Idiomz da Prophesayer (real name Damon Curtis) is a rapper that expresses his Christian faith through music. His single, “False Prophets,” is almost exactly what its name suggests – a warning about false prophets. With the advent of the Internet’s information superhighway, it’s easier now than ever for false prophets and various religious kooks to
What I like about Lua C’s production is that it is clean. Maybe that subtle jazziness is not your thing; however, you cannot deny the fact that it all comes together in a relatively timeless package. I discovered Lua by accident while surfing Soundcloud. Sometimes, accidental discoveries turn out to be the best types of
CasMetah and wonder Brown have teamed up to bring us an eclectic offering which boast of a classic hip-hop sound. The album is called “The Darke Bros.” and it is a must-have for your collection. I have to admit that my familiarity with Cas and Wonder is relatively new. I mean, I knew that they
Stephen The Levite offers another biblically sound, lyrically sound endeavor for our edification and enjoyment. Ever since I heard Stephen for the first time, I was drawn in to his art. He has a unique sound to his voice, versatile flows and lyrics that make you pay attention. The First Missionary is no different. First
This isn’t a term that you hear on a regular basis unless you are in some business circles. It refers to a tenet of a marketing strategy. In business marketing, the Gemini effect includes an incentive, a freebie and a hook – all of which have been crafted for the sake of building customer loyalty.
Okay, so I’m a day late and a dollar short when it comes to my write-up of my man Praverb’s “Professional Hobbyist”CD. After all, it was released last October and here we are going into April . . . fortunately, I believe that any press is good press; and, along with the fact that Praverb recently