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MP3 Agape - Sprinkle Sunshine

Spiritual Hip Hop

15 MP3 Songs
HIP HOP/RAP: Spiritual Rap, GOSPEL: Contemporary Gospel

Although Agape (real name David Scherer) has flown under the radar of the mainstream music industry, he has built a pretty impressive resume for a rapper. He has toured full-time for the last six years in the US and Europe, sold over 20,000 records, and worked with acclaimed hip hop producer Ant on his last CD "Many Rooms". Despite performing at the ELCA National Gathering this summer for 40,000 young people in San Antonio, he continues to build connections with his audience one person at a time. The meaning of Agape’s name is summed up in the acronym he made up. The word "Agape" means the unconditional love of God. The "A" stands for African, Asian, and other marginalized ethnic groups in our society. The "E" stands for Europeans. The "GAP" represents the expansive space between the two groups. The only way to really bridge the gap is through God''s boundless love. On his newest effort “Sprinkle Sunshine”, Agape combines his mature flow and newfound knack for melody writing with talented new producers Mystro and Profound. The result is Agape’s best sounding project ever. In true Agape fashion, he attempts to tackle all of the elephants in the Sanctuary that the Church refuses to deal with (anorexia, homosexuality, and racism to name a few). The majority of the album feels like Donnie Hathaway with a throwback jersey on. Sonically, it is a celebration of life and love that recalls the 70’s when positive vibes ruled the charts. Lyrically, it is a prophetic message intended to wake people up to the realities of life. On “Rejoice”, Gospel singer Tonia Hughes sings the catchy hook over a soulful, happy dance track. Just when you think everything is a joyful celebration, Agape switches things up to a more somber tone. On the song “Let’s Face This” Agape confesses his own racism over an introspective Spanish guitar. With help from Rachel Kurtz and Krukid, this haunting track culminates in an experimental trip hop ending that leaves listeners uneasy. What sticks out this album is the incredible production value. With such a high-energy stage show, fans will be excited to hear that Agape’s CDs are now on par with his incredible performances. Performing over 100 times a year in nearly every state, check out Agape in a city near you. (https://www.tradebit.com)

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