17 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Representing for both Kansas City and his lord and savior Jesus Christ, B-Shock is a major player in the Midwestern religious rap scene. He runs his own label (S.H.O.C.K. Muzik Records) and puts out projects like Rags 2 Righteousness, Kingdom Advancement, and GEN12: The Making of Greatness. On We Are the Movement, he shares the spotlight with a gang of likeminded emcees and other acts from his label, including A1 the LP, Topspin, D-MAUB, Pastor AD3, B Humble, Milley Boy, Kam B.I.N.O., Isaiah, and Babyboy, among others. With so many guest emcees, it plays more like a compilation than a solo album, but if you're down with the spiritually minded message and enjoy slickly produced pop-rap with a hint of R&B, B-Shock's got you covered. Check out "Bass Knock," "I Love My City," "All I See Is Red," and the Twista-esque "Right Look."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Representing for both Kansas City and his lord and savior Jesus Christ, B-Shock is a major player in the Midwestern religious rap scene. He runs his own label (S.H.O.C.K. Muzik Records) and puts out projects like Rags 2 Righteousness, Kingdom Advancement, and GEN12: The Making of Greatness. On We Are the Movement, he shares the spotlight with a gang of likeminded emcees and other acts from his label, including A1 the LP, Topspin, D-MAUB, Pastor AD3, B Humble, Milley Boy, Kam B.I.N.O., Isaiah, and Babyboy, among others. With so many guest emcees, it plays more like a compilation than a solo album, but if you're down with the spiritually minded message and enjoy slickly produced pop-rap with a hint of R&B, B-Shock's got you covered. Check out "Bass Knock," "I Love My City," "All I See Is Red," and the Twista-esque "Right Look."

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