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Victory Dance

Victory Dance   Super Bowl Season is officially upon us and with that comes all the team spirit and victory parades. The conquering heroes will hop on floats and their victorious supporters will line the streets of their respective city. The crown of the NFL will be taken to another city and a year’s worth of hard work will be rewarded. Believers in Christ have a reason to celebrate every single day. The conquering hero? Jesus Christ. The defeated? The cross, sin, death and that wretched serpent Satan. This song is about me and Parris celebrating our redemption brought forth by the Lord. The fact that we have been made new is a reason for us to yell, dance and...

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Confession & Repentance

If you are on my website, that means that you most likely follow my music and if you follow my music then you have heard me vocalize my struggle with sin. I very much live a Romans 7 type life. I love the Lord with all my heart and want to serve Him daily, but if I'm honest I have many weak moments where I choose sin rather than choosing God. This has been reflected in my music for many years, but while I was writing this week, a thought hit me. Was I going to just leave this on my page or was I actually going to do something about it? Writing is cathartic, therapeutic and healthy, but when...

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Revival Is Coming But Does Anyone Care

Dear Slim, you wrote me but who was calling? It’s been four years since the self-proclaimed “rap god” released the MMLP2 and Hip-hop has carried on just fine. It fell far short of both the sales and skills put forward on it’s predecessor and left listeners wanting more. Slim released a Campaign Speech single last November which most people didn’t even know about and more importantly didn’t prevent President Trump from being elected and even though the new Beyoncé thrusted single is out, it isn’t getting the attention most Eminem songs receive. So here is the question: if the Real Slim Shady were to stand back up, would anyone notice or care?               I grew up when Em was...

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