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Spoken Worth Announces Newest Poetry Album @spokenworth

By Eric N. Boston @EricBoston3 | May 26, 2021

The essence of hip hop can be found within the lyricists.

Street poets who tap into the veins of the community surrounding them. The separation between spoken word and a Top 40 hit may be as simple as an 808.

On his newest album, spoken word artist Spoken Worth entrenches himself within the Christian Hip Hop genre while staying true to the art form that sparked his passion.

The Terre Haute, IN native returns with his first full-length project since 2018’s ‘Pariah’. Not only is he continuing to collaborate with notable CHH producers (Dillon Chase, OnBeatMusic), but he is stepping even further into the space by tabbing several of today’s top independent rappers (J. Crum, Mitch Darrell, Dillion Chase) to add a new sonic experience to ‘Crucible Chronicles’.

Releasing on May 28, 2021, Spoken Worth describes his latest project as follows,

Crucible Chronicles is an authentic, vulnerable, and challenging spoken word poetry album. It leads the listener on a journey of self-reflection, truth, and hope.” He continues, “Follow along in the journey of a young child who falls, is buried in his shadow and wounds, but then wrestles God to rise again. Join him as he travels through time to find the God given gold that his soul desperately needs. You may just find yours also.”

Not only does Spoken Worth team up with industry veteran Dillion Chase (Die Daily) for production and an album feature, but Chase also lends his engineering talents by Mixing & Mastering the project.

‘Crucible Chronicles’ can be heard across digital music retailers. Click here to find your favorite music provider. 

Those who pre-order/save the project can enter for a chance to win $50!

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Album Details

Title: Crucible Chronicles

Release Date: May 28, 2021

Artist: Spoken Worth

Production: Longstory (Bryan Conway), Dillon Chase, OnBeatMusic

Features: Mitch Darrell, J. Crum, Dillon Chase, Thomas L. Thomas

Engineering: Dillon Chase

Artwork: Bryan Conway

Check out the lead single “Wrestle” featuring J. Crum. Hit the comments and let us know what you think!

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