Why do we suffer? Why does God allow all this pain? These questions and more are addressed thoroughly by Believin Stephen on his debut album 'The Suffering Servant'. The heavily thematic album tackles the topic of suffering in a threefold manner:
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Captured is an album that was derived from a personal burden on FLAME’s heart. When reflecting upon the state of the world and the church, FLAME noticed that people fell into two categories:

1. being captured by sin and still under its grip and control; or
2. having been captured by God and under His rule and sway.

Yet, he saw something similar in both groups: the need to be recaptured. The non-Christian needs to be captured by God for the first time, while the Christian needs to constantly be captured by God’s beauty, His holiness, and His grace. As the psalmist says in Psalm 42, “As a deer pants for flowing streams so pants my soul for you, O God. My soul thirsts for God for the living God…” This is the language of one who is captured and is being captured by a holy God and a sweet Savior.

FLAME takes you on a journey from what its like to be captured from birth to childhood to adulthood and then throughout your Christian journey. FLAME shares many personal stories of how God captured him and is continuing to capture him. He also gives a glimpse of how he and all the saints will eventually be captured once and for all in the presence of God. This album is a plea and a call for God’s created people and His children to follow hard after God and to cling to Him. Who or what has captured you?
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Around every corner is the lure to consume--a desire to be satisfied. Unfortunately, no human being has found anything under the sun that brings lasting satisfaction. So, we consume more and more and more. Eventually, we overdose. But there is hope--if Christianity is our Rehab. In Jesus, satisfaction can be found. Grace, love, peace and hope can be found...and there is always more. Consume more of Jesus. Overdose.
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Confirmation is in that the cover on the flyer is the official album cover for Lecrae's upcoming album "Rehab: The Overdose" releasing January 11th 2011. You can pre-order the album on Amazon.com.

Leave a comment with your thoughts on the cover.



Xperiment just returned home from competing in the Red Bull Big Tune beat battle in Chicago, IL. For video from the battle, Xperiment's thoughts, and a free download of his latest project 'Precipitation: The Soundcloud Collection', keep reading.

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As a well-known evangelist who travels the nation spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ, it might not come as a great surprise that Beverly Broadus has tried to use her influence to change lives for the better.

In fact, Broadus is a 47-year member of her local Baptist church.

But at an age when most people are slowing down she has embarked on a fledgling career in the music industry.

This gives her something in common with her more famous son, Calvin Broadus — also known as Snoop Dogg.
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1. Yung Hayte - Intro
2. I'm a Rider ft. Soul
3. Father Help Us
4. Rocked by Grace ft. Matt Vollmar (of The Great Romance)
5. Get Low (Limbo)
6. Dopeman
7. Wake Up Soldiers (2002) ft. FLAME
8. He Gone (Tank)
9. Yung Hayte - Life's Hard
10. Parade
11. Lift Him High ft. Pastor AD3

Releases 11/23/10