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Album Review

What does the popular Christian rap duo need to Reiterate at this point in their career? Well, judging by the sound of their eighth album, quite a lot. Grits seem intent on proving themselves all over again now that they have left Gotee Records. The artistic independence brought on by that move seems to have had quite an impact, as this is some of Teron Carter and Stacy Jones' best work in their 15 years together. The lyrics are carefully connected, while their Southern-style rap draws from contemporary rap artists Lil Wayne and T-Pain and then takes a serious sidestep to the '80s new wave sounds of Depeche Mode and Duran Duran. You really have to hear it to believe it, but the formula pays off big time. Together with a list of surprising guests — Dan Haseltine (Jars of Clay), Mac Powell (Third Day), Martha Munizzi, and Britt Nicole — the album's power rap is perfectly balanced with soul and rock influences. Anyone who has followed Grits over the last decade will enjoy this offering.

Customer Reviews

A Christian who raps?

Your argument against this group is way off. There is nothing wrong with being on a Christian label and rapping "man" centered rap. Christ desires a relationship with all, including Grits. Toby Mac raps about Christ all the time. There is no fear here from these "Jesus Freaks". Christ looks at the attitude of the heart and the desire to be in a relationship with Him, not the amount of times His name is mentioned in lyrics.

rapping christians?

Question for all that judge. who listens to secular rap? liars, drug dealers, thieves, unbelievers, and more. Are these not the people we are needing to reach for God. and did Jesus not reach out to them. are you going to be like the pharisees and tell us that we can not reach out to the people that need it the most?

You can always say Jesus, but can you live it?

I'm not here to bash anyone. I've just been reading the comments on here and I see both perspectives to a certain point. I understand that Jesus needs to be in the music, but we can say Jesus in every bar in every song. But if we arn't livin a life pleasing to Jesus, whats the point? I mean there are secular artist who put Jesus in there music...Does that make there album ok? Does it make there lifestyle ok? We just need to live Jesus and not just speak Jesus.. God Bless all of you!!!!


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Nashville-based Christian rap group Grits (an acronym for "Grammatical Revolution in the Spirit") consists of Teron "Bonafide" Carter and Stacy "Coffee" Jones, who debuted in 1995 with Mental Releases. Factors of Seven followed in 1997 (on the...
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