From tackling former Christian rapper Jahaziel’s objections to Christianity to just returning from touring The Netherlands, and his 3rd USA tour in the pipeline, this new release seems more than appropriate.
Following his parents divorce, expulsion from several schools, his younger sister passing away and being deaf in 1 ear… those who know MC Tempo’s story of how he came to faith via a miraculous healing will not be surprised by the content and style of WARCRY.
Since the release of ‘Direct From The Heart’, MC Tempo’s rap worship style has long been paving the way for rap music to be embraced by the modern church. WARCRY is no different as MC Tempo continues to show how Christian rap has its place united alongside Hillsong, Bethel, Tom Smith and alike.
WARCRY includes: ‘Dynamite’ referencing the explosive adventure of walking by faith, ‘The Lion’ (and the lamb) commenting on both the might and the meekness of the messiah, ‘Rescuer’ about how Jesus intervenes in those difficult seasons of life, ‘Oceans’ reflecting on being still before Him and ‘Holy Spirit’ inviting God to move.
WARCRY fuses well known worship classics that we hear on Sunday mornings and on prolific Christian radio stations. There is a strong sense of the relationship that MC Tempo has with God. Its comes through this EP.
There are times where the flow seems to be a bit disjointed with the beat, but the words hold deep weight regardless. Not only does it hold deep relevance but and encouragement to those in the faith. Honestly I think that MC Tempo is onto something here, a collaboration between the different genre’s in the body.
Where are the collaborations like the ones he has mixed into this EP? Let’s make them happen more!
There needs to be more projects like WARCRY. Get your copy today, add this to your collection of UK Christian Rap!
- The Lion
- Holy Spirit
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