I Love Music

Kela ano, a laila au e hele hou ae e hoolohe i albums, a me nā mele e maoli neʻe mai iaʻu artistically a me ka uhane, i ka wa aʻu i lohe ai ia lakou. One of those albums is Ka Solus Christus Project by Shai Linne. O kekahi o koʻu punahele Hip Hop albums- manawa. Ka iecaianoaaiiuo Ua kū hoʻokahi (nae, aole commerical), ka maʻiʻo, he mea hiki ole, a Shai ke lyrical ke akamai, ua ma luna o piha make. 'O kēia kekahi o ia mau albums i hana rappers noi iho, "No ke aha la au I keia manawa rapping hou?”

Aole e hiki iaʻu ke hoʻohana i ka pau mooolelo ma keia wahi, aka, eia ka kekahi o koʻu punahele Verses mai ka Album. It O shai ke kumu holoholomoku, mai "V. hōʻoia 1,2″:

He haawi i kona ola i kumu hoola e like me, I Like hype, a I Laki hula
I ka haiia ae la maluna i koʻu kēlā mele o Kristo, ka pono Keiki hipa ka mea anapu kuu ipukukui
Owai ae keia, o ka Haku o nā lāhui kanaka
E hiki anei hype, he lāhui kanaka iʻona, e palapala ole i kekahi olelo o ka hoʻoponopono glorification?
Koʻu nawaliwali olelo- inadequate nō e wehewehe i ka Immaculate hua
Destined e hana kupaianaha hana
I ka makahiki o ka umikumamalua, la oia i na poo kahiko he nui konaʻikeʻia i
Hoʻolohe kona mau makua, nae ia i hana i ko lakou makani paipu
Aʻoiaʻiʻo Anomaly- a owai la ka mea hiki ke noʻonoʻo i ka
Kauwa e kaua ana i ka nahesa iluna ma ka waonahele, me Verses mai Kānl
Satana kiola kela keʻakeʻa nei ma ia, aka, hiki iā lākou ke kau wale mai
Ka''he hana maalea o ka eschatological Adamu
Ke kū hoʻokahi o kona akahai, he hohonu e olelo
A ina e manao ke akahai, he palupalu wale hoao i akahai i ka hebedoma
Danny manaʻo kanaka- akā, ua pohā me ka divinity
Hooko ana i ka berita mau loa i loko o ka Trinity
Excruciating hoomanawanui, mana eha nui
Kapu Akua abandonment no ka mea, o ka Inventor o ka umekaumaha
No ka hewa i loko o ka Moi, He ua pani
I ka hua o kona aloha, ua lawa ke scoop hewa i mai ke kumu
Ke kolu o ka lā ala lanakila- 'o ia hoʻi ka moʻolelo, he
A hula o ke Akua ka i kauoha ia e hana ia Iesu nānā nani
Makou kuha olelo hemolele ma luna o kui iho oe a e hoohuli i ka mahana
A aole lakou hee hope ana paha o makou imi i ka hoi ana mai o ka Emperor!

ia, koʻu mau hoaaloha, oia kekahi o ka poe nui loa Hip Hop Verses loa i kākauʻia. Ka rhyme manaʻo, i ka hua'ōlelo hou, ka clarity a me ka hohonu o ka maʻiʻo, ke kahe- a pau o ia mea, ua Kamehameha. Hoolea aku i ke Akua no ka mea, me kuu kaikunane Shai. He aha kekahi o yʻalls punahele albums, a me Verses?

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2 pākuʻi

  1. Leepane

    To respond to your question Tripthis was the verse that compelled me check out Shai in the first place, off Flame’s Our World Redeemed, “2nd coming.Amazing.

    In the scriptures we find facts
    Pictures of divine acts
    Prophesied God provides wisdom the mind lacks
    At History’s climax
    More vivid than IMAX
    The sky cracks with
    Jesus on some, I’m back
    Ano,, just try to visualize the most
    Glorious site ever to hit physical eyes
    Holy angels in Christ who gets minimalized
    in splendor arrives and all the dead in Him will arise
    Believers who are alive become a maturated Order
    And caught up in the clouds like evaporated water
    To Be captivated by the Master’s grace and aura
    Before He Activates the slaughter
    on the cats who hate the Torah
    The File wildinout and doubt and wouldn’t call on Him
    And now Crying out for the mountains to fall on ’em
    The dead come Out the grave at the holy judge they look
    They’re broken up and shook
    while He opens up the books
    All sins will be Weighed not ignored
    And law breakers slayed (slain) by the sword
    on the day of the Lord
    While we gaze and admire His
    Greatness, liars and fakes who hate Messiah expire in
    The fiery lake
    Made for Satan and his angels sent to deceive
    Multitudes who refuse to repent and believe
    The elect have no hell to fear
    Cause we’re related to the judge
    Like the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

    Another verse that hit me, Lecrae’s verse onBeautiful Feetoff Rebel. It was amazing and really hit at the heart for me:

    Eric used to go to bible study as a kid
    He got older and started doing what the hood did
    A rival gang caught him slippin tried to take his life
    But the jammed up so them beat him nice
    He woke up in the hospital singing bible songs
    Praise God he had a place to learn the bible from
    But then he gets saved and wanna preach Christ they make him change his whole culture and way of life
    He gotta get him a bachelors wear a suit and tie
    Go to seminary by then all of his boys will die
    Jesus came to invade culture outta nazereth and used a couple fisherman who people saw as hazardous
    The feet are beautiful if only they’d go
    If ain’t nobody in hood preaching how will they know?
    Eric is better used taught trues in his context
    Somebody please plant a church in his projects.

    The last one I can think of off top is Tedashii’s verse from Between Two World’sBear with you” (which I think is my favorite song on the whole album) –

    Life done been crumby, since I been walkin a young’n
    Call me different or funny, wish I could change it like money
    Grew up off in the country, we’re lookin different n funny
    Stupid head or just ugly, no matter what it kept comin
    Askinmy momma where daddy, he aint here to protect me
    Teach me, raise me, or carry my load when it get heavy
    So I did it on my own, fightn carryin on
    It don’t matter what they told me dawg, I thought I was grown
    People tell me that I’m trippin, n i tell them they wrong
    All the while I’m actin out, blamin my daddy who gone
    Fast forward by 10, when God saved me from sin
    And He changed my heart from dark to light to show to all men
    And I got the conviction, call him up and stop trippin
    Thats when I found out he’s a Christian, who got saved in omission
    Thats when it goes past religion, and then it makes an incision
    Into your heart n then you start forgivin, man and start buildin!

    Cheers to good music and hail to the King!

  2. JulianHpane

    I’m constantly amazed by the show Shai and others like yourself put on through your lyrics. I figure most Hip Hop isn’t that difficult because you have the freedom to create bars that really don’t have to relate to your previous bar. Just saying random things that rhyme, pretty much. But you guys have to pick a subject and make it rhyme while still having a clear message. I couldn’t measure the difficulty of that. And that Shai verse you posted, in light of that difficulty, is truly amazing.