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Prayer Can Be Fun: Texas-based Christian hip-hop artist BC reminds the kids of the classic dinner table tradition with ‘Say Grace’

As she realizes that getting kids attention with all the distractions and over-stimulation from the internet that these young minds are facing, BC thanks the plate that we are blessed to receive on her new single aimed to help the youth stay grounded with ‘Say Grace‘.

BC is a soulful Christian hip-hop artist who is based in Bryan, Texas. She makes an introspective blend of music that speaks about important messages from the Bible, that have made her so inspired to express through her chosen art form.

The mission is to teach Bible stories and Christian morals to the next generation.” ~ BC

Rapped with a smooth atmosphere and educational bars that are consistent and full of energy that only wants to help the youth – as their valuable attention can be swayed so easily with modern technology – this is a take-time-to-give-thanks cue we can’t forget.

Say Grace” is more than a sing-a-long at the dinner table. With everything grabbing children’s attention these days, it’s a fight to help them stay on course. “Say Grace” was carefully and creatively designed to plant the seed of Jesus into as many children as possible. BC’s overall goal with her upcoming track is to remind kids to Say Grace and thank God for blessing them with their daily bread.” BC

Say Grace‘ from Bryan, Texas-based Christian hip-hop artist BC, is that true message about giving thanks for what we have in life. Created as a way of reminding the kids of today about core values in this wild world full of temptation, this is a soulful single full of good intentions and love.

Hear this graceful new single on Soundcloud and see more on her IG music channel.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Canadian emcee T KELF 2FIDDY shows his frustration with ”my father”

https://soundcloud.com/t-kelf_2-fiddy/my-father-prod-gennx

Kelowna British Columbia, Canada is the home for T KELF 2FIDDY and he fires through the mic with his powerful new track ”my father”. This song speaks about his tough life growing up in foster homes as his parents couldn’t look after him due to their drug addictions.

T KELF 2FIDDY’s pain is especially apparent for his deadbeat father who he has clear disdain for. His anger on the mic is very clear and tears through the bars one by one. The Canadian emcee is in imperious form here and think this is his best effort yet.

my father” is one of the most powerful songs so far in 2020. This is a personal output that I bet he has been waiting ages to release. The beat helps matters here and paints this disturbing picture of a young boy being left practically on his own. The lyrics are raw and from the heart with astounding results.

Head through to his Soundcloud to hear from this excellent lyricist.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

‘Faded’ by Fellow Kids: Feel good music with a hardcore message.

Fellow Kids have a great summer hit on their hands with ‘Faded’. Their interpretation of gritty, funky rock is a young persons dreamscape. These are young pups with old souls, evidenced by the clever and thought provoking lyric and topline, floating nicely above seriously cohesive guitar chops. Vampire Weekend and Two Door Cinema come to mind very briefly at times as does throw back artists like Duran Duran and The Fine Young Cannibals. But the similarity ends there.

These guys really know their stuff and it comes across in the way they work together to create what is nothing less than magnificent and nothing short of ingenious. A deep curtsy to the lead singer who’s gravelly tone and vocal range are teaching materials for neophytes. Seems like growl, belt and falsetto are all well within this young bands remit and his vocal riffs are the cherry on top of already decadent cake. Lush!

Be warned – ‘Faded’ has a hook thats going to play in your dreams……’Don’t leave the lights on coz I’m never coming home’? Best breakup line EVA!

Listen to ‘Faded’ by Fellow kids on YouTube and get those ears ready to chomp on candy!

Review by Susan Harriott