Some of the biggest and longstanding names in Gospel are making the switch across the tracks to join some of the most immorally explicit characters in the world of music. Record companies have been influencing Gospel / Praise and Worship for many years, but this recent phenomenon warns of something much more sinister. It has been on its way for some but now it’s finally here.
Did you ever imagine that Snoop Dogg would be “ministering” to congregations, preaching to ‘born again’ people who may not even know who Snoop Dogg is. Did he ever renounce the stuff he did before the collaboration? What about Nicki Minaj collaborating with Tasha Cobbs, singing against the devil…? The justifications for this have been nothing short of incredible and incredulous.
We have sung songs by Tasha Cobbs like ‘Break Every Chain’, rocking back and forth with tears pouring from our eyes, begging God for deliverance from all kinds of situations and personal issues, and suddenly we’re carried along by Tasha (and others) to the dizzy heights of Nicki Minaj not for deliverance but evidence of victory. “Money & fame”:-
Extract from the song “I’m Getting Ready”
Yo, aye yo, beach house vibes maneuver the jetski
‘Cause, ’cause I serve the God that parted the red sea
Multi-million dollars commercials for Pepsi
From food-stamps to more ice than Gretzky
I don’t gotta talk the Lord defends me
I watch them all fall for going against me
‘Cause me and all my angels shot the devil up
What happened people, when did it all get so weird? As someone once said, “Somethings wrong and it’s not the Bible.”
KRS-One, a preacher of HipHop and pictured in the image above, states “Rap is what we do, HipHop is how we live.“
This all proves that artists and listeners have been taken in by a ‘counter biblical lifestyle’ Not a genre but a religious movement (as confirmed by G Craig Lewis some years ago).