The Thesis

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by Ambassador

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Release Date:
Cross Movement

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Performance Credits

Ambassador   Primary Artist,Rap
J.R.   Vocals
Keran Sabir   Keyboards,Vocals
Jas   Keyboards
Lakia Wise   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Jeff Chestek   Engineer
William Earl Branch   Composer
Jim Bottari   Engineer
Ambassador   Producer
Kevin Arthur   Composer,Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Cleveland Foat   Executive Producer
Shai Linne   Composer
Official   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Todd Bangz   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
DJ Essence   Engineer
Saint Man   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
EarthQuake   Audio Production

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The Thesis 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This guy is easily the best Christian rapper I've ever heard, and though I'll admit he doesn't have a lot (or enough) competition, he could easily be a way above average secular rapper. I am thoroughly impressed with his knowledge of the Bible and the way he's able to put it into his verses, not just "preaching," but rapping on a level that any fan of lyrics would appreciate. The difference between this guy and most other Christian rappers I've heard is night and day. Heard of BB Jay? The difference between this guy and BB Jay is pretty much like the difference between Nas and MC Hammer. Pretty big. The beats could be a little better, and the chorus' just sound funny and awkward to me, being Christian mantras like "crown him" and "we worship you" but mainly I just waited for Ambassador's verses in between. I may have to delve a little deeper into his label Cross Movement because there were some guys on this album that sounded a little tighter than even Ambassador, which is saying a lot. One of my favorite lines on the album is from one of these guys when he says "i don't listen to secular radio/ it's too preachy," that is, "preaching" the constant subject matter of sex and drugs in today's r&b and rap. Inevitably Christian rap is improving, see guys like The Procussions for example, who have jumped from an indie label to Rawkus... nice add to a collection