MP3 Livin Water/Spiritual Hustla - Rebirth
High energy gospel rap, good for the youth as well as the young adults. With 15 original songs based on everyday struggles in life.
15 MP3 Songs in this album (52:56) !
Related styles: SPIRITUAL: Spirituals, SPIRITUAL: Christian Rap
Bryant Edward Anderson was born on October 25, 1974 to Clarence E. Anderson, and DeAnn Kelly. He has four siblings, and he is the second oldest of two sons. Bryant and his siblings lived a sheltered life at the beginning. This was due to the fact that his Dad was always in all kind of mischief when he was growing up, and he didn’t want the same for his children. We were very close growing up because all we had was each other. We often moved from house to house, neighborhood to neighborhood, not staying anywhere for more than three years. We experienced some rough times, but as long as it was us four we felt strong. I didn’t realize it was the hand of God guiding and watching us. The Lord allowed us to have a testimony, but he didn’t let us fall and stay there (He will not put more on you then you can bear).
We experienced syrup sandwiches and sugar water while growing up. The Lord blessed us to where we never went without a meal. Sometimes we were without lights and water, but we always had a roof over our head. Our Dad always found a home for us even though he wasn’t always around. Bryant’s first experience of the devil trying to kill him was when the Hurricane came. While the water had come in the house, his father put him on a dresser and he fell. The Lord didn’t allow the water to submerge over him. There was an attic that everyone had to stay in so we wouldn’t drown. After a while, his Dad had completely left, and his Mother was working sometimes two jobs. The devil started getting busy, and everyone started leaving one by one. His oldest sister left home, and after that his only brother had left. After he was forced into the world with no one but his baby sister he was forced to find companionship.
Bryant always remained focused, and was an honor role child even though he went to many schools. When he got older he begin to want to fit in due to the fact it wasn’t no one else around. Bryant was too smart for dark kids, and too dark for the white kids. The percentage of races was 60% white, 30% black, and 20% Hispanic. Bryant found his self searching for an identity so he became a fighter. Some of the fights he lost, but he also won some. He was trying to make up for low self-esteem, and the fact he never really fit in anywhere. Bryant soon dropped, and he moved from his Mother house to his aunt house. Bryant finally experienced life as an adult. He took care of the bills by paying the rent and lights. After a short time he was able to get his own transportation, after riding the bus. He also would wonder in the streets until the buses started running before he got his own transportation.
Bryant was introduced to the church, but it wasn’t really yet inside of him. He stayed there until he got prepared for a time like this. He found him self looking for another identity, so he became a womanizer. He thought with his charm and some what good looks it would conquer the women. Bryant thought with a young male with low self-esteem this would be an eye opener, and this season he couldn’t get out of. He knows even to this day that God still deals with his with this issue. He loves the attention from the opposite sex, even if it is nothing that will happen! It’s many other things that he has experienced, but if he told you everything it will spoil his rap songs. The things that he has experienced and went through and God’s goodness he will be rapping until God calls him from this season. Bryant knows that it is a higher office calling in time. Bryant has been prophesied to by a Prophet, Apostle, Preacher, and just a leader and force in the spirit word. He has experienced wheel of fortune Prophets, you know (they want you to buy a word). Bryant is still waiting on God, whatever he calls him, and whenever Bryant will be ready! Peace B Still!