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Post by Levanjiltv on Tue Oct 27, 2009 6:30 pm

Click on the picture to listen to a new song by group U.I.C in Boston. Feel free to tell us what you think.

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Post by HisPraise on Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:15 pm

A REFAIRE!
BAGAY KOPIE VIE STIL VIE SON MEDIOK DEYO EPI VINN LAGEL NAN FIGI LEGLIZ SAAA DOUE FINI!!

ZERO BARE POUNOU! SAPA MIZIK EVANJELIK
BOUT BAGAY SIWEL SAA PAP PASE!!!

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Post by Bernylakay on Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:35 pm

Ou bouche zorey ou pou pa tande parol yo HisPraise? Sa ou gen la ou move a? Pouki ou fache a fre mwen?

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Post by Jn Michel on Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:31 am

Ta parole est vivante, lumiere du monde. Bay parol la UIC. Briye lumiere levanjil la sou lemonde. Sak gen zorey pou tande ap tande.

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Post by &abriel on Wed Oct 28, 2009 3:33 pm

"Satan Pas fache". you guys have brought more of the world into the church. this is like holy hip hop.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyHvhT7sgqc&feature=related

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Post by Jn Michel on Wed Oct 28, 2009 5:22 pm

&abriel wrote:"Satan Pas fache". you guys have brought more of the world into the church. this is like holy hip hop.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyHvhT7sgqc&feature=related

Since when haitian music was worldly music? This is one of the biggest problem we have in our country right now. If something is haitian it's of the world. UIC sings gospel in konpa and next thing you know some poeple calling it worldy music. When will haitians start to value their culture and start giving it to God? God wants what we have. To God be the glory.

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Post by Brother Jay on Wed Oct 28, 2009 5:39 pm

HisPraise. Wow before I listened to the song I thought they were cursing in the song or something. Jn Michel, I agree with you one hundred percent. A song is worldly or a gospel song from the content of the song, not the way it is played. Haitians will never progress because we despise ourselves and hold ourselves back. Let me ask you why is it ok to play american love music at a christian and not haitian if the songs have the same content. Simple we reject ourselves. How do we expect people to except us if we don't except ourselves. Jamaican gospel sounds like raggae, african gospel unless you hear hallelujah sometimes you wouldn't know whether it is voodoo music are not.

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Post by Brother Jay on Wed Oct 28, 2009 5:44 pm

In the fifth line it should be christian wedding.

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Post by Jn Michel on Wed Oct 28, 2009 6:16 pm

Brother Jay wrote:HisPraise. Wow before I listened to the song I thought they were cursing in the song or something. Jn Michel, I agree with you one hundred percent. A song is worldly or a gospel song from the content of the song, not the way it is played. Haitians will never progress because we despise ourselves and hold ourselves back. Let me ask you why is it ok to play american love music at a christian and not haitian if the songs have the same content. Simple we reject ourselves. How do we expect people to except us if we don't except ourselves. Jamaican gospel sounds like raggae, african gospel unless you hear hallelujah sometimes you wouldn't know whether it is voodoo music are not.

I could understand if they stole a line or arrangement from a secular group but it is not the case. They simply play their country rhym.

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Post by Alphonse on Wed Oct 28, 2009 6:32 pm

I just want to say this. There are a lot of haitians that are not educated. I'm not saying illiterate. It's just that they just don't know. It's compared to some "white people" that are racist and they don't even know it. It could be the way they group up and some of them are just ignorant. They don't know and they don't want to find out.
Mwen swete UIC continue bay parol Bondye a tout kote nou pase. Pa neglige mete lumiere kote ki gen fenwa. Pa okipe moun kap pale nou mal. Nou pa gen pou nou jije yo nou menm paske se Jesus ki sel jil. Ke Bondye beni nou.

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Post by Bernylakay on Wed Oct 28, 2009 6:53 pm

HisPraise wrote:A REFAIRE!
BAGAY KOPIE VIE STIL VIE SON MEDIOK DEYO EPI VINN LAGEL NAN FIGI LEGLIZ SAAA DOUE FINI!!

