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Southern Flow meet The Light
on May 15, 2012
I listen to a wide range of Christian music from traditional Gospel to R&B, Rock and Alternative. Previously, I'd turned from most hip hop aside from some Conscious Rap because I have always been an active listener and could never get behind the message being delivered even though I loved the beats, bass and catchy hooks.
I consider The 6th a success because Flame MASTERS both:
The Great Deception -- This song begins with the story of Original Sin and utilizes Adam and Eve's fall to mirror our current battle with sin today. Flame takes what some Christians consider an elementary bible story to reflect where our Kingdom stands today. His delivery is better than many prominent preachers.
Try Me -- This is a fun song about Soldiers for Christ being more than conquerors. His delivery is so empowering and the lyrics are so catchy that at the end of the track you exclaim, "Man, I wish the enemy would Try Me right now! I'd go off."
This album is definitely a bridge album that still heavily references The Word. I can't tell you how many times I have heard a biblical reference and turned to that chapter to read more. Almost every song will have you moving. The entire CD is worthy of jamming in the car and even amongst a house of non believers who normally state " I don't like Christian music."