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The Last Missionary

April 24, 2012 | Format: MP3

$8.99
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its eloquent rhymes unbelievable to the human ear wow it really makes me look at underground hiphop different not only that is has CHRISTIAN MESSAGES AS WELL thank you GOD for men like the Stephen the Levite he brings it underrated artist for sure whole another level reach
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In a genre which often comes off as a mere microcosm of it's secular counterpart - where rappers wait for top 10 secular artists to dictate their sound - Stephen the Levite's unique lyrical approach is a breath of fresh air. Search high and low and you won't find another emcee like him - soli Deo goria. The Last Missionary is proof that God can use the simple and unprofound things to get glory for Himself. It is also proof that Christian hiphop has more to offer than what the secular market often sees it as - a cute attempt at imitation. If you are into intellectual, lyrical, Christ glorifying hip-hop, with a progressive yet rootsy sound - this album is for you!!! Classic!
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Let me be clear. I often rate a Christian Hip-Hop artist's effort a 4 or 5.

They are TRUE 4 or 5's.

What can I say about this latest effort from Stephen? I'm a 80s kid so I grew up listening to hip-hop. I'm from NYC originally anyway. My point is when I rocked the world's raps, I repped the Wu, Mobb Deep, KRS-One, Boot Camp etc.

I rocked Pharcyde, Del, and Souls of Mischief.

What Stephen did with this joint right here is TOOK ME BACK to the foundation but he flipped it because it's ALL LYRICALLY on point laced with the Gospel and true Reality rhymes.

Favorite Tracks:
Voltron, Fight Club, Dividing Lies, Rehoboam, Enter:Missionary, The First and Last Missionary(ies)

I mean, what I rate a 5 is a 5.

This is a 5 !!!
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It's been a minute since we've heard from one half of the Redeemed Thought crew who goes by the name Stephen the Levite. After his debut release ...To Die is Gain in 2006 he almost completely fell off the radar, minus a feature here & there. That didn't mean that fans weren't clamoring for him to drop more heat. After a four year hiatus he teased us with a little project called The Forerunner EP, with the promise of more raps to come. After it seemed like that long awaited album would never come, here comes the Levite with his sophomore LP titled The Last Missionary.

As you look at the artwork for this album, you can see that it's clouded with quite a bit of mystery. You've got this shadowy cloaked figure staring across the waters at a huge metropolis. Then, you've got this Japanese writing going down the side, which most of us have no idea what it means. After all of that, you finally read the title: The Last Missionary. What does that even mean? Who is the last missionary? As a matter of fact, who was the first? Intrigued yet? Stephen the Levite hopes so, because if you are then you're exactly where he wants you. So, let's talk about this album, hopefully without giving any spoilers that take away from the album's mystery for those who have yet to hear it.

One of the things that you'll notice fairly quickly about Stephen the Levite is that he's a hip-hop purist and his music reflects this. This is evident from the very first track when you're hit with raw lyricism over a quiet & melodic boom bap east coast beat that leaves you wondering why he went so long without giving us anything to listen to. It's on this first track that you get introduced to "The First Missionary," which sets the tone for the remainder of the album.
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