Alex “Customary” Post thinks non-Christians should feel welcome in church.
Those around him, though, often feel more judged than loved.
Here’s an excerpt of Rapzilla’s interview Customary about the album he released on August 5th.
Video Premiere: Manafest - Edge of My Life
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Social Club - Benjamin Trillington
They first brought you "Chocolate Bobka", now Beat Politicians producer D-Flow and Social Club hit you with a new, nasty, bass heavy single, "Benjamin Trillington".
2. Get With Us ft. Sean Simmonds
3. Mind Made Up
4. Pop Pop Pop
5. Up Down ft. Charmaine
6. Favor ft. Canton Jones
7. Bring You Out ft. Melissa T
8. Talk This Way
9. Crumbs ft. Jessica Reedy
10. Trust In You ft. Mali Music
11. Nothing Like Us ft. Ryan Stevenson & Charmaine
12. Your Love ft. KJ52 & Michelle Bonilla
13. Put It Down
14. The Reunion Cypha ft. God’s servant, J.A.Z., shai linne, C-Lite, Cruz Cordero & DJ Wade-O
Looks like you can pre-order it on Amazon too. Stay tuned to Rapzilla for the exclusive Listening Session!
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Recently some popular artists in the Christian Music scene made a decision to stop making music that appeals to the “christian market” in lieu of making music that appeals to the general market. In fact, the word that they used to describe what they do is “secular” music. I believe, as long as they as HUMAN BEINGS stay rooted in scripture, I think it is possible to make “secular” music for the glory of God and advancement of His kingdom.
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