Chronicles Of An X-Hustler CD
A MUST HAVE I HAVE BOUGHT ABOUT 15 CDS AND I PASS THEM OUT TO THE PEOPLE THAT GOD LEADS ME TO GIVE THIS CD WILL BLOW YOU AWAY AND IT IS ALL ABOUT JESUS AND WE MUST TURN FROM OUR WICKED WAYS AND FOLLOW HIM I LOVE THIS CD ITS #1
October 6, 2010
For years Thi'sl has been hard at work on the Christian Rap scene. In addition to "Chronicles", he also has two other albums under his belt: "This House I Shall Live" (which is what the name Thi'sl stands for - a reference to the indwelling of the Holy Spirit) and "The Ezekiel Project".However, most fans of the genre will likely be familiar with Thi'sl due to his guest appearances on albums for Flame, R-Swift, and others - or to his involvement with the 116 Clique. Thi'sl's gritty vocals are in high demand, and he seems to lend an instant degree of street cred to the projects that he is a part of.It was time for Thi'sl to enter the spotlight with a mainstream (in the sense of Christian Rap mainstream) album of his own - enter "Chronicles of an X-Hustler".The bulk of the album's content is what you would expect for an artist like Thi'sl, who is known for his grimy, rugged, and to the point style.Instantly we are confronted with a song ("I Hate You") which discusses the devastating affects of crack cocaine - physically, emotionally, spiritually, and socially. There is a realness to this song that only a handful of Christian artist' could bring to the table - Thi'sl being one of them."Windows Down" - which derives its hook from Trip Lee's verse on Lecrae's smash hit "Jesus Muzik" - is a highly polished anthem that just begs to be played in your car on a warm summer night (or even when its 30 degrees out if you take Thi'sl's suggestion).The album goes out with a bang with "I Ain't Turning Back" which features Flame. Looking for a dose of encouragement? Here it is. In the words of Thi'sl himself "This my 300 music.. I'm 'bout to get my Leonidas on fam!" I couldn't have said it better myself.For a more detailed breakdown of the album where each song is rated individually, please visit the CrossRap website.
June 4, 2010
I Love This Cd I got it for my brother who used to bang and sell dope. He always loved this type of rap,but now someone has made it holy...
March 20, 2010