stories (Down to the Bottom)'), and T-Bone ('The Slam').TobyMac also reunites dc Talk on vocals in a remix of his song 'Atmosphere', the last track of the album. The album has sold over 600,000 copies in the United States.[not verified in body]

Track listing[edit]

1.'Hey Now' (featuring Coffee from GRITS)Toby McKeehan, Cary Barlowe, Jaime Moore, Stacy JonesToby McKeehan3:44
2.'Catchafire (Whoopsi-Daisy)' (featuring Papa San & MOC)McKeehan, Solomon Olds, Joe BaldridgeMcKeehan, Solomon Olds, Joe Baldridge3:24
3.'The Slam' (featuring T-Bone)McKeehan, Christopher Stevens, Joe Weber, Rene SotomayorMcKeehan, Christopher Stevens3:19
4.'Poetically Correct' (Interlude performed by MOC)0:56
5.'Atmosphere'McKeehan, George Crawford, Jeff SavageMcKeehan4:07
6.'Gone'McKeehan, StevensMcKeehan, Stevens3:27
7.'TruDog: The Return' (performed by Truett McKeehan)McKeehan2:22
8.'Diverse City' (featuring Bootsy Collins)McKeehan, StevensMcKeehan, Stevens3:56
9.'Stories (Down to the Bottom)' (featuring Superchick)McKeehan, Matt Dally, Patricia Brock, David Ghazarian, Max HsuMcKeehan, Max Hsu4:40
10.'Getaway Car'McKeehan, Moore, Michael Linney, BarloweMcKeehan, Michael Linney4:27
11.'Burn for You'McKeehan, Robert Marvin, Josiah BellMcKeehan, Robert Marvin, Josiah Bell3:49
12.'Fresher Than a Night at the W' (Interlude)0:48
13.'Ill-M-I' (Soul-Junk cover)McKeehan, Glenn Galaxy, StevensMcKeehan, Stevens3:29
14.'Phenomenon'McKeehan, Paul MeanyMcKeehan, Math5:19
15.'Gotta Go'McKeehan, Savage, Randy CrawfordMcKeehan2:48
16.'Atmosphere (Remix)' (featuring dc Talk)McKeehan, G. Crawford, Savage4:37
Total length:54:55


In addition to being one of two tobyMac albums that didn't crack the top 20 on the Billboard 200 (along with Momentum), Welcome to Diverse City is his longest album by duration and second longest by track listing (beaten only by Momentum).


  • TobyMac – vocals, synthesizer
  • Coffee – vocals on 'Hey Now'
  • Papa San – vocals on 'Catachafire (Whoopsi-Daisy)'
  • M.O.C. – vocals on 'Catachafire (Whoopsi-Daisy)'
  • T-Bone – vocals on 'The Slam'
  • Max Hsu – keys and synthesizer on 'Stories (Down to the Bottom)'
  • Dave Ghazarian – guitar and bass on 'Stories (Down to the Bottom)'
  • Matt Dally – vocals and guitar on 'Stories (Down to the Bottom)'
  • Brian Gocher – synthesizer on 'Stories (Down to the Bottom)'
  • Tricia Brock – vocals on 'Stories (Down to the Bottom)'
  • Melissa Brock – vocals on 'Stories (Down to the Bottom)'
  • Brandon Estelle – vocals on 'Stories (Down to the Bottom)'
  • Randy Crawford, TruDog – vocals on 'Gotta Go'
  • DC Talk – vocals on 'Atmosphere (Remix)'
  • Jaime Moore – synthesizer, bass
  • Mike Haynes – horns
  • Mark Douthit – horns
  • Barry Green – horns
  • Cary Barlowe – guitar
  • DJ Form – DJ
  • Gabe Patillo – beat box
  • Christopher Stevens – synthesizer, drums, engineering, bass, additional vocals
  • Solomon Olds – beats, synthesizer, electric guitar, bass, keys, Sitar, additional vocals
  • Joe Baldridge – beats, synthesizer, guitar
  • DJ Maj – DJ
  • Joe Weber – guitar
  • Mark Townsend – guitar
  • Tim Donahue – drums
  • Brent Milligan – bass, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
  • Jeff Savage – synthesizer, additional vocals
  • Andy Selby – synthesizer
  • Dave Clo – guitar
  • Michael Linney – synthesizer
  • Robert Marvin – synthesizer
  • Josiah Bell – synthesizer
  • Lynn Nichols – guitar
  • Brian Haley – drums
  • Dave Rumsey – guitar
  • Paul Meany – bass, Rhodes piano
  • Darren King – drums
  • Tedd T – synthesizer
  • Damon Riley – synthesizer
  • Michael Ripoli – acoustic guitar, electric guitar
  • Kyle Whalum – bass
  • Nirva Dorsaint – additional vocals
  • Jason Eskridge – additional vocals
  • Joanna Valencia – additional vocals
  • Tyler Burkum – additional vocals
  • Paul Wright – vocals on 'West Coast Kid'
  • Byron 'Mr. Talkbox' Chambers – talkbox on 'Diverse City'

