Current Promotions  

Product Reviews View Product Info

    4.9 Stars Out Of 5
    4.9 out of 5
    (11)
    (1)
    (0)
    (0)
    (0)
    Quality:
    out Of 5
    ( out of 5)
    Value:
    out Of 5
    ( out of 5)
    Meets Expectations:
    out Of 5
    ( out of 5)
    0%
    of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
    SORT BY:
    SEE:
    Displaying items 1-5 of 12
    Page 1 of 3 123 Next
    1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      July 13, 2009
      Tim D.
      Possibly the greatest the christian rap/hip hop album ever! Almost perfect; it is bouncy, but not near as silly as some of his other cds; Some songs are rockish, which is also nice.
    2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      July 13, 2005
      The Lone Reviewer
      WOW! KJ-52 just can't stop! He has continued to bring out another blockbuster, bestselling CD! I have two of KJ's previous albums. It's Pronounced Five Two was amazing and if you've listened to that I'll tell you now that somehow KJ has made an album way cooler. There are many great songs on BTM featuring top Christian artists. He's managed to get them all packed onto one CD without filer.I highly recommend this CD to Hip Hop or, surprisingly, Rock fans. There is a great mix of the two genres (sort of like TobyMac but with more rapping) making some of the tracks amazingly catchy.Anyway, by this CD! You're missing out if you don't!
    3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      June 15, 2005
      natc4God
      After reading some of the reviews of this CD, I decided to go ahead and buy it because everybody said that it is more serious than his other CDs. And, it really is! I love listening to this CD. Rock (or rap) on, KJ!
    4. 4 Stars Out Of 5
      May 15, 2005
      Jason Reads
      Good job to 52. But he could do better. I listened to this cd and thought it was good for a Christian artist but he doesn't have the beats or creativity of mainstream rappers. But he does have God unlike them and thats what matters most. The 'plain white rapper' is cool along with 'things I like' because of goldinchild's voice. 'Cry no more' is a sad yet hopeful song. Again good job to Kj-52 looking forward to his next one!
    5. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      May 4, 2005
      Natalie
      I LOVE KJ-52! The song "Are You Real" is my favorite for several reasons. First, John Micah Sumrall sung on it, and I am a Kutless fanatic. But, most of all, this song was the title song for Acquire the Fire this year; and it touched my life! Go KJ!
    Displaying items 1-5 of 12
    Page 1 of 3 123 Next