ZERO BARE POUNOU! SAPA MIZIK EVANJELIK
BOUT BAGAY SIWEL SAA PAP PASE!!!

PETET OU TANDE MUSIC LA NAN YON BAND SECULAR NOU PA KONNEN. SOU KI GROUP YO KOPYEL? SIW KONN BAGAY YO FE OU DI NOU. OU PA KA KITE NOU NAN FENWA.

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Post by Brother Jay on Wed Oct 28, 2009 7:53 pm

Jn Michel wrote:
Brother Jay wrote:HisPraise. Wow before I listened to the song I thought they were cursing in the song or something. Jn Michel, I agree with you one hundred percent. A song is worldly or a gospel song from the content of the song, not the way it is played. Haitians will never progress because we despise ourselves and hold ourselves back. Let me ask you why is it ok to play american love music at a christian and not haitian if the songs have the same content. Simple we reject ourselves. How do we expect people to except us if we don't except ourselves. Jamaican gospel sounds like raggae, african gospel unless you hear hallelujah sometimes you wouldn't know whether it is voodoo music are not.

I could understand if they stole a line or arrangement from a secular group but it is not the case. They simply play their country rhym.

Bro there is a song by soulja boy called cranked that soulja boy. These christians youth changed it to crank that holy ghost they use the music and do there on little dance to it. I don't see the harm in that. Its a new generation and the youth especially have so much temptation out there. There is nothing wrong with having some fun in christ. Most youth will tell you they don't go to church because it is boring. We should do more events to get the youth together and have a good time. I mean they can't go do it out there. I plan to do a gospel remix of a popular secular artist song with him. I know I will get negative feed back but thats ok because i know where my heart is. Its a love song and since I heard it the lyrics were everything I wanted to say christ does and has done for me.

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Post by Alphonse on Wed Oct 28, 2009 8:36 pm

It shouldn't get negative feedback because once somebody is speaking about Love, he/she is speaking about God because God is the only true love. Onless he/she doesn't know what he he/she is talking about. You just making corrections. Peace and Love

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Post by HisPraise on Thu Oct 29, 2009 12:02 am

I' m not quite sure how we get from a simple constructive criticism to lack of education and ignorance!!
CLARIFICATION: My comment wasn't meant to demean or belittle your band, and i must tell U that It had none to do with culture, genre or whatever you want it to be. In the contrary, musical diversity is divine! God is too great and the human experience too complex to think that one kind of music will always best express the dynamics of our relationship with Him.
When you appreciate fine arts, you simply cannot support mediocrities and believe it or not constructive criticism matters.
Unless we have a High view of God we can never grasp the concept of presenting acceptable offerings to Him. You can listen to that track over and over till you get caught up into emotional high, but you can never to decode the message the lead vocal is trying to convey at the very intro. The logical flow of the lyrics is questionable(began as reflective and ended up being subjective) at best, but since any Kreyol speaking person should be able to grasp the main point it does not represent too much of deal to me.
BUT, LIKE IT OR NOT! When you singing God's praise wholeheartedly, there can be no room for your buddies during that offering time " shouting names during solo and breaks." Unknowingly, you're bringing God down to the very human level. Your music is fine, but no one is too educated to receive guidance specially when the the offering is for God.

You may worship in any style, but make God the object of your praise, no name calling during this time.


MyTalents, HisPraise!


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Post by Alphonse on Thu Oct 29, 2009 1:32 am

HisPraise wrote:I' m not quite sure how we get from a simple constructive criticism to lack of education and ignorance!!
CLARIFICATION: My comment wasn't meant to demean or belittle your band, and i must tell U that It had none to do with culture, genre or whatever you want it to be. In the contrary, musical diversity is divine! God is too great and the human experience too complex to think that one kind of music will always best express the dynamics of our relationship with Him.
When you appreciate fine arts, you simply cannot support mediocrities and believe it or not constructive criticism matters.
Unless we have a High view of God we can never grasp the concept of presenting acceptable offerings to Him. You can listen to that track over and over till you get caught up into emotional high, but you can never to decode the message the lead vocal is trying to convey at the very intro. The logical flow of the lyrics is questionable(began as reflective and ended up being subjective) at best, but since any Kreyol speaking person should be able to grasp the main point it does not represent too much of deal to me.
BUT, LIKE IT OR NOT! When you singing God's praise wholeheartedly, there can be no room for your buddies during that offering time " shouting names during solo and breaks." Unknowingly, you're bringing God down to the very human level. Your music is fine, but no one is too educated to receive guidance specially when the the offering is for God.

