“The Cross vs The Switchblade” is like a musical experience of urban life & culture through the eyes of a believer but also has the ability to cross over to the secular scene, as it deals with many “real” issues, still very clear when it comes to communicating the core message. Christ.
Revival Riddim, brings a lot of expectation because of the features on this one, a track that you would hit on repeat lyrically. The bars need to be digested time and time again because it’s heavily packed with good and well written content. Maine, Skye & Dwayne Tryumf feature on this number.
Its been some time since we’ve heard Dwayne Tryumf on a track, and its good to hear him back to some effect. He ends the track with something that captures the reality from The Cross vs The Switchblade
…what you gonna do fight or run.
The Cross vs The Switchblade tackles pressing topics like knife & gun crime, promiscuity and drugs, coupled alongside salvation, the Bible and the pending return of Jesus Christ. A black sheep effect, as not too many if any at all, are talking like this. But halfway through this EP, you begin to appreciate these artist who are emphatically championing the banner for them topics.