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Tuesday, August 31, 2010


I sent the message below and posed three discussion questions. The responses I've received are varied (almost as varied as the responses on worldstarhiphop). I'm gathering the responses and will share the viewpoints and include my response to the questions soon.

Subject: apathetic to the Jay-Z debate? . . . listen to this.

Please listen to this track carefully -- twice if you have to -- (and look at the images). If inclined, please let me know what you think about it and/or the questions below.

Also a few questions to think about–
  1. How do you feel about changing the words to a secular song and attempting to make it a gospel song?
  2. How do you feel about a gospel song/dance over a secular instrumental?
  3. How do you feel about an apparently gospel-influenced song by a mainstream secular artist?
"Study the lie, they can make new lies up, study the truth and you'll know when the lie comes."


  1. Man this video and flow is insane! All those hidden messages that people wouldnt even know... this dude is sic (in a good way) and deep.

  2. I do believe that many secular artists have hidden messages and can lead people astray very easily. I don't think it should be practice to for Gospel/Christian artists to do collabs or to rap/sing over secular music. However, God uses the dumb things or evil things to make people smart or holy. He used a donkey in the old testament, why not some of the a$$es we have in secular music?


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