The 6th is the title of this FLAME album for two reasons. First, because this is FLAME's 6th album, and secondly because the project explores the 6th day of creation when God created man. The 6th is a study of...
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The 6th is the title of this FLAME album for two reasons. First, because this is FLAME's 6th album, and secondly because the project explores the 6th day of creation when God created man. The 6th is a study of anthropology (the study of mankind) from a Christian perspective, each element represents a crucial aspect of the personality of humanity. All this over the musical landscape of Hip Hop and Pop.
1. Try Me
- 1. Try MeFlame0:59
- 2. The 6th DayFlame0:59
- 3. The Great DeceptionFlame0:59
- 4. Show OutFlame0:59
- 5. Trap MoneyFlame0:59
- 6. ManFlame0:59
- 7. Caught In The LightsFlame0:59
- 8. He Did It AgainFlame0:59
- 9. Scripture AloneFlame0:59
- 10. RunningFlame0:59
- 11. Against The WorldFlame0:59
- 12. Devil's BreadFlame0:59
- 13. Devil's BreadFlame0:59
- 14. Christ AloneFlame0:59
- 15. Let GoFlame0:59
More than anything, Flame wants listeners to know that Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life.
"I always grew up influenced by Christianity. I liked the idea of going to heaven, and not to hell, and being on Jesus's good side, but I didn't want to take the steps to make that happen," Flame says. "I was caught up in the hip-hop culture of gangs and drugs myself and headed in the wrong direction."
But a series of tragic events eventually got his attention. "After getting hit three times by an 18-wheeler, my grandmother told me I needed to repent and turn from my sin," Flame remembers. "Not long after she passed away from a heart attack, I went to church. There, I heard the Gospel, wept like a baby and was drawn to Him when I was 16. That's when I became a Christian. Shortly afterwards, I started writing music as little devotionals to God."
Eventually, converting those ruminations to song, Flame hasn't stopped writing since and loves using the medium of hip-hop to not only minister to the hurting and build up the body of Christ, but to tell the story of His Savior to a world that desperately needs to hear it.