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Anomaly

Anomaly

September 9, 2014
4.8 out of 5 stars 508 customer reviews

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This was my first Lecrae album. I'm not usually into rap, but this middle-aged white lady wanted to support what Lecrae is doing in the young generation. The download was purely just to financially support the artist.

After one listen, I was hooked! I could actually understand his lyrics and he's brilliant with his rhyme! Never thought I'd be driving down the road rockin my head to a rap beat, but I am. Within a week, I downloaded Gravity, Church Clothes and Church Clothes 2. This is my favorite Lecrae album but they're all great.
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Over the past several years, Lecrae has certainly lived up to his self-proclaimed title of "Anomaly" by simultaneously engaging the common Christian household and mainstream hip-hop community. Lecrae said about this album "Conceptually, it's about how I deviate from the norm just being a product of Hip-Hop, but yet staying true to who I am and what I'm about, even though the culture is going its own route. It's saying `Man, I don't care. I'll be different."

Sonically, Lecrae is at the top of his game. His home base for most of the songs here are heavy synths, thick bass lines, and pounding drums. On top of this, he dabbles in a shocking number of sounds/instruments throughout the album including strings, piano, tribal chants, foreign languages, acoustic guitar, horns, and dripping water (among others). There are many different vibes throughout "Anomaly" to keep things fresh while still making the songs flow together.

These catchy and memorable beats are backed with smooth and flowing raps. Lecrae has always been a master at crafting words to convey a strong message and "Anomaly" is no exception. While none of the tracks off this album gave me the same goosebumps that songs like "Just Like You" and "Don't Waste Your Life" have in the past, their more accessible themes still maintain the authentic, passionate, and reflective tone that Lecrae is so well known for. Part of the reason for this is that theology is not as prominent in this album as in some of his previous albums. There are still a few songs that have a Christ-centered message ("Give In", "Broken", "Messengers") and most of the songs have spiritual references scattered throughout.
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Ok to be honest the only reason why I got this cd was cause Kari Jobe was on here. When I saw For King & country was on here it exciting me even more. Out of all stuff I've seen Kari Jobe do this here Broken song was the most surprise and unique ever from Kari Jobe. I never imagined that Lecrae could actually do Worship song with rap mix in it. To me out of all the songs on this cd Broken & Messengers are most worshipful songs on the whole cd. The other songs are still good to. They declare a clear powerful message that really gets you to thinking. Lecrae just being down to earth and He truly raps with an honest Heart for Jesus Christ. Lecrae really is only Christian rap music I listen to. I was very bless get see Lecrae at Winter Jam Tours of this year. He really does sound good live. I also love the song on here called Nuthin. Its real catching. It was blessing to know that Lecrae song All i need is you was the very song that bump Nicki Minaj to number 2 on iTunes charts. I really appreciate Lecrae rap music cause His rap music is clean and it gives us Christian something worth to rap to. Most rap music that's of the world leads you into temptation. Where as Lecrae rap music helps you to avoid the temptation. In JESUS we are made to be overcomers. I've heard all songs on this cd there's not one song on here that's hard to like.
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I am picky when it comes to music. The last full album I purchased was Hans Zimmer's extraordinary Man of Steel: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, but that was in summer 2013. So, it's been a minute.

Then I heard that Christian rapper Lecrae was number #1 on Billboard last month--a fact I could not fathom. I knew of LeCrae, and I had a few of his singles--I got love for "Background" and "Hands High"--but even with Christian rappers, I get singles, not albums.

But I wanted to see what cause the fuss, and I listened to the album preview on iTunes. The 90-second glimpses were hit and miss, but I added a few songs to my wishlist. I later discovered that Reach Records' Youtube Page has lyric videos for each song, allowing a person to legally sample the entire album if they chose. And I did.

Within two passes, I was sold.

Listening to an album in full is a far different experience then listening to 90-second previews on iTunes, and LeCrae's Anomaly is a quick listen. Clicking in at 58 minutes, the 15-Track album feels like a "greatest influences" record of the last ten years. "Nuthin" sounds like one of Kanye West's earlier, more successful anthems with a lost beat from Bad Boy Records; and contrastingly, "Outsiders" echoes the feel of Kanye's artistically successful yet altogether dismissed 808's and Heartbreaks. "Messengers" has Nelly's flow all over it , and is one of the best exit tracks I've heard in some time.
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