MP3 Hype Nation - Hyperactivity
Explosive Youthful Urban; Contemporary, Rap; Jazz, Church, Worship - HYPE ACTIVITY is a multi-genre expression of HYPE Nation- Promised to reach every age, and taste in Chrisitian Gospel Music.
18 MP3 Songs
GOSPEL: Contemporary Gospel, URBAN/R&B: R&B Rap mix
A radical extremist group called HYPE Nation has invaded the church of America with their new release HYPER- Activity. I must warn you this project is not for the squeamish. It seems that the producer had no plans of being accepted by the mainstream or even getting a record deal. If he had been after fame and notoriety he would not have dealt with controversial topics suchas: Homosexuality, Gay Marriage, Homophobia, Bi-sexuality; "Down-Low Brothers"; Hip-Hop vs. Rap, Holy Hip-Hop vs. HYPE, Cross Dressing, and the corruption of the Gospel Music industry - and these topics are all dealt with within the first three tracks. They intentionally wanted to drive home the point of Holiness which is part of the acronym for HYPE, which means HOLY YOUNG PEOPLES EXCITEMENT. The Song "Gotta Live" is an answer to Donny McClurkin''s "We fall Down, But We Get UP."
The song agrees yes we fall down and we get up -- "so get up!" The emphasis is definitely on the "getting up" rather the "falling down!" Even the Nora Jones- sounding song "My Life Has Changed" sends the strong message that since I am saved I am definitely changed, which also infers the opposite if I am not changed then I am not saved. But no song is more controversial than the first song "I Aint Witit!" This clearly draws a definite line in the sand for the Church, either we are against Homosexuality or we are for it-- "Which side are you on?" Even though it is a serious topic HYPE Squad has fun with it, which adds to the audacity of the song itself. Its almost as if they get the hard core stuff out of the way first and then blesses the listener with worship, praise, and then the encouragement that God is always with you with the urban ballad "I will Never Leave You." The CD ends with an awesome appeal to come to Christ "just as you are" in the song "He Loves You" Then finally they take you to church with "Give Him A Praise" I promise you that you will either love it or hate it. You might not like everything that they said or stood for but you will definitely know what they said and stood for. Finally a group that isn''t straddling the fence waiting on a cross-over record deal. Finally a CD that deals with the present ills facing the world and the Church. Finally a project that can be listened to without wondering are the artist immoral or homosexual. From the introduction to the end "Hyper-Activity" is definitely a 5 star quality project with substance and "umph" Young and old "True" Christians will love this project and sinners and back-sliders will be either convicted or offended by it--because its message is clear, distinct and challenging. Aside from all of that the music tracks and vocal arrangement are second to none. This is truly a unique project which only a few may hear if the "real" church don''t support it. I wish I could send a copy of this CD to every Christian that likes the urban flavor because it is definitely a jewel amongst a lot of junk.