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Rhema Soul

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Diverse, trick and slammin’ hip-hop. As musical as Mat Kearney at times, but edgy and street level with the right amount of distortion in the beats at other extremes. Fans of Tobymac will dig this (partly possibly due to the fact that Andy Anderson co-produced it), but it’ll appeal beyond that crowd. The multiple vocals rock.


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