Bryann T| Spiritually Completed

Bryann T

Spiritually Completed

Bryann T of Kingdom Muzic is focused on keeping Christ centered and His word at the forefront of the Kingdom Muzic ministry. They are “ministers before musicians”.  Continue reading “Bryann T| Spiritually Completed”


Heesun Lee | All Out feat. Ted Smith

Artist: Heesun Lee

Song: All Out

Heesun Lee goes hard

I’m not sure how I am JUST NOW finding out about her. I read a little bit of her bio and saw that she struggled with identity. Well, I think she found it in Christ and hip hop for sure!!

Her song, All Out, starts and you just know it is about to go hard. The beat, itself, is real nice. It’s a little different than you usually hear, but she isn’t your typical artist.

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Heesun is a dope artist. She has a very aggressive style that is portrayed front and center on this song. Her flow pattern is fast and aggressive.

The hook gets you moving as well. It tells you what she’s all about. It explains and sums up the song. It is everything it should be.

It is hard to review a song that speaks for itself. With that said, go have a listen.


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Doctrinn | I Can’t Breathe feat. Ver’Na



Featuring: Ver’Na

Song: I Can’t Breathe (coming September 11, 2017)

Doctrinn stays relevant in the music industry. He hosts radio shows, creates flyer, videos, and many more talents. He has an ever changing sound that you will hear on Monday, September 11.

New song by Doctrinn featuring Ver’Na. Doctrinn does something new with this one and, I have to admit, I like it. He equips a new flow pattern mixed with a slightly new style. For what this song needed, it went perfect.

The song itself starts off with some piano (I’m a sucker for any song that starts off this way) and I was instantly hooked in.

The first verse is nice with some typical wordplay and this new style thrown in. But the second verse is the one that blew me away.

I could listen to his second verse over and over. There is something to it that keeps me glued to listening. I can’t rave enough about it. When you hear it, you will have the same feeling. I’ve listened to it MULTIPLE times and can put that 45 seconds on replay!

Ver’Na is on the hook and she, basically, nails it. She is a very talented singer and, from what I’ve heard of her, can do a lot with her voice.

The only pet peeve I have with it is that it feels repetitive towards the end. That does not take anything away from the song or the singer though.

Overall, this song feels like a genuine, heartfelt love letter to God.

Outside of Christ, we realize that we can offer nothing. In Him, we can do all things.

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