You may worship in any style, but make God the object of your praise, no name calling during this time.


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It's up to you to call names or not. That's just your opinion. The bible doesn't say don't put other people's name on your music when you are singing for God. We are all holy in the eyes of God. If that was to be then we wouldn't even mention names such as Jonah, Elijah, Noah, David and so on on our songs. We are the David of today, we are the Noah of today. In mather fact, they were called servants of God and we are call sons of God. Stop judging people's offering to God when they put all ther heart into it. It's not what you give or how much you give. It's the spirt you have when you give. These bands give to God what they feel is worthy to Him. They give to God what's good in their life which is their music. They could have been singing for money, girls, fame and power but instead they praise the Lord. That's all they need to be doing. Gos is Love.

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Post by Brother Jay on Thu Oct 29, 2009 6:38 am

HisPraise wrote:I' m not quite sure how we get from a simple constructive criticism to lack of education and ignorance!!
CLARIFICATION: My comment wasn't meant to demean or belittle your band, and i must tell U that It had none to do with culture, genre or whatever you want it to be. In the contrary, musical diversity is divine! God is too great and the human experience too complex to think that one kind of music will always best express the dynamics of our relationship with Him.
When you appreciate fine arts, you simply cannot support mediocrities and believe it or not constructive criticism matters.
Unless we have a High view of God we can never grasp the concept of presenting acceptable offerings to Him. You can listen to that track over and over till you get caught up into emotional high, but you can never to decode the message the lead vocal is trying to convey at the very intro. The logical flow of the lyrics is questionable(began as reflective and ended up being subjective) at best, but since any Kreyol speaking person should be able to grasp the main point it does not represent too much of deal to me.
BUT, LIKE IT OR NOT! When you singing God's praise wholeheartedly, there can be no room for your buddies during that offering time " shouting names during solo and breaks." Unknowingly, you're bringing God down to the very human level. Your music is fine, but no one is too educated to receive guidance specially when the the offering is for God.

You may worship in any style, but make God the object of your praise, no name calling during this time.


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Hey His Praise, Now that you have clarified yourselve a little more. I can see how you formed your opinion. However, your first comment was not constructive. When you construct something you find a way to build it up not just tear it down. You didnt give any suggestions to help the group in any way. A weak minded individual would be prone to quit after a comment like that. We are not perfect and all fall short of the glory of God. However, God does appreciate effort and judges from the heart and since only he knows what is in our hearts, only he can judge. Love is recognized through expression and since we are all different we express it differently. You can do a lot with a little love. As far as the name calling during a song, I don't really have a strong opinion about that. I think of it as a gesture of love and sometimes its to introduce the members of the band. I know before a solo part in a song whether it be keyboard or guitar the lead singer usually annouces the person who is going to do it. God bless you and continue to give God all HISPRAISE. LOL

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Post by &abriel on Thu Oct 29, 2009 12:44 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9colO9fhI7o&feature=related
If you do any research on any famouse artist or musicians you will find that the music is spiritual. it moves them into modes it provokes. so if a writer who creates a song for the glory of the body and self ther can provoke this with out lyrics. this why music is international it projects to all the same the way as it was intended. example a love song in spanish, chineese, brazilian will have the same effect in any part of the world. just as a gospel song will do the same. the truth is that many of these gaspas players are just trying to compinsate for the konmpas world that they could not make it in so they do it in church. they are inspired by the world which they shiuld not be, the Bible says we are to be distinguished from the world. Kassav took konpas and did something different now we call it zouk not konzouk but zouk, different from konpas. they did this with the intent to do something different. allthough konpas players claim zouk came from konpas it still stands on its own. WHY CAN'T THESE GASPAS MUSICIAN CREATE SOMETHING NEW FRESH Shocked they really on konpas to promote the word because konpas is commercial in our community but they dont trust the word that will draw them, the people. they are afraid to create something new. the secular artist has more faith in themselves then the gaspel artist do in the word. the sucular artist is allways willing to try something new with the belief that the public will like it but the gospel artist it looking for something the public likes to infuse the word. in other words we are trying to draw them when the Bible says "lift me and I will draw them!"

