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Tags: Music, Pro, ReachRecords, Trip Lee
Been waiting for this one!! Pro’s sophomore release on Reach Records due out Aug 23!
Death. While we all know it’s a guarantee, most of us cringe at the thought.
Life. Everybody wants to enjoy it. We want to preserve it. At all costs.
And since you’re going to die, you might as well do what thou wilt while you’re still living. Right?
Well, what if what we call living is merely wandering to and fro under the illusion that we are in control; when, in fact, our thoughts, our urges, our selfish ambitions and our deepest longings have us enslaved? That’s not living. It’s existing without purpose. But how do we overcome this chasm? Is there a solution?
Pro offers his: Dying to Live.
Following the success of Redemption, Pro returns with his second album Dying to Live–a theatrical celebration of death as the only way to life. The funeral procession is led by “A Life Worth Dying For,” an atypical eulogy that exposes mankind’s failure to see past ourselves and our surroundings to discover life, which can only be found in Christ. The intergalactic first single “Mission to Mars,” featuring and produced by PK, sets the bar for the level of production on this album offering an out of this world farewell to the mundane life. Dying to Live continues to thrill with the exhilarating, heavy metal laden “Full Court Mess” ft. KB; and hard-hitting bangers “No One Greater” ft. J’Son and Trip Lee; and “Never Back Down” ft. S.O. and Thi’sl. The album also features the melodic sounds of Jenny Norlin on “This Can’t Be” and Niya on “So Far Gone.” Other highlights include Lecrae and Tedashii on the gritty anthem “Going In” and Suzy Rock on the soul-stirring ode “Drink From His Cup.” Production from Pro, Joseph Prielozny, Tony “Stone” Shepherd, Cheesebeats, Big Juice and others makes Dying to Live an invigorating project.
“Within all men there’s a desire–to push through the pain and not burn as we walk through the fire. Though we know there’s something much greater than us, our heart’s desire tells us the only thing important is us. From life’s first cry to our final resting position is a constant jockeying for significance and attention. And as we chase the grim reaper with his diamond-covered (i)cicle, or send our brothers to meet him with vanity’s pistol, it’s clear that we are craving life–yet misdirected, trapped in a snare of night. Who can save us from this dastardly device? Give us purpose as we claw and we fight! This can’t be it. I’m sure there’s more. Show us a life worth dying for.”
‘Cus we’re Dying to Live!
Tags: Lecrae, Music, ReachRecords, Video
Around every corner is the lure to consume. A desire to be satisfied. Unfortunately no human being has found anything under the sun that brings satisfaction. So we consume more, and more, and more. Eventually, we overdose. However, there is hope–if Christianity is our Rehab. In Jesus, satisfaction can be found. Grace, love, peace and hope can be found…and there is always more. Consume more of Jesus. Overdose.
Rehab: The Overdose officially hits stores and online outlets 1.11.11.
Check out the promo video below.
Also, place your order today so you can be among the first to get an extra dose!
To pre-order Rehab: The Overdose album go here.
To pre-order Rehab: The Overdose combo packages go here.
To pre-order the new The Overdose Tshirt go here.
Get ready for The Overdose on 1.11.11!
Tags: Lecrae, Music, reach records, Rehab, Trip Lee
Our friends at Reach Records are at it again with Lecrae’s soon to be released cd “Rehab”. Here’s a little info on what we can expect from this much anticipated project……..
Anger, depression, addiction, and discontentment: just a few of the ills that plaque many a man. The solutions: join a group, read a book, basically, YOU can win this battle!
But what about the war? In solely attacking the behaviors or the external problems in our lives the origin of our issues is overlooked. Essentially, we try to alter effects, instead of exploring and tackling the cause. Some don’t realize the root of their problems is internal, in fact spiritual. Others recognize, but underestimate how serious their problems are. And even still, as believers, we trust in ourselves to overcome by our own strength.
Out of a burden to encourage and challenge others, while also confessing his own struggles in this area, Lecrae offers REHAB. On his long-awaited fourth album, Lecrae informs listeners that because of our sinful nature we all need rehabilitation, healing, and restoration back to the original state of unity with God. The universal solution to all our problems is not found in anything but Jesus. The Christian life is therefore an entrance into rehab.
Fittingly, the REHAB experience begins with “Check In,” as Lecrae prepares himself and his audience to leave behind their addictions and hindrances and enter rehabilitation. What follows is not the usual compilation of sermons and theology-driven lyrics listeners have come to expect from Lecrae. Instead, REHAB is full of gritty, heartfelt, vulnerable and even emotional songs like “Just Like You,” which specifically explores the impact of substitutionary role models that pale in comparison to the perfect example found in Christ.
Lecrae gets support from Sho Baraka, Trip Lee, Tedashii, Pro, J.R., Benjah and many others along the journey towards restoration—with several memorable collaborations. PK, CheeseBeats, J.R., and Benjah contribute on production and sonically, help take the listener along a soul-full ride. REHAB also features bangers like “Use To Do It Too” and “High” along with the anthems “Children of the Light,” “40 Deep,” and “Walking On Water”–on which Lecrae boasts in God’s ability to empower the weakest of men.
Lecrae’s prayer is that people will not just gain practical insight for their lives, but they would find real sympathy from him and mostly, Jesus. He is more than our healer. He IS our healing. He doesn’t just offer us peace. He IS our peace. And He IS our rehabilitation. So find rest for your weary soul and joy in the midst of life’s ups and downs by checking into REHAB.
For information on how you can pre-order this CD Check it out here .
Tags: Between Two Worlds, Music, reach records, Trip Lee, Video
This is the first video from Trip’s new project “Between Two Worlds”…….
Tags: DJ Official, Missions, ReachRecords, Video
Thought I would share this and help spread the word about the new video off of DJ. Officials “EnterMission” album. Plus this happens to be my favorite song, so enjoy…….
Tags: DWYL, Haiti, Lecrae, Music, ReachRecords, Video
Go to itunes and purchase this song. 100% of all the money made will go help support the relief efforts in Haiti.
Tags: 116 Clique, DJ Official, Lecrea, Music, ReachRecords, Tedashii, Trip Lee
After producing for over 10 years and serving as traveling deejay, Official finally has the opportunity to reveal the dynamic of his skill-set on one project. The album is purposed to influence Christians to think about the Great Commission (Matt 28:19) and the Great Commandment (Luke 10:27) on a local level. As Christians we have a personal mission field, which consist of those that God has placed in our sphere of influence. With a missional mindset we can affect the people around us with the Gospel message by the way we live and conduct ourselves in our everyday walk. This is a message that needs to be heard and with everything from Reggae, Downsouth, East Coast, Commercial, Underground, Electro, and Rock/Hipster featured on the album there is something for everyone!
EnterMission features over 20 artists such as Lecrae, Flame, Sho Baraka, JR, Tedashii, Trip Lee, R-Swift, Thi’sl, Jahaziel, and more! Every single track on EnterMission is produced by DJ Official.
Check it out on ITunes or go to the store a buy it. Just get it!
Tags: don't waste your life, John Piper, Lecrae, life, Music, sermon jam
I’m posting this one for me. If it speaks to you too that would be awesome……….
Thanks to Ben Davis for posting this on Facebook….