Rap & hoomana

No ka mea, e like me ka loihi e like me kaʻu e hoomanao, Hip Hop ua i ka pulakaumaka me ke Akua, a me ka hoomana ana. Aole au i olelo e paipai i na mea a pau rappers poe haipule devotees. Aka, kakaikahi ka poe i rappers - paha kekahi Artists no ia mea - hiki ke hoonaueue i ke koi aku ia e komo i ke Akua hanohano i loko o ko lākou oe. It Ka maoli a me ka maikai no makou ke olelo e pili ana i ke Akua, aka, o ka ninau, ua, Heaha hoi ko makou i ka i ana? Kekahi e olelo, "He pono mele. Mai lawe aku pela seriously!” Aka, i ka mea a ka rapper olelo ma ka V., ua oi aku ka nui mamua o oukou e manao.

Kekahi, ua hoʻohana Hip Hop, e hoike i ko lakou oiaio haipule manaoio, a nele paha. Hoʻomana Mohameka, Aoi Five Percenters, Kalikiano, Agnosticism, Atheism, a me na hoomana ana i na mea a pau, ua hoʻolahaʻia ma ke akamai ke ano. I noonoo Hip Hop he uniquely Ka Pakipika e hoike makee, a me ke aloha i ka mea kākou passionate ana. Hapa no ka mea, o ka nohona kāne nāna i koi aku rawness a, o kekahi, no ka Hip Hop apono 'ia nā'ōlelo a, pela oe e hiki nae "ao.”

Aka, ka hapanui o ka manawa Hip Hop ua oi aku e like me ka barbershop ma mua o ke Kula papa. Rappers ke kūlana holo aku ma ka waha, paha lakou i ike i ka mea a lakou i huli kamailio ana paha aole.

oiaio kakou. Recklessness

Aia no kekahi o kona mau rhymes noonoo i ka oiaio - nae i kekahi manawa misguided - imi no a aumeume me ka oiaio. I maliu mai nei. One thinks of The Roots’ “Dear God 2.0,or Kendrick Lamar’s “Dying of Thirst”.” *A hiki i ka wa aʻu e kū'ē'ē 'oe i ko lakou mau assumptions paha hopena a, I ana e hoolohe i ka oiaio hele. A he pinepine höʻike mai i ka pule no ka mea, o koʻu mau hoa emcees.

Hip hop ua mau i ka uala eleeleʻaoʻao nae, kahi Artists pono i ke Akua a me ka hoomana ana me ka disrespect a me ka irreverence. Rappers he e olelo aku i na olelo manao pono iloko o ka manawa - paha lakou nae i manaoio ia lakou paha, aole. A i loko o ka "pou-Karistiano” lahuikanaka e like me kākou, keia mau paakiki hana ino mai ia, ua ana nona o Iesu, a me kona ekalesia.

ʻoia, aia no kekahi mau mea - e like me ka hoopunipuni, a me ke kālā pōloli "hai” - E pono ai e hanaʻino mai. aka, inoino, ka baibala, ka ekalesia, a ke Akua iho, ua pinepineʻia e like me mailuiluʻano ma ka fiction moʻolelo. I ae aku, lohe rappers olelo hooholo no ke "freaky” hana iloko o ka ekalesia papa hīmeni a hooluolu mai iaʻu cringe, aka, aole ė aʻe iaʻu oi aku e hoomaewaewa ana ia Iesu iho.

ua kapaʻia he nui rappers ia lakou iho i ke Akua, kau iho maluna o ka ilikai me Iesu, a ua boastfully lawe ka inoa o ka Haku i ka hewa. Lakou Fashion kūkulu pau albums puni irreverent haipule themes. Lakou Fashion hoʻohana i ko lakou Akua, haawi mai creativity e kūamuamu i ko lakou Mea nana i hana. How ironic.

E like me ka follower o Iesu, I koʻu kino hihia e I lohe i ka mea, aka, oi aku mamua o ka mea I Ka makaʻu i ka poʻe i spew i keia mau olelo hoino. a pau kakou e makaʻu i ke kanaka i Ke Kuahiwi O kuha aku i ka maka o ka Peresidena, aka, ia kakou e noho i makau loa iho la no ke kanaka e kuhakuha aku ana no iloko o ka maka o ke Akua Mana Loa.

I pane koke Ka Grace

A pehea lā hoʻi kaʻu e pane? I ke hoʻomaka i ke kai eʻe e 'auʻa laulā i ko lakou mele. ai ole ia,, e like me ka rapper iaʻu, I ke kakau nei au he scathing kēia mooolelo no na makahiki. Aloha wau ia e