Jeremiah Bligen announces release date and tracklist of album ‘When Ravens Cry’

Charlotte, North Carolina-based rapper Jeremiah Bligen has revealed details about his upcoming album on Salvation Armie Music Group, When Ravens Cry.

Ravens is the musical expression of my heart during a toilsome season that brought forth growth, and fortified my position of trust,” Bligen said. “I hope that this project encourages someone to draw near to God in all seasons, trusting in Him as our source in all things, knowing that His will is perfect, His timing is divine, His Word is true and that ‘the eyes of the LORD are on the righteous, and his ears are attentive to their cry.’ Trust the Father, in the valley and on the hill, for When Ravens Cry, God provides, all.”

When Ravens Cry will release on Dec. 11.

1. Pardon The Interruption (prod. by Tone Jonez)
2. Take a Drive, To (prod. by Mach-Wun)
3. Bleed (prod. by JeremiahBeats)
4. Closer (feat. Camille Faulkner) [prod. by Brian Shepard]
5. Waiting Room (feat. Blackwell & Reflect) [prod. by Wes Pendleton]
6. While They’re Red (prod. by DIGIANLG)
7. Never Ending… (feat. J. Johnson) [prod. by BeatManReid]
8. We Trust (feat. Amber Anderson) [prod. by Rio]
9. Still (feat. Cutright & Tracie Frank) [prod. by ChopzGotHitz!]
10. Nevermore. (feat. Jordan Nitchoff) [prod. by Wontel]
11. Flying Falling Skies (prod. by HotHandz)
12. Red Rover (feat. Datin & TWyse) [prod. by GeeDaBeatz]
Bonus track: Red Rover (Remix) (feat. Eshon Burgundy & Swift) [prod. by GeeDaBeatz]
Bonus track: I Won’t Complain (prod. by Wontel)
Bonus track: Reckless (prod. by JeremiahBeats)

Follow @jeremiahbligen on Twitter.

Pre-order When Ravens Cry on iTunes or Amazon.


Written by David Daniels

David Daniels is a columnist at and the managing editor of He has been published at Desiring God, The Gospel Coalition, Christianity Today, CCM Magazine, Bleacher Report, The Washington Times and HipHopDX.

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