History: Our Place in His Story
:Taking their cue from the writer of Hebrews, who tells in chapter 11 about a host of people who faithfully played their roll in the story being told by God, The Cross Movement stands to answer the call of the...
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:Taking their cue from the writer of Hebrews, who tells in chapter 11 about a host of people who faithfully played their roll in the story being told by God, The Cross Movement stands to answer the call of the 12th chapter which says, "having such a great cloud of witnesses that have gone before us, let us run the race that is set before us." In other words, it's our turn to play our part in HIStory.
1. Our God
- 1. Our GodCross Movement0:59
- 2. LouderCross Movement0:59
- 3. Trust In HimCross Movement0:59
- 4. Spare ChangeCross Movement0:59
- 5. TapestryCross Movement0:59
- 6. I Love YouCross Movement0:59
- 7. 9-10Cross Movement0:59
- 8. Back For ThisCross Movement0:59
- 9. Clap Your HandsCross Movement0:59
- 10. Name UpCross Movement0:59
- 11. Get ThatCross Movement0:59
- 12. Now Who`s That Man?Cross Movement0:59
- 13. ClarityCross Movement0:59
- 14. Whatchu Say?Cross Movement0:59
- 15. We Were TheyCross Movement0:59
- 16. Big ThingsCross Movement0:59
- 17. The Last CyphaCross Movement0:59
Christian hip hop group The Cross Movement hails from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is composed of rappers The Ambassador (William Branch), The Tonic (John Wells), Phanatik (Brady Goodwin), T.R.U.-L.I.F.E (Virgil Byrd), Cruz Cordero, Enock (Jaun James), and Earthquake (Cleve Foat).
The Cross movement's music translates biblical and Christian theology into rap music by using the same hyper-aggressive lyrics, sampled orchestral riffs, alliteration, and virtuoso delivery of many underground rappers without the self-aggrandizing and violent lyrics, or the materialistic imagery stereotypically associated with many rappers.
Adapted from en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cross_Movement. Accessed 04.04.14