I have a lot of respect for and loved hip hop. I listened to it a lot in my youth, and I still have some nostalgia for old school hip hop. I've also hated hip hop for some of the sinful character it has formed into at times. But I never really thought I could match it with religious hip hop.
In any sense, this one is quite unique. It gives you a theological/historical lesson, which I thought was creative and hilarious at the same time (with one historical inaccuracy of course, which I thought many of you will easily pick up). And I thought, I have to share this with you guys.