I’ve said it time and time again. As secular as I am, I’m quite connected with God. I say that because I look for rap tracks that present the light in the world as much as I do for other things. Not all of them get posted, but if I posted every single song I heard, I would never get anything done otherwise and I’d be a pretty bad father/dude to The Shawty/employee/etc. That said, I had to feature this one.
Dante James is a 26-year-old artist who sent me his song “Practice.” I listened to it and, though it’s a bit shorter than tracks I typically feature, it spoke to me. That’s the key to a good song. Like I said in a “rant,” if a song doesn’t touch my soul in SOME way, I’m going to pass on it. I was 26 once and was out here looking for guidance, sometimes in the wrong places. Yes, God helps those who help themselves. We know that However, God also wants us to reach out when things get rough and you’re at war with your inner demons, as James speaks on here throughout this freestyle. God’s not just going to sit there and watch you falter–especially if you reach out. That’s just not God’s MO. Now, lyrically, the song is great and the flow is also very emotive and points out poignant pieces of information within the song.
Check it out below, support dope music in all its forms and remember that God is good all the time, and all the time God is good.