Clear Sight Music is pleased to announce the fifth album release of it’s artist FLAME on December 28th. The album is entitled Captured. The first radio single “Surrender” is crafted to be the new 2011 anthem for Christians nationwide.  FLAME has released four albums including: self- titled FLAME, Rewind, Our World Fallen, and GRAMMY-nominated Our World Redeemed. FLAME has also been nominated for DOVE and STELLAR awards throughout his music career.

With past radio hits such as “Gotta Notice” (2005) and “Joyful Noise” (2009), Flame, is the first Midwest Christian Rap artist to receive a national platform, and with his new single “Surrender” he will definitely ignite the music charts and sales once again. “Surrender”- The album’s first single featuring the modern Pop/R&B sounds of V. Rose, is an emotionally moving song about giving it all to God and surrendering your life to him.

Now a leader in reforming the hip-hop culture that he too was engulfed in, the foundation of FLAME’s ministry is to reach those same streets with his soapbox messages to lead his listeners to Christ. As his platform continues to garner the support of many others along on the way, FLAME now reigns amongst the forefront runners in the Christian Rap industry known to challenge and encourage its audience with an unwavering clear presentation of the Gospel.

Listen for his newest single “Surrender” online and radio everywhere. Captured releases worldwide in stores and online (iTunes, Amazon, etc.) December 28.

Label/Management Contact: Crystal Gray
Media Relations: DeShaun Jones

About Clear Sight Music
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