There are those fences that we wrap around ourselves, then there are fences that are opposed on us, then there are the fences that God has set in place to protect us. Each fence has its purpose, but only one of those fences are designed to truly keep us safe. These three fences are defined in my opinion as The Fence of Isolation, The Communal Fence and The Fence of a Fortified City – hopefully by the Grace of God, we can break down and shed light on these 3 vital areas of our daily lives. #TheTruthAboutFences

Last but not least, our playlist:
– More Than Conquerors feat. Pacaso Ramirez, Mr. Marshall & Mark Collins
– Greater Than by Point5
– Lost But Now Found by Arrowz of Truth feat. Believin’ Stephen & T.K.
– Shoot Your Shot by Marqus Anthony feat. Luke G, Plain James & Enlitement
– Like That by Man of Faith
– Nothin But The Blood by Salt of tha Earth
– Doing the Most by Rob Redeemed
– Don’t Sell Yourself Short by Lady Dri feat. Angie Rose
– Mente Elevada by Roberto & Danny

Background Music by Anno Domini Nation

Most of our lives we play the game of chicken with God, and we choose on a regular basis to go our own path as though we know better, and what’s really good for us. What we fail to realize that even in us choosing our own path, that somewhere in the middle of that path, we end up colliding with God’s will. This topic leads into us discussing the fact that even in our own circumstances we have not failed to depend on God that he has our best interest at hand, and that our faith is tested through adversity. There’s also some rants about the weakness of our hearts, and Conspiracy Corner may sneak into this topic.

Secondly, we talk about BurnOut – Not just in life, our work but also in calling and in ministry. We keep it short and sweet, but offer some very practical advice and understandings on the topic. We go through some personal experience, and also state many realities that we as people fail to see. Many of us deal with burnout, and we know talking about it will help someone.

Last but not least, our playlist:
– Rescue Me by Rezurrection feat. Shelby Sullivan
– Victory Lap by Fearless feat. Choyce
– Tha Good Life by Tymon ft. Dub Dub
– Surrender by Daniel Israel
– War Ain’t Over by Dante James
– I’ll Go by Jeremy Duncan feat. Enon
– Birds by God’s Gift the Christian Rapper
– Me vs. Me by Xempt feat. Scribe Music
– Running to You by Shyne on Me

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As a Follower of Christ, our final hope is that we hear “Well Done My Good and Faithful Servant” when we leave this earth. Paul reminds us to Run our Race and to Keep the Faith. We talk about significance of these 2 phrases, how we can operate in faith, even when our path forward gets blocked or broken, and much more.

Secondly, we have special guest FFOR the Hebrew visiting with us to talk about his latest album Starfields & Quasars, a joint album with Producer & Mastermind Musician Project Pluto. We also talk about Hebrew’s upbringing, his style of music, and ask the question, “Is it really possible to reach people for Christ through Hip Hop?” We also talk about Hebrew’s relationship with Blood Related Entertainment & Not By Bread Alone Radio – and his upcoming projects. To hear more music by FFOR the Hebrew, you can visit: or

Last but not least, our playlist:
– My Brain Gets Stormy feat. Emty
– Cloudy Day
– John
– Quasar Music feat. Pacaso Ramirez & Mr. Marshall
– Ponderosa (Starfields Bebop)
– Gymnastics
– Hebrew Trumpet (Way Past Pluto Mix)
– Light Years

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When you think of a radical what comes to mind? Is it somebody that threatens Public Safety? Is it somebody that enjoys Terror? Maybe in the world where we are made to always compete with one another and duplicate what those around us do maybe those who defy the norm are radicals. Today we want to talk about what makes a radical and since we consider ourselves to be such radicals… what is life like when we seek the freedom God intended?

Last but not least, our playlist:
– Forward by Julius Witherspoon
– Surrender by Daniel Israel
– Find My Way by Donald Guy
– Faith Alone by Joshua Kriese
– Supposed to Be by Illtalian feat. Je’kob
– Conquerors by JustPierre feat. JeVo’n & TraXX
– Chopping It Up by Roberto & Danny
– Wolves by Average Joe feat. Xero
– I Wish That I Could Fly by Psalm

