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If you look at my music category, you will see quite a few posts from artists on Reach Records. The reason for this is because I love the theology packed lyrical content in their music. Two artists on this label are Lecrae and Trip Lee. Below is a video where they talk frankly about their ministry.

00:00—3:35 // Trip’s testimony
3:35—9:00 // Lecrae’s testimony
9:00—12:35 // Trip’s path from conversion to today
12:35—16:20 // Lecrae’s path from conversion to today
16:20—17:45 // Lecrae on Reach Records and Reach Life as soundtrack and resources for the movement
17:45—21:35 // Trip on hip-hop as an in-your-face content-heavy art form
21:35—25:11 // Lecrae gives an example of content-packing from “Don’t Waste Your Life”
25:11—27:15 // Lecrae on the origins of Christian rap
27:15—28:57 // Lecrae on the poetical elements of the genre
28:57—30:00 // Trip gives an example from his songs
30:00—32:50 // Lecrae on Reformed theology and race relations
32:50—33:55 // Trip on the diversity of their audience
33:55—36:40 // Lecrae and Trip on being an indigenous missionaries to the urban culture and Reformed theology
36:40—38:00 // Trip on what’s next for him in the next five years
38:00—41:55 // Lecrae on what’s next for him and the opportunities ahead in the cities
41:55—46:20 // Trip and Lecrae on the need to deflect adulation from fans
46:20—47:15 // Trip on Christian hip-hop as one stream of the Reformed resurgence
47:15—49:05 // Lecrae on how folks can be praying for them

For those interested, Lecrae’s new album, The Overdose, is now available . And here’s a blog post from Trip explaining that he’s taking a break from music to become an intern at Capitol Hill Baptist Church.

Around every corner is the lure to consume. A desire to be satisfied. Unfortunately no human being has found anything under the sun that brings satisfaction. So we consume more, and more, and more.  Eventually, we overdose. However, there is hope–if Christianity is our Rehab. In Jesus, satisfaction can be found. Grace, love, peace and hope can be found…and there is always more. Consume more of Jesus. Overdose. 

Rehab: The Overdose officially hits stores and online outlets 1.11.11.

Check out the promo video below.

Also, place your order today so you can be among the first to get an extra dose! 

To pre-order Rehab: The Overdose album go here.

To pre-order Rehab: The Overdose combo packages go here.

To pre-order the new The Overdose Tshirt go here.

Get ready for The Overdose on 1.11.11!

But far be it from me to boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, by which the world has been crucified to me, and I to the world. (Galatians 6:14)

The song ‘Boasting’ has to be my favorite song on Lecrae’s album Rehab. The words speak for them self.


Creation’s groaning lost their hope and feel they always closed in Lots to cope with on the ropes wish they was in the open This broken world is so dim our souls are searching groping For one with hope to hold us close and set goodness in motion I remember growing up in Dallas I thought me and my close kin Was more than straight our folks was great not broke that paper flowed in Not boasting man just saying in my brain I didn’t know then That all went wrong and it just can’t go right like a broke pen My mind was blind and cloaked in but then that foolishness departed I saw this thing’s an ocean and we just tryna swim real far but But can’t nobody float when we ain’t got boats or no fins We need a hero to go in cause our solutions don’t win Education can’t fix it more dough just leads to more sin Medicine is temporary government seems so thin With all these weighty problems that ain’t shrinking they just growing Who’s adequate to save us how about He knew no sin?


Like a G5 yeah you rushed to rescue me Took a cross in exchange for a throne to save me You began the work and I know you’ll finish And make all things right when you come back Cause you’re my hero you already saved the day Cause you’re my hero and I know you’re coming back for me

Verse 2:

Follow the steps bro Adam sinned now we all dead so We gotta sentence on our head like death row everything is wrecked All creation is a mess bro In the fullness of time in steps the hero no red cloak He’s Jesus No flashing lights glitz n glam and no cameras He came to serve needy folks and point them to the answer You see Him healing feeding folks and telling them the standard Our most basic need is to be ransomed by Jesus It has first place yeah we separated in the worst ways Even physically peep how the earth quakes Separated socially murder and the worst rapes Even separated from ourselves we in the worst state It’s so major that’s the reason that we need a Savior Cause the root of needs is separation from Creator Jesus came humbly to restore us to our maker And later He’ll restore all that He made bruh He’s Jesus

Verse 3:

God is not pleased man it’s clear that His standards missed The world is running rampant with sin it’s an abandonment Man is feeling stranded feeling hopeless since his banishment God is angry at the distortion and the mismanagement Evil is at work but don’t be thinking He can’t handle it He promised He would do away with all of it dismantle it He’s put up with this damage in His world but He’s promised us That He’ll destroy all His enemies and then He’ll walk with us New Heaven new Earth that’s where all His sheep dwell Cause Jesus succeeded in every part of life that we failed Died the death we couldn’t die paid our price with 3 nails Began the work He promised in the end we all will be well Already beat our enemies and when His Kingdom’s realized All those who oppose Him will see Jesus with some real eyes Deliverance is offered us the hero He is urging us Salvation is exclusive to His people who have turned to trust


I give my gratitude (Jesus). You died to make all things new. My knight in armour when our world is fallen. Your love’s never failing. I find safety in your arms

Lecrae’s long-awaited fourth album, REHAB, is now in stores!

The album features Tedashii, Trip Lee, Sho Baraka, Sonny Sandoval, Anthony Evans and many more.  You can check in by picking up a copy of Rehab now on iTunes or at Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Mardels, LifeWay, Berean and Family Christian.  For more information on where to find Rehab in-store click here.

You can also purchase the deluxe and/or vinyl version of Rehab as well as album merchandise at the storefront.

For more information about the album and to listen to the three singles click here.

Track Listing 

1. Check In

2. Killa

3. Divine Intervention ft. J.R.

4. Just Like You ft. J. Paul

5. Gotta Know ft. Benjah

6. Used To Do It Too ft. KB

7. Children of the Light ft. Sonny Sandoval & Dillavou

8. High ft. Sho Baraka & Suzy Rock

9. New Shalom ft. PRo

10. 40 Deep ft. Tedashii & Trip Lee

11. Walking On Water

12. God Is Enough ft. Flame & Jai

13. Boasting ft. Anthony Evans

14. Background ft. C-Lite

15. New Reality ft. Chinua Hawk

16. Release Date ft. Chris Lee

17. Bonus Track I Love You ft. Chris Lee

 Check into REHAB today!

As per my previous post, Lecrae’s album Rehab drops on the 28 September. If you want to know about the man behind the music, listen to his story here

Lecrae’s highly anticipated fourth album REHAB is now available for pre-order!  The album features Tedashii, Trip Lee, Sho Baraka, Sonny Sandoval, Anthony Evans & more. REHAB hits stores and will be available on iTunes on September 28. Place your order today and be among the first to receive your copy and also qualify for a chance to win an exclusive pair of REHAB Nike Dunks! Pre-order here.

Humanity has searched long and hard for answers to our ills, pains, and unsatisfying lives. While we were created emotionally, spiritually, and physically healthy, sin has caused us turn away from God and separated us from Him and His goodness. We need restoration, healing, and rehabilitation back to that original state of unity with God. Jesus is our rehabilitation. The Christian life is an entrance into Rehab.

To listen to the latest singles go here