I started to feel an emptiness living the Gangsta Rap life.
Memphis, Tennessee (PRWEB) June 18, 2013
Today marks the release of Christian Rap and Hip-Hop pioneer Mr. Del’s fourth studio album, “Faith Walka.” Released by Mr. Del’s own Dedicated Music Group (DMG) label and distributed by longtime partner Universal Music Christian Group, the album is available wherever music is sold, including digital outlets such as Amazon and iTunes.
As a former member of the hugely successful, multi-platinum hardcore rap group Three 6 Mafia, Mr. Del became a Christian and walked away from the group, money, fame and just about everything that he knew. He suddenly found himself alone, broke and homeless. He was forced to leave Memphis for a time after receiving death threats from those that were once part of his inner circle. But in the midst of his darkest days, he learned that God was sufficient, and that there was a calling on his life.
“I started to feel an emptiness living the Gangsta Rap life,” says Mr. Del. “It wasn’t as fulfilling as I thought it would be. I started to have a conviction about my generation and the message and damage I was doing to it. So I left the Gangsta Rap life to pursue a life of walking by faith. This album is my report of what I've seen along my journey.”
As has come to be expected, “Faith Walka” features some high-profile collaborations, including appearances from Canton Jones on “Forgot to Forgive,” and Rod G. Newman on the project’s first single and music video, “Sunglasses" (watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9sxblKRz7k).
Mr. Del is hitting the road this summer with longtime collaborator Canton Jones, in addition to making media appearances from coast to coast. For more information, visit the official website at http://www.mrdel.com.