Listen, Download and Share! Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out /  However if. However if Restoration is one of his last albums, he is going all out! If you’d like to read more of my work, click here to visit my ministry’s website, PublishingPeace.org. Featured post: What Does It Mean to Be Grateful? We Love Awards, RESOURCES Pingback: Reader Request August 31st and A Couple Awards – Racheal's Novels, Pingback: How to Use Discernment in an Age of Illiteracy – Elisha McFarland. fausse rolex Ghanaian dynamic gospel artiste, Cwesi Oteng has just released a new sound of inspiration and declaration titled "All About You" featuring the phenomenal MOGmusic.... Pastor Kayode Adeyemo, Senior Pastor of Christ Apostolic Church, Light Citadel releases a soul lifting single Titled "Freedom". “Set Me Free” discusses the depression and deep sadness caused by the hatred over his music and beliefs. While it was clear that Lecrae had been going through a difficult time when Let the Trap Say Amen was published, Restoration shows the true difficulty of what the Christian rapper had gone through. Concert Reviews

Lecrae does not shy away from his faith, preferring instead to proclaim his beliefs and let the critics type away. The vocals are on the hook, are on point and the message is just right.

When he isn’t writing you can often find him playing basketball, reading the Bible, and studying Theology. Praise be to Jesus Christ for restoring us into relationship with God! Lecrae has walked his walk faithfully and will be rewarded.

This song was a therapeutic venting session where Lecrae airs out his frustrations with all that has happened with Ahmaud Arbury, George Floyd, protests, riots, etc. Welcome to the official website of Reach Records recording artists Lecrae. Please let your windows down and blast this song in these “quarantined streets.” Kirk Franklin comes at the end of the song to do a sobering spoken word to give even more meaning to this song, but the hook is the standout part of this song. “Deep End“, added towards the end of the album, highlights Lecrae’s struggles with today’s racial tensions. '&charset='+document.characterSet:''));document.write("&loc="+escape(window.location));if(document.referrer)document.write("&referer="+escape(document.referrer));if(document.context)document.write("&context="+escape(document.context));if(document.mmm_fo)document.write("&mmm_fo=1");document.write("'><\/scr"+"ipt>"); After Let the Trap Say Amen, it became further apparent that Lecrae had mostly removed God from his music and he appeared to be struggling with his Christian walk.