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It’s a New Year, so what would be better than doing a 2017 Wrap Up! Honestly, 2017 was a year of Ups and Downs, but by the Grace of God, we pulled through. Not By Bread Alone Radio grew, we merged with the Ground Floor Network, Adopting their programming and broadcasting platform, and merging our station with theirs. We gained a new show, The Project Pluto Hour featuring my brother, personal producer and man of many gifts Project Pluto, and we’ve struggled trying to help another one go live, which is Noize Radio Live – Sorry Tito, man thank you for hanging in there with us, we’ll give it another try in 2018. We’ve built up the Not By Bread Alone Radio Network not only including the Not by Bread Alone Radio team, but shows like the Project Pluto Hour, Noize Radio Live, The Ground Floor Show, Sqwad Life Radio, and Christian Platforms Undercrown Hip Hop, and our newest add, The Book Keeper @ This year, we have a whole bunch of stuff in the works, hopefully a new website developed, that I’ve been talking about for almost a year now, and with the new platform, we have a lot of new features and new directions that we aim to go in.

Shoutout to all our special guests this year – Intellect, Big Glenn, Ben Carrasquillo, Jeremy Duncan and Anthony Nelson, and hopefully we can get some more interviews scheduled for the upcoming year.

With that said, we will be forgoing a traditional show, and be playing the 28 songs that were nominated for Not By Bread Alone Radio’s Crown Reps 2017.

We hope you guys enjoy the show, thanks for all of the continued support.

Last but not least, our 2017 Crown Reps Nominees:
– Bang by Salt of tha Earth
– Just a Fool by The Collector
– Take That Tie Off by Russ Shanks
– Cloudy Day by FFOR The Hebrew
– Surrender by Alpha Team
– Let It Breathe (And Let It Be) by K.N.A.-L.E.D.G.E.
– Radio by Daunte Velvet
– Legacy by iNTELLECT feat. Dalomonze
– #OMG by Tae Lamar
– American Nightmare by Black Sheep Squad
– The Right Man by Eddie Burden
– Let It Go by Nine
– Amigos by A.K.A. Fisher
– We Need Hope by J-South feat. Shandela
– Forgive Me by NavCash
– Lost in You by Elohin feat. Ashley Garza
– Roots by Arnold Cifax Jr.
– Alien Revolution Cypher by A.O.T. Arrowz Of Truth feat. Izreal Graham, Maddlines, Rkitect, Swinn Da Example & Zaydok the Godhop MC
– Fill the Space by Wordsmith
– Bible Studies by Nehemiah Jones
– Humble by Jerrell Golden
– Violets by 3PFD
– WarCry by Mr. Marshall feat. Paul G.
– Rise Above It by Jeremy Duncan feat. U’neik
– Seasons by Benjamin De La Rosa feat. Kayla Starks
– No Paparazzi by Dat Phella feat. Mikhail Anwar
– Golden by Tymon
– Not Alone by Phil Derihl

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In Matthew 5, I believe that Jesus lays out the Art of Being in which scholars and theologists have called the Beatitudes, which is 8 principles layed out by Christ on how to live and obtain blessing from God. In this week’s episode of the Not By Bread Alone Radio show, we break down these 8 principles much deeper, and encourage the listeners to excel in these 8 areas of their lives.

Secondly, we just so happen to air on Christmas Day, so we dare to ask the question, “Why the Nativity?”. We talk about the birth of Christ Jesus, and why it was so significant. We also, share some of our most cherished Christmas Day traditions, and much more.

Last but not least, our playlist:
– Good Riddance by Dru Bex
– Celebration by Tymon
– Born in Bethlehem by Anthony Nelson & The Overcomers
– Love Unconditional by TROMP
– Times Like This by JustPierre ft. JeVo’n & Patience
– One Path by Big Glenn, RNF Status & Pacaso Ramirez
– Mercenaries by Freestyle Fam
– Golden Arrowz by Arrowz of Truth feat. 3D Remedy, Swinn, Deadman Walk​, ​Gospel City​,​ Pryzna
– Illusion by Radical Child

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It seems that the church has always separated children from the adults during services, but the big question is WHY?. Aren’t we preparing the youth for the same world we are living in? We owe it to our children to show them as much as we know… so they can add to it …and then pass it on to our grandchildren…. even better than how we gave it to them. So I kinda makes you wonder … doesn’t it?

Secondly, Social Media seems to have everyone’s attention over the last 20 years, and it seems that society has embraced it, and figures the more the better. Does it take an outsider though, to interject some common sense and to encourage some boycotting or even abstinence from Social Media. It’s an interesting conversation.

