Pause for a second and think about your favorite artist. Now take a moment and think about the person behind the scenes that helped make them who they are. The picture in your head is not so easy to come up with now, is it? Who coached them, who believed in them when they needed encouragement, who slept on cold floors and toured in broken down vans with them before they made it? Today, we present to you, Ruben Torres. He is that guy that has stayed behind the scenes and helped create magic in not only the Christian music industry but out into all music and even the film industry.
Listen to Beacon Light's new album Lit before it releases tomorrow (Sept. 16). The project is produced by GRAMMY winner Dirty Rice & B. Coe Productions with features from Dre Murray and Steven Malcolm.
Jered Sanders releases his latest visual, this time for the song "Murica (Shut Up & Rap).". The track is from the DMV based artist's 2015 debut album Daylight Savings Time., produced entirely by Analogic (Talib Kweli, Phonte, Masta Ace, Dilated Peoples).
Humble Beast emcee Sho Baraka recently wrote an article for Christianity Today called “Why I Can’t Vote for Either Trump or Clinton.” While the name is self-explanatory, the rapper really breaks down the problems African Americans face in this election whether they give their vote to a Republican or a Democrat.
The cliches of baseball are many: “it's a marathon,” “it’s a long season,” “we have 162 games to play,” and the same can be said about serving God and also being a musician. New artists are popping up all the time, and most often they are left to make their own mistakes and successes. For Eric Heron, few artists are as mentally and emotionally prepared to take on a life of serving God through music than he is.