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My name is Cassandra and I believe in spreading positivity through the gifts we were granted. Ever since I was a child I always knew doing something creative with my life was a calling, a purpose, a God given mission to fulfil.I love to write, speak, encourage, produce videos, create comedy and live out my purpose, giving back to this wonderful universe.

Cavell drops B.A.M.N Music Video

Cavell drops B.A.M.N Music Video

Mancunian (from Manchester, UK) Christian rapper Cavell has produced a catchy cracker here.

B.A.M.N broken down By Any Means Necessary is similar to songs that you may have heard from artists producing secular music (Lethal Bizzel’s POW springs to mind) the genius with these types of tracks is the one word that grabs your attention, instantly making you able to get involved with the song without knowing every single word. From there, you can almost certainly pick up the rest of the track easily, but it all starts with one word.

Watch: J Vessel – DREAMS

Watch: J Vessel – DREAMS

What initially struck me with J Vessel – DREAMS was the video. Upon first watching it I wasn’t sure what the relevance of the homeless lady was. The track itself only mentioned giving to the poor once, so my mind was pondering on how it’d all tie together.

But here comes the most cliché thing to ever say, “God works in mysterious ways”. Well, in this case not so ‘mysterious’ but you get my drift.

Watch: Happi – Southside (Music Video)

Happi – Southside

This track from Christian Artist Happi – Southside is a track I have a lot to say on for many different reasons. Let’s start with the ‘controversial’…

In reality, this isn’t a track that is directly spreading the gospel of Christ in its traditional format so if you’re looking for something to tell you how much Jesus loves you, to give your life to Christ or to surrender to Him this isn’t it (if we take it for face value).

LEON ANTHONY DROPS MUSIC VIDEO TO SINGLE ‘BOUNCE’ FT. DWAYNE TRYUMF

BOUNCE is definitely a track I’d play to my non-Christian friends to show them that Christian rap is alive and well. On first hearing my old super religious head popped up and asked all the typical questions.

Is the beat ‘worldly’? Is it really spreading the gospel? Is the video promoting the Prince of Peace? Is it just the beat that’s catchy?