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Customer Reviews

When does the new Shai Linne album come out?

The only thing going through my mind listening to this is: is this a Shai Linne album? It reminds me of when I was in college and I had to write a paper but I didn't want to so I just filled most of it with quotes from other people.

Don't get me wrong, I ABSOLUTELY love Shai Linne and his music had lead to so much sanctification and worship in my life, but this album provided very little of what I love about him. I don't buy his albums for the rap, but for the lyrics and this one was very weak.

The doxology did not really flow out of what was covered in the first album, which would have made more sense. I also thought he might have done more songs on the actual doxologies or apostles prayers in scripture, but he didn't.

I hope the next album can redeem this. Shai, keep working hard man! Blair, great poem!

Great Message!!!

I am not at all saying that this album is a bad album; the message must be heard. I was a little disappointed though that some songs on this album don't even include Shai Linne at all... Again, the message is great, but I bought a Shai Linne album and I can't find Shai Linne.

Not typical Shai Linne

Don't buy if you're wanting to hear some rap, music is sub-par. Disappointed...

Biography

Born: Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although he is Reformed in his theology and his lyrics have defended a belief in limited atonement, Christian rapper Shai Linne grew up a declared atheist. After converting in 1999, the Philadelphia-born and raised Shai released his debut album, The Solus Christus Project, in 2005. In 2008 he dropped two albums, The Atonement and Storiez, while in 2011 he released the conceptual effort The Attributes of God, an album that studied the character of the Lord. Beside guest shots from Joint Heirs, Timothy...
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