Guest appearances

  • Coffee from GRITS
  • Truett McKeehan AKA Tru-Dog (or truDog)
  • dc Talk (Michael Tait from TAIT and Kevin Max)
  • M.O.C.

Music videos[edit]



Chart (2004)Peak
US Billboard 200[5]54
US Top Catalog Albums (Billboard)[6]25
US Christian Albums (Billboard)[7]3


RegionCertificationCertified units/sales
United States (RIAA)[8]Gold500,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone


On 2005, the album won a Dove Award for Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year at the 36th GMA Dove Awards.[9]

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Uses in media[edit]

Songs from Welcome to Diverse City, particularly 'The Slam', featured many mainstream appearances.

  • 'The Slam' is the lead track for the opening episode of Prison Break Season One.
  • 'The Slam' was also used in the movies Into the Blue, Crank, and Never Back Down.
  • 'The Slam' was also used by wrestler Matt Cappotelli as an entrance theme while in OVW, a WWE developmental territory.
  • 'Catchafire (Whoopsi-Daisy)' appeared in the 2005 Usher film In the Mix.
  • 'Gone' appeared on the Xbox and PlayStation 2 versions of The Bible Game, released in 2005.
  • 'Diverse City' appears on the Xbox dance game Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 4, released in 2006.
  • 'Diverse City' also appears on the show Veronica Mars in the episode 'The Wrath of Con'. The song can be heard in the background at the college party that Veronica and Wallace go to.

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Additionally, songs from Welcome to Diverse City were published on four consecutive WOW Hits albums.

  • 'Phenomenon' appeared on WOW Hits 2004.
  • 'Gone' appeared on WOW Hits 2005.
  • 'Atmosphere (Remix)', featuring dc Talk, appeared on WOW Hits 2006.
  • A 'Shortwave Radio Mix' of 'Burn for You' (from Renovating Diverse City) appeared on WOW Hits 2007.


  1. ^AllMusic review
  2. ^Christianity Today review
  3. ^Cross Rhythms review
  4. ^Jesus Freak Hideout review
  5. ^'tobyMac Chart History (Billboard 200)'. Billboard. Retrieved July 9, 2016.
  6. ^'tobyMac Chart History (Top Catalog Albums)'. Billboard. Retrieved July 9, 2016.
  7. ^'tobyMac Chart History (Christian Albums)'. Billboard. Retrieved July 9, 2016.
  8. ^'American album certifications – TobyMac – Welcome To Diverse City'. Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved July 10, 2016.If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH.
  9. ^2005 Dove Awards – 36th Annual Dove Awards on; Jones, Kim
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'I'm For You'
Single by tobyMac
from the album Portable Sounds
Songwriter(s)Toby McKeehan, Cary Ryan Barlowe, Aaron Charles Rice
Producer(s)Toby McKeehan
TobyMac singles chronology
'I'm For You'
'One World'

'I'm For You' is a song by contemporary Christian singer tobyMac from his third album, Portable Sounds. It was released as a radio single for the album in 2007.


'I'm For You' reached No. 1 on R&R's Christian Hit Radio Chart and stayed for 8 weeks and was the third most-played song on Christian CHR radio stations in 2007. It also reached No. 2 on Billboard's Hot Christian Songs chart, and No. 10 on R&R's Christian AC Chart.[1]

Tobymac I'm For You


'I'm For You' was featured in the video gameThrillville: Off the Rails.


Chart (2007)Peak position
Billboard's Hot Christian Songs2
R&R's Christian CHR format1
R&R's Christian AC format10

Tobymac I Fall For You


  1. ^2007 Year End Charts/Top Christian CHR songsArchived 2009-05-25 at the Wayback Machine, R&R magazine, Retrieved January 6, 2008

Tobymac I'm Thankful For You

External links[edit]

  • Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics

Tobymac I'm For You Lyrics

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