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REVIEW: Reblah x Cerose release dual EP “The Cross vs The Switchblade”

REVIEW: Reblah x Cerose release dual EP “The Cross vs The Switchblade”

Cerose & Reblah join forces to give us the hard hitting Gospel EP! Both from South London & both previously popular names on the secular music scene before becoming Christians, after collaborating on Reblah’s song “Blood of the Lamb” the chemistry between them was evident. So the pair felt lead to put their talents and contacts together to produce this body of work.

This is a great project with a variety of different musical styles from hard Hip Hop to Dancehall/Afro beats to contemporary pop, there’s something for everyone on this. The two artists different sounds really compliment each other not leaving out there are some amazing beats from very talented producers around the world.

J Vessel battles not to ‘Lose Control’ in his new track with visuals

REVIEW: Have you heard artist Marc Jones debut track ‘Alright’?

Have you heard artist Marc Jones debut track ‘Alright’?

Opening with a trap music style introduction- Alright by Marc Jones features some pretty heavy flows. He delivers confidently matching the standard of Cerose and Melvillious. The beat will have you bopping along, but I found it somewhat flat musically and lacking variety. This will sound better live in front of an audience…. With a heavy sound system! So turn this one up for the full effect!

J Vessel battles not to ‘Lose Control’ in his new track with visuals

Faith Child in Malawi for track ‘Our Father’ – Music Video Review

Faith Child in Malawi for track ‘Our Father’ – Music Video Review

The sandy beaches, blue skies and Malawi sunshine will whisk you away from the present winter weather in Faith Child’s new music video for his single Our Father.

Opening in a similar format to a feature film – the voice over of the Lords Prayer in the native language – over a nights sky is a prologue to the sunrise, beginning of the core video and thus the beginning of the track.

J Vessel battles not to ‘Lose Control’ in his new track with visuals