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Post by Brother Jay on Thu Oct 29, 2009 1:50 pm

&abriel wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9colO9fhI7o&feature=related
If you do any research on any famouse artist or musicians you will find that the music is spiritual. it moves them into modes it provokes. so if a writer who creates a song for the glory of the body and self ther can provoke this with out lyrics. this why music is international it projects to all the same the way as it was intended. example a love song in spanish, chineese, brazilian will have the same effect in any part of the world. just as a gospel song will do the same. the truth is that many of these gaspas players are just trying to compinsate for the konmpas world that they could not make it in so they do it in church. they are inspired by the world which they shiuld not be, the Bible says we are to be distinguished from the world. Kassav took konpas and did something different now we call it zouk not konzouk but zouk, different from konpas. they did this with the intent to do something different. allthough konpas players claim zouk came from konpas it still stands on its own. WHY CAN'T THESE GASPAS MUSICIAN CREATE SOMETHING NEW FRESH they really on konpas to promote the word because konpas is commercial in our community but they dont trust the word that will draw them, the people. they are afraid to create something new. the secular artist has more faith in themselves then the gaspel artist do in the word. the sucular artist is allways willing to try something new with the belief that the public will like it but the gospel artist it looking for something the public likes to infuse the word. in other words we are trying to draw them when the Bible says "lift me and I will draw them!"

Please read you comment again. Your thoughts are not clear. You start off saying one thing then go to another. I get what you are saying in the end but the begining does not support your argument. A lot of lives have been changed through music. Times change and music change right along with it. I don't think its a secular verse spiritual thing its more of keeping up with the times. If you listen to old school konpa it is different from new school konpa. The older christians songs sounded like the konpa of that time, now there is a new sound. Thats what I believe it is. God said to make a joyful noise, he did not instruct us of how he wants His music to sound. We are the ones that put a label on music and said this should sound this way and that should sound that way.

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Post by &abriel on Thu Oct 29, 2009 3:10 pm

Brother Jay wrote:
&abriel wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9colO9fhI7o&feature=related
If you do any research on any famous artist or musicians you will find that the music is spiritual. it moves them into modes it provokes. so if a writer who creates a song for the glory of the body and self they can provoke this with out lyrics. this why music is international it projects to all the same the way as it was intended. example a love song in spanish, Chinese, brazilian will have the same effect in any part of the world. just as a gospel song will do the same. the truth is that many of these gaspas players are just trying to compensate for the konpas world that they could not make it in so they do it in church. they are inspired by the world which they should not be, the Bible says we are to be distinguished from the world. Kassav took konpas and did something different now we call it zouk not konzouk but zouk, different from konpas. they did this with the intent to do something different. All-though konpas players claim zouk came from konpas it still stands on its own. WHY CAN'T THESE GASPAS MUSICIAN CREATE SOMETHING NEW FRESH they really on konpas to promote the word because konpas is commercial in our community but they don't trust the word that will draw them, the people. they are afraid to create something new. the secular artist has more faith in themselves then the gospel artist do in the word. the secular artist is always willing to try something new with the belief that the public will like it but the gospel artist it looking for something the public likes to infuse the word. in other words we are trying to draw them when the Bible says "lift me and I will draw them!"

