Where do I begin? Being of the generation where Hip Hop began I count myself lucky, yes I said lucky to have been apart of such a great movement in music history. I remember having to sneak and listen over friends houses or through my headphones and cassette deck. First Gospel Rap that I was exposed to was WACK with a capitol W. I had all but given up until I heard Tim " Shouty " Hughes, Victor "Deacon Vic" Flowers the Everlasting Souljahs. Man when I say these dudes should be on such a higher level, I'm talking national exposure. Their producing, beats, lyrics, vision is off the hook. They truely opened mind and broadened my mind to other Gospel Hip Hop artists. I recently had the pleasure to sit in on Tim's recording session for his solo project and I'm happy to say that this project should get him to the next level. God Bless you my brother, you deserve everything God has planned for you. Awesome Ministry.