12 Songs, 39 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5

75 Ratings

75 Ratings

Beautiful Eulogy


Love that Trap Theology

I love humblè bęæst


I have much anticipated this album coming.
This is a perfect time to come out with an album at such a time as this.
Braille odd Thomas have some features and have put there hearts into this album
I pray that the Holy Spirit guides them on a new journey as a non profit
This is a iTunes buy and a hard copy CD for my old beat up 2003 car
I support these guys 100% seriously debating on flying out to California back home just to see them perform in November from minneopolis

I love this crew and the music they push out

Thank you Jesus and may everyone be blessed!!

Fantastic Music. Even Better, Superb Theology


I'm not noramlly a listener of rap and hip-hop, but I had the privilege of hearing this album early. Beautiful Eulogy kills it. In an age of shallow theology with banal lyrics and repetitive choruses that become tired after their third play, these guys deliver. The lyrics soar, and the sounds remain the complex and intriguing blend I've come to love. Fantastic album.

About Beautiful Eulogy

An innovative, stylistically varied, Christian rap outfit and production team, Beautiful Eulogy make experimental hip-hop that combines their love of worship music, folk, and electronica. Formed in Portland, Oregon in 2011, Beautiful Eulogy features rapper Bryan Winchester (aka Braille), rapper Thomas Terry (aka Odd Thomas), and producer Courtland Urbano. Initially, the trio came together to record Braille's seventh album Native Lungs. Going into the recording process, Humble Beast record label-owners Odd Thomas and Urbano were planning on forming a production duo. However, after the album was finished, Braille also jumped on board and the decision was made to move forward as a three-member team.

Following their contribution to the Rapzilla charity compilation King Kulture and a collaboration with Lecrae on his mixtape Church Clothes, Beautiful Eulogy made their full-length debut with 2012's Satellite Kite. The album showcased their eclectic musical taste, and theologically inspired lyrics. It peaked in the Top 50 of the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart.

A year later, they returned with their sophomore studio effort, Instruments of Mercy, featuring the single "Vital Lens." The album found the group expanding upon the eclecticism of their debut, and forgoing the use of digital effects in favor of real instrumentation and analog sounds. Well-received, the album charted at number six on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart. In 2017, they released their third full-length, Worthy, which featured contributions from Aaron Strumpel, Citizens, Art Azurdia, and others. ~ Matt Collar

Portland, OR