Last but not least, our playlist:
– Not Alone by Phil Derihl
– On a Sunday by DJ Phatty Bank feat. Dalomonze
– Can’t Bring Me Down by EpicMic feat. Ogasilachi & Shannon White
– Focus by Nerva
– Wickedness Revealed by 2nd Nature
– Against the Grain by Jovi Harp
– Good News by Tymon
– Incredible by BTTK
– I Can’t Breathe by Doctrinn feat. Ver’Na

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It’s quite possible that we’ve all been called a control freak at some point in each of our lives… Funny enough. But what is this obsession with control that we seem to harbour? Is it simply imbedded in our DNA or is there something more sinister at bat? Either way… this week on Not By Bread Alone Radio, we will explore this paradox and see if we can make sense of it all. Control… Who’s Got It?

Last but not least, our playlist:
– People by D.Thomas feat. B.Cooper
– Catch Me I’m Fallin by Rapture Raps & Truss City
– Enter the Whoa by SunWhoa
– Thankful by Tony Tillman
– It Won’t Be Long by Enkourage ft. Blaze & Maskerade
– Count on Him by ProCyse
– Dream On by Roy Tosh feat. Deraj & Paulo Clayton
– Please Forgive Me by Stephen I. feat. Govenor Reiss & Tromp
– Good Times: I’m Good by Soul Williams & Sean C. Johnson

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We all have wounds, and those wounds produce scars that remind us of our past. On this week’s episode of #NBBARadio, we are joined by special guest Jeremy Duncan aka JDun, as we discuss Internal Adversity. We are all familiar with Paul’s writing to the Romans in Romans 7, how he struggled with those things that he said that he didn’t want to do, and those things that he did want to do, he had a hard time accomplishing. It seems like Paul knew that these writings would go on to describe the inner warfare of every man for eternity. Our goal with this topic, is to help you as a listener identify those things that you struggle with, and to give you some great tools to push passed the adversity.

Secondly, in our interview with Jeremy Duncan. We celebrate the fact that he was the winner of the Truth Music Studio Song Contest @ Then we celebrate the fact that his music is so Gospel Focused, which has you wondering if he’s a Christian Rapper, what wouldn’t it be, but it seems that there’s a lack of Christian Integrity in today’s Christian Music. We talk about faith & obedience, and when God is promoting you, that there is no reason for us to bend over backwards to do more than God can accomplish on His own. Lastly, Jeremy Duncan shares a very timely message, that even leaves Pacaso Ramirez inspired, and feeling like the message was directly for him. For more from Jeremy Duncan, please visit:, or email

Last but not least, our playlist:
– Rise Above It by Jeremy Duncan feat. U’Neik
– Sheep in Wolves Clothing by Jeremy Duncan
– Before by Jeremy Duncan feat. Donus
– Barefoot by Jeremy Duncan
– Lust by Jeremy Duncan feat. Peter Mars [Include Skit]
– Encore by Jeremy Duncan
– Let Go by Jeremy Duncan feat. Lietenant
– Blessings by Jeremy Duncan
– Lay It Down by Jeremy Duncan feat. Ricky Ricard

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There’s an unwritten agenda in America – it seems like. You have Conspiracy Theorist, then you have people that see things, and instead of assuming, you gather facts, connect the dots, and come up with educated conclusions. In the past, you had slaves, that knew they were slaves, the were forced slaves, and lived in a slave atmosphere with slave-like accustoms to their lifestyles. Today, there’s a New Slavery – This slavery is an almost volunteered slavery – it’s enticement, it’s distraction, it’s wrapped around pleasure and immoralities that are showcased in a way to highlight immorality as moral justifications. This is what #NBBARadio is calling “The New Slavery Agenda”. Come Listen as we talk about it with our Special Guest David Singleten.

Secondly, we interview David Singleten, and talk about his upcoming, his storytelling abilities as rapper, and where that came from. How significant is the term “Christian” to him as an artist. What people can expect from his album, and much more. If you would like to know more about David Singleten, his music, and his ministry, please visit:

Last but not least, our playlist:
– In You Alone by David Singleten
– Galatians 6-9 by David Singleten
– I’ve Been Praying by David Singleten
– Introducing Satan by David Singleten
– Wait by David Singleten
– Dad Was Locked Up by David Singleten (Levi’s Story)
– Lately by David Singleten
– Trapped in Sin by David Singleten
– I Still Love Them by David Singleten
– Holy by David Singleten
– All of It by David Singleten

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