Yahweh Collective Encourages You to “Speak Loud” at GoBU
Personally I couldn’t believe Keeso was in the front on his feet after being shot at work just 4 weeks ago! Read that story here.
YC want you to know that this song is an answer to pain and frustration often found at the epicenter of the subject. True hope can be found even at the eye of any storm, the gospel provides sufficient answers that unifies. They believe that you will find true harmony in community if we speak up for peace instead of being silent with indifference.
In the video below YC perform an acoustic version of an original song called “Speak Loud”. I’m certain that you would love to hear a studio sometime in the future...and neither can I.
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Aiight, Im out
In this episode we play an old school game of Rock-Paper-Scissors and feature the tracks we're listening to live. Then we discus the all important fine art of tea and biscuit eating…we debunk the dunk or not to dunk scenarios.
“You oughta know thy biscuit”.
In this episode we load we explore the reasons why it would be beneficial to collaborate more with each other in CHH, there is a sense of exclusivism that is now inherent in our community. How can we bridge the gap and build on the very fundamentals of our faith in the genre and community we enjoy?
We tackle how we can be more motivational to our church’s venues where we gather to embrace CHH. Is it that simple to motivate or do we need to do more?
We also chop up some tips for mixing your music, whether it’s you or someone else, we discussed some important pointers and factors.
In this episode we load the questions…
How can we make CHH authentic to itself? Is it possible to have something we can identify as CHH? A sound needs a message, by our message and substance is how we can be identified by who we are right? Surely Originality comes from a level of honesty with truth…right?
Episode 15 is here, lets go!
We are at Episode 14 and we go straight into a big one…
Gospel artist Le’Andria Johnson caught in a precarious situation on video, smoking, drinking, and cussing. How do we as Christians discern between talent and anointing?
Have we been conditioned to see anointing in a certain way, by people raising their hands or falling over, which at most times seems ingenuine and legalistic?
Are Christians being silenced because we are labelled ‘judgy’?
We discuss Trackstarz interview with Lecrae and the decisions he has made in the past. The struggle against fame and recognition. At times CHH requires total transparency from artists into the core recesses of their lives, which at times may not be required or warranted, however, the demand remains for absolute transparency on social media as we discuss Datin, J Givens.
Can the constant battle in CHH eventually sour and dampen the mood and desire for growth in CHH?
Are people abusing the power of social media?
Will we ever find a resolution to Christian Rapper and Rapper who is a Christian. Being a very young genre in comparison to others.
CHH Artist at times can treat it too serious and not serious enough!
– Calvin Venus
Do people see CHH as a vehicle or a culture?
Who has that grip on the #UKCHH scene? Who could bring out droves of people to their paying shows? This happens to be a very pressing issue for the future of this scene, as without the capital to produce these shows and the customers to attend the growth will be laboured and tiresome. Reach records artist seem to have found a way to get their shows heard in the UK. So the questions really are: how do we build?
We talk about S.O. new track ‘Be Mine’ discuss the versatility of the rapper in contrast from ‘The Fall’ to ‘Be Mine’ shows how he is developing his craft.
Would you pay VIP tickets on a CHH artist? Have you paid for VIP tickets what was your experience?
We discuss Music Labels and their importance to the industry.