Singer Montell Jordan revised his 1995 smash hit single, “This Is How We Do It,” to better suit his Christian faith for the season finale of American Idol.
“This Is How We Do It” was one of the biggest hits of the ‘90s and this season on American Idol it was featured as an audition song. During the audition, Idol judge Katy Perry dropped down and performed the worm as a dance that has since gone viral.
Jordan was invited on the mainstream show to pay homage to Perry and her popular dance. During his Sunday performance, the classic R&B tune was altered to remove every reference of alcohol, sex and drunkenness.
“This is how we do it, it’s Sunday night, and I feel alright, the party’s on American Idol,” Jordan sang.
“The hood’s been good to me ever since I was a lower case g, but now I’m with the big G,” he testified in song as mock Katy Perry impersonators danced around him.
In an Instagram post, Jordan thanked God for the opportunity and said his appearance on the mainstream show is his way of going out into the world to make “disciples.”
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Source: Christian Post