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Album Review

This revival Christian hip-hop duo channeled the spirit of Cross Movement on their debut. Though smaller in numbers, Everyday Process conveyed their witness of the gospel with that big Cross Movement sound. The debut by rappers Iz Real and Mac the Doulos is a diverse offering running nearly the full gamut of urban styles. From crunk on one track to poppy R&B on the next, Everyday Process truly illuminates the potential of scripture-based hip-hop in 2007. With hot production and a creative arsenal of sounds, Everyday Process steps up on tracks like "As Real As It Gets" and "All I Need." This hefty first effort set the stage for greater things to come from the Pennsylvania duo.

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This is what's it's about. Christian rappers repping Christ. You can see the passion and conviction displayed in their album. Some of their songs, at first, I honestly wasn't feeling. But if you take your time to listen to each song in its entirety, you will like it and see that Christ is still be represented. Fav songs are "Give 'em the Gospel", "The After Party", "Hey Girl", and "Everyday All Day Cypha"

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