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GRITS (Grammatical Revolution In The Spirit) are a Dove Award winning hip-hop group from Nashville, Tennessee, made up of Stacy "Coffee" Jones and Teron "Bonafide" Carter signed to TobyMac's record label Gotee Records. They're both Christians, and their faith takes a central place in their music. Since forming in 1995 they have released nine studio albums, two EPs and a remix album. Outside of the Christian music community they are best known for their song Ooh Ahh which has appeared on various movie and game soundtracks and various television shows, and their song Tennessee Bwoys was also featured on the popular MTV show Pimp My Ride.

They have recieved several Gospel Music Association Dove Awards throughout their career. Their first first was "Rap/Hip Hop Song" for "Alcoholic Plagiarism", from Factors of the Seven. The next year they took the same award for "They All Fall Down", from Grammatical Revolution. In 2003 The Art Of Translation won the award for "Rap/Hip Hop Album", and the following year their song "Believe" from the same album took "Rap/Hip Hop Song". They also shared in the "Special Event Album" that year, for their contribution to !Hero The Rock Opera.

Album list:

1. Mental Releases
2. Factors of the Seven
3. Grammatical Revolution in the Spirit
4. Art of Translation
5. Dichotomy A
6. Dichotomy B
7. Art of Transformation (remix album of Translation)
8. 7 (best of album)
9. Redemption
10. The Greatest Hits
11. Reiterate
12. Quarantine

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