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Dedge P and Classmaticc team up on new single.

Everything is about how God is our everything no matter what we are going through.

Being friend zoned hurts. Most of us have dealt with it at some point in our lives. Isaac Mather’s newest song, Now I Know, goes into depth about his own personal experience with rejection.

Taxi is a one-minute gospel song that expresses need of having truth and a strong foundation in your life.

DOXA’s Change, featuring Takim, is about the changing power of Christ over our individual lives. Eddie and Vic share how Christ came into and changed their lives. Takim brings his soulful voice to give thanks to God for that change.

Keep Your Head Up, featuring MiQuel and Knick Knack’s 7-year-old daughter Anaiah, is an anthem!

Empowering message reminding us of our identity in Christ. Powerful bars, dope beat, and something to ride to with it on repeat. From Hawaii to Louisiana to Virginia, the Lord set up the development of this song.

“Keep Your Head Up, don’t you know you’re an image-bearer. Made In His likeness, in Christ you’re righteous and a joint heir!!!”

Josiah Williams shares how Ephesians 4 encourages spiritual maturity and transparency. To get there, we have to acknowledge where we are. No Lie is the declaration that Williams is fully living for Jesus Christ and fighting for his destiny.

Feature: Phil J

Coping Mechanisms, by Kenneth King, has a heavy vibe with dark subject matter. It is deeply rooted in honesty and truth. At times that’s exactly how scripture feels.

Feature: Heidi Faye

Jesus came, died, and was buried. Then, he rose from the dead.

Mourning Son, by BVN, shares the resurrection story and what it means for those who believe.

“Three days past Mourning Son, He rose with morning sun,” – BVN

Clean is from the perspective of a person being cleansed by God. This song displays a heart of gratitude for deliverance and the sacrifice of God through his Son. This song was inspired by Psalm 51:

Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean; Wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.

Summer Rain is a metaphor for Jesus when we are in a storm. We know through it all, the Son is with us even when we are soaked in life’s problems.