We’re going to test expecting some of the content on Holy Culture a bit, adding James Rosseau’s (Trig) new podcast that focuses on personal and leadership development, entrepreneurship and education. In Episode 1, he links up with Matt Winter, former president of The Allstate Corporation. Great career and leadership insights shared throughout the interview.
Yes, this is from 2001. We are, well, I am, digging in the crates. This is still one the hottest songs ever in CHH in one man’s opinion. Stay tuned, there might be some Hazakim classics posted soon as well. Hmmm…there might be a trend of digging in the crates coming folks.
Paul Russell is a 20-year old musician and a Junior at Cornell University. During his early life, Paul’s family moved around the Atlanta area from Decatur to Stone Mountain (his sister attended the same high school as Donald Glover) to John’s Creek, before settling down in a Allen, Texas, a small Dallas suburb. To Paul, the ‘where’ of his story is critical because each town has helped to develop his understanding of the racial and socioeconomic differences that shape our world. These differences are major themes he often explores in his music.
From his bio on ReachRecords.com “n 2018, WHATUPRG is ready to share his story with the world. It’s no secret that we live in a time when Latino-Americans, and Mexicans in particular, are being highly scrutinized. Through his music and growing platform, WHATUPRG has positioned himself to challenge perceptions and help motivate change.”
The story behind Come Alive is describing a bit of our testimony about the life that God rescued us from. We spent a lot of our life destroying ourselves spiritually, physically, and mentally. But once we came to the Cross, Jesus set us free and did a complete work in us. We truly became alive.
A uniquely blended story of tribulation and triumph told through an array of musical elements including Soul, Worship, Trap Soul, Gospel Quartet and more. Shyne On Me offers a message of comfort and consolation to listeners faced with the trials of life. The project transparently depicts the struggles he faces with his own faith in times of distress, neglecting hope in the very word he preaches. After moments of self- reflection and conviction the artist is able to return to the source of his strength and offer a new perspective to motivate and encourage believers and non- believers alike to trust God’s ultimate plan.