Please read you comment again. Your thoughts are not clear. You start off saying one thing then go to another. I get what you are saying in the end but the beginning does not support your argument. A lot of lives have been changed through music. Times change and music change right along with it. I don't think it's a secular verse spiritual thing its more of keeping up with the times. If you listen to old school konpas it is different from new school konpas. The older christians songs sounded like the konpas of that time, now there is a new sound. Thats what I believe it is. God said to make a joyful noise, he did not instruct us of how he wants His music to sound. We are the ones that put a label on music and said this should sound this way and that should sound that way.



i wanted to make two points
Just music no lyrics, has motive love hate good evil can be transpired in an instrumental.
So must be careful not to imitate the world cause most likely the compositions are created for unGodly reasons. I think it would be best that we look into the spirit the Lord has given us to create a new konpas zouk reggae salsa that will stand out for the Lord. Many of these gospas artist cant deny being directly inspired by the secular artist. They listen intensely to the secular world to incorporate rhythm melody sounds techeniqs into Gospel music. I truly believe that these Gospel artist have more talent and blessings then the secular artist and can do better. Some of these secular artist are fall outs of the Gospel world and now we are following them.
It's ashame that some Gospel songs are undetectable until the words are detected and sometimes thats hard. Meanwhile people are name secular tunes in two bars.
a lot of people think that just by adding lyrics to a song makes it Godly. though the Bible does not give us in detail how to write Gospel music but there are principles in line that we cant contradict. not to resemble the world, to be distinguished. i know that God created everything and said it was good but the devils job is to defile & distort. i believe for lack of a better word that there is a Konpas for God and the secular has promoted the unGodly version and God wants us to promote his original version. the one once heard it would be different from the secular world. they would try to claim it but couldn't.

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Please read you comment again. Your thoughts are not clear. You start off saying one thing then go to another. I get what you are saying in the end but the begining does not support your argument. A lot of lives have been changed through music. Times change and music change right along with it. I don't think its a secular verse spiritual thing its more of keeping up with the times. If you listen to old school konpa it is different from new school konpa. The older christians songs sounded like the konpa of that time, now there is a new sound. Thats what I believe it is. God said to make a joyful noise, he did not instruct us of how he wants His music to sound. We are the ones that put a label on music and said this should sound this way and that should sound that way.

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Hey Jay, &ABRIEL's comment is so explicit even my 5 years old niece would have no problem grasping the message. Well, I guess that's how it's! when folks come on board with presuppositions to dismiss good ideas a priori.....

To alphonse!!
I guess you're blocking not only your ears but eyes as well! Have you read Ps33, it says" sing to the LORD a New song" Not a subpar song. If the secular world is getting tired of that very particular keyboard sound that UIC used(it becomes redundant and annoying as well), how much motivation do we need to go after something NEW. Since shouting to your buddies(in God's offering) is not much of a big deal to you. I'll not comment any further on that.

Recommended reading: knowledge of the Holy( A.w.towzer) Not a substitute for the Scripture, but an excellent book.

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Post by HisPraise on Thu Oct 29, 2009 11:24 pm

a lot of people think that just by adding lyrics to a song makes it Godly. though the Bible does not give us in detail how to write Gospel music but there are principles in line that we cant contradict. not to resemble the world, to be distinguished. i know that God created everything and said it was good but the devils job is to defile & distort. i believe for lack of a better word that there is a Konpas for God and the secular has promoted the unGodly version and God wants us to promote his original version. the one once heard it would be different from the secular world. they would try to claim it but couldn't.

PAUL THE APOSTLE URGED US TO BE NON-CONFORMIST( ROM 12:1-3) BUT TO BE TRANSFORMED BY THE RENEWING OF MIND. SOMEHOW, FOLKS ALWAYS FIND WAYS TO JUSTIFY WHY THEY CANNOT BE TRANSFORMED! EVEN TO THE EXTENT OF TAKING SCRIPTURE OUT CONTEXT TO SUPPORT THEIR OWN PERSONAL AGENDA!


Thanks &abriel, excellent point!
Check this when you have a chance(Worship Matters, FROM crossway publishing)

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Post by HisPraise on Thu Oct 29, 2009 11:42 pm

Hey U.I.C you should chek with me more often! see how many hits you've received since after i posted my comment!!! Other than that you'd be receiving nothing but SILENT TREATMENTS......LOVE

ANYWAY, BE ENCOURAGED!!!DO WHAT U DO BEST FOR GOD'S GLORY....... WHO KNOWS, perhaps a simple comment can turn things around EVEN for the better.

