Tuesday, 18 July 2017 10:01

Shai Linne Addresses Christian Hip Hop's Shift, Talks New Album "Still Jesus"

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On the heels of the release of his Seventh Studio Album ("Still Jesus) and first in 3 years, Wade-O sat down with Shai Linne at JahRock'n Studios in Brooklyn, NY to discuss a myriad of different topics:

1:51 - What prompted the album title “Still Jesus”
3:07 - How Christian Hip Hop has Shifted and Changed Over the years
6:30 - Why Shai believes the Shift took place
10:20 - Why does the shift that has taken place matter? Is it sinful?
13:34 - HIs journey into church planting
16:52 - HIs response to the New Business Model in the music Industry
19:56 - Where he got the name for his supporters, “the 7000.”
22:35 - The Fallout from his controversial song “False Teachers”
30:11 - What true unity looks like in the body of Christ
31:24 - Why Shai Linne decided to address the Lecrae’s shift now
34:30 - HIs current charge to Christian Rappers
36:40 - The Current Social Justice Discussion in CHH
39:39 - Reformed/ Evangelical leaders not supporting the Social Justice Movement
42:15 - One of the lasting legacy of Cross Movement and the Young and Ashamed Movement
45:09 - Rebuilding the Family thru the gospel
51:03 - The Future of Lampmode Recordings and Shai’s plans for the rest of 2017

Executive Produced by DJ Wade-O
Footage Shot by Daniel at Noble Creatives
Video Edited by Daniel at Noble Creatives
Audio Edited by Daniel at Noble Creatives
Intro and Creative Direction by JBTZ XCLSV

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