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More often than not, the songs that make up This Is Not a Test present the former DC Talk rapper/vocalist's values in everyday metaphors, broadening the album’s appeal far beyond the CCM crowd. And his clever lyrics are just the start. These soulful dance and pop tunes brim with funky horns, catchy choruses, high-energy beats, and a slew of guest artists. Check the quick-paced EDM-rocking title track: it’s a motivational push that’ll get you moving.

Customer Reviews

This is not a test!!💞💞💞💞

This is not a test is awesome !!! 💗❤️💗❤️💗💞💕👍👍👍👍👍😄😃😊😍 BUT...... Some parts if it are a little strange but its still good!👍👍👍 some if the songs on this album are just weird or don't make sense or are to much for me and people around me to handle.😁😳😔👎. I mean what happend here. Before all the songs were really good and catchy and delivered a good Christian message!!👌👌👌👌👌I mean like everyone is entitled to there own opinion i'm not saying this album is bad or anything but i'm saying that TobyMac has changed thats all😊☺️😉 But the song "this is not a test"is amazing!!!!👍👍👍👍👍


Enough said ^^^^

So good, I named my new kitten TobyCat!

Fantastic album!! Best Tobymac ever. Thank you for the blessing. My family has had it in repeat since its release.


Born: October 22, 1964 in Fairfax, VA

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Toby McKeehan (or tobyMac, as he is professionally known) grew up in the northern Virginia suburbs in the shadow of Washington, D.C., where he fell in love with rap music. While attending Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, during the mid-'80s, he met Michael Tait and Kevin Max Smith (aka Kevin Max), and the three friends formed the Grammy-winning, platinum-selling Christian pop group dc Talk, which mixed elements of CCM, grunge, and rap. When dc Talk ended in 1999, McKeehan began a solo career...
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