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Continuing to build off of his 2021 release of the album In the Ruins of Dreamland, Tentmaker Music’s A.K.A. Fisher drops his newest single.

Shooting Gallery features Christian Hip Hop legend KJ-52 along with Tentmaker labelmate Old Man Xero.

This track, and video, are so hot the very demons of hell are sweating bullets!

The song speaks directly to the enemy of the Church. It challenges his grip on humanity by reminding him of his true place…the bottom. It is a reminder to the people of God that they have the power and authority to vanquish the whiles of the devil. Stay vigilant through adversity by prayer, supplication, and faith in Christ.

“I like to talk trash,” says Fisher in reference to his gun-play style lyrics in the song. “Instead of cowering in fear and misery, why not remind the enemy of what happens to him in the end?”

In the Ruins of Dreamland was released on January 2, 2021. Check it out now via Tentmaker’s Bandcamp page here.


Peep the video below and hit the comments to share your thoughts!

Season Two, Ep. 11 of the FiveTwenty Collective Podcast featuring Lucky Murray and Old Man Xero!

This episode includes the featured song “Ivory Hill” by Old Man Xero and a discussion with CHH YouTube personality Lucky Murray.

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On this episode of Beyond the DMs, host Eric N. Boston (@EricBoston3) is joined by Christian artist and podcaster Xero (@xeroforhire)

The two discuss music, social media, and politics and the role those things play in regards to the Church and Christians today.

One of the best parts of being involved with a group that authentically desires to see others succeed is this…

…you get to come across all sorts of gifts, talents, and skillsets.

Each one looking for an opportunity to be polished and shined.

That being said, because there is such a large pool of talent that God uses and gives us access to, it becomes important that we learn not to limit ourselves without compromising. This comes to bear when listening to “Wayfairing Stranger” by Old Man Xero.

First off, what I didn’t see coming was that this offering wasn’t simply another CHH record.

Excitedly, it’s not a CHH record at all!

Xero, the host of his The Xero Hour podcast, is a Christian Techno/EDM artist so this track has a very rave vibe…but without the drug-infused, sex-encouraging content most secular dance parties employ.

“Wayfairing”, oddly enough, is actually the cover of a Johnny Cash song by the same title.

The record speaks of the Christian’s pilgrimage through this life and the focus we should have on the next. Precisely timed execution make this unique interpretation enjoyable without being headache invoking.

While Xero is not primarily a rap or hip hop artist, he’s certainly no stranger to CHH. He has worked with artists like Marqus Anthony on other renderings.

What I love most about Xero’s “Stranger” is that it helps debunk the belief that in order to listen to music you’ve liked pre-Christ you have to go back to that pre-Christ music. That’s a fallacy and is a very seductive lie from the enemy. God has given the Body the ability to create sonic canvases in any and every genre that, in many ways, trumps our worldly counterparts.

If dance party music is your thing, but Jesus is more, then check out “Wayfairing Stranger” and other tracks from Old Man Xero.

You’re welcome!

Get a sample of the new track by Old Man Xero below and hit the comments to let us know what you think!