Gospel artiste Papa San released his latest album, One Blood during the annual concert, Liberation scheduled for the Jamaica College Auditorium on Old Hope Road in St Andrew, on Saturday. The set features collaborations with American gospel artiste/producer Fred Hammond on Your Eyes Are On Me and Grammy Award-winning American Christian singer-songwriter Israel Haughton and Stitchie on the title track. Now in his late 40s, Papa San — whose given name is Tyrone Thompson — enjoyed success as a dancehall deejay during the 1980s. A decade later, he converted to Christianity and migrated to Florida. He has since released several albums including Victory (1999), God and I (2003) and Higher Heights in 2008. Other entertainers slated to perform at Liberation were Kevin Downswell, Ryan Mark, Omari, Dunamis, Goddy Goddy and Deneese Wright, all backed by the On The Shout Band. Liberation — hosted by the non-profit organization Rescue Package Foundation — aimed to raise $2.5 million. The gate proceeds intended to go towards a feeding program for the Majesty Gardens Basic School, a new schoolroom for the Caring Basic School in Payne Land and a numeracy and literacy program at DuPont Primary School, all in Kingston.