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Post by Alphonse on Fri Oct 30, 2009 1:18 am

Okay HisPraise, you are saying sing to the Lord a new song. The song that UIC sings is a new song. Unless they copy it from a band that I never heard of. If so please tell me which band it is so I can understand their copyright rights. Tell me which secular band's album they copy it from. Untill you are able to do that i will always see it as a new song. God bless.

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Post by Alphonse on Fri Oct 30, 2009 1:24 am

A lot of people don't know what the gospel is. Let me help you guys a little. Gospel = the good news. The good news which was brought to us by Jesus Christ. Now you put the good news in music you get gospel music. Gospel + music= Gospel music in other words, The good news + music = gospel music. That is simply what it is. May the Lord clear your path to understand. Peace and Love

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Post by Brother Jay on Fri Oct 30, 2009 8:48 am

HisPraise wrote:
Please read you comment again. Your thoughts are not clear. You start off saying one thing then go to another. I get what you are saying in the end but the begining does not support your argument. A lot of lives have been changed through music. Times change and music change right along with it. I don't think its a secular verse spiritual thing its more of keeping up with the times. If you listen to old school konpa it is different from new school konpa. The older christians songs sounded like the konpa of that time, now there is a new sound. Thats what I believe it is. God said to make a joyful noise, he did not instruct us of how he wants His music to sound. We are the ones that put a label on music and said this should sound this way and that should sound that way.

Brother Jay


Hey Jay, &ABRIEL's comment is so explicit even my 5 years old niece would have no problem grasping the message. Well, I guess that's how it's! when folks come on board with presuppositions to dismiss good ideas a priori.....

To alphonse!!
I guess you're blocking not only your ears but eyes as well! Have you read Ps33, it says" sing to the LORD a New song" Not a subpar song. If the secular world is getting tired of that very particular keyboard sound that UIC used(it becomes redundant and annoying as well), how much motivation do we need to go after something NEW. Since shouting to your buddies(in God's offering) is not much of a big deal to you. I'll not comment any further on that.

Recommended reading: knowledge of the Holy( A.w.towzer) Not a substitute for the Scripture, but an excellent book.


Hey His Praise, Gabriel said a love song in any language will send the send message all across the world. If you listen to a song in chinese and you don't speak chinese, you mean to tell me you will know its a love song? Even if the melody was smooth and reminiscent of what a love song should sound like, the message in the song might be hate. Gospel music is evolving whether we like it or not. There is gospel rock, heavy metal, hip hop gospel, R&B gospel pretty much every genre of music you can think of. Rock sounds like rock. Once you listen to the lyrics then the song can be classified as secular or not. White gospel doesnt sound like black gospel music and for a long time and maybe still today some white people might feel gospel music shouldn't sound like that. To them it may be too loud too abnoxious. Who are we to decide. If a person grew up listening to a certain type of music, that's what they know. A rapper who use to rap to the secular world and then becomes a christian and wants to make music for GOD will still rap the same way but the message will be different and if a person was a dancer before they found GOD, can they not use that talent to give GOD praise through a praise dance. What makes a praise dance a praise dance is the song they dance to and because they are doing it for GOD the same choreography could be done for secular song. The same exact dance and Im not talking about shaking this and shaking that, I mean a classical dance. I just think we should keep and open mind and not be quick to judge anyone. That song to me sounds like it came from the heart. He is talking about the change that was made in his life when he found GOD. What could be wrong with that. I do get the point you guys are trying to make but we have to understand that not everyone was brought up in the word since they were born and we have to be conscience of that. Why discourage them off the bat. I have an open mind. They wondered how Jesus could sit down and eat with those that they identified as sinners not realizing Jesus was the only sinless one. Like I said early in the post I am planning to make a gospel remix of a popular secular love song. I know a lot of people will have a problem with that but I hope some will take the time to listen and see why I would use that particular song to change to a gospel. God bless you and I think its a good thing when we take the time to discuss these matters. Stay Blessed!

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