Considering the time in which we’re living (political heat, racial tension, COVID pandemic), “Tithemi” should become our daily prayer and lifestyle.
First repeat artist and an unlikely one given my traditional music genres. I was not expecting this song to have as big an impact on me as it has.
Another start to the week, and another addition to the Music Monday library. Today we’re listening to “Glorious” from the band Nine Lashes.
For Music Monday we’re listening to “No Hold On Me” by Matty Mullins. I believe this song is his freedom song and is powerful for anyone struggling.
I’ve listened to this song a lot over the years. The more I listen to it the more I’ve come to realize how true the words are of me and my life.
Being a father the words to this song are even more impactful and I cannot help but get a little misty-eyed when I listen to the song.
Tobymac’s “The Elements” is Ariyana’s “get pumped” song for softball. As a father, I use this as my “stay strong” song for doing life.
Song three in the “Monthly Music Week” series is “Talk to Much” by COIN. This song actually took me by surprise. I did not expect to like it as much as I do.
Today is song two in the “Monthly Music Week” series. The song is “Cutthroat” by S U R V I V E and is devoid of lyrics. It is 100% instrumental and it is amazing.
Today marks the first song in my series “Monthly Music Week” and is titled “Rockin’ Chairs” by Brantley Gilbert. Truth be told, I actually dig this song.
RED releases “of Beauty and Rage” to the masses and it does not disappoint.
Project 86 releases their newest album Knives to the Future for your listening pleasure.
In honor of Thousand Foot Krutch releasing their new album, here is a link to grab their album or you can listen to it below.