sojogram Sojourners sojogram April 5, 2019
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"'Gangster rap' and its successor, 'Trap music,' are often thought of as being as far away from Christian morals as the East is from West," writes Kyrie Mason. "Heavy on percussion and profanity, its tracks hit hard and depict the violence of black life interspersed with tales of excess, sex, and money." But as Mason admits, "it was rap — full of violence and indecency — which deepened my life and colored some of my most profound religious experiences." Read more about finding the spirit of Jesus in trap music at sojo.net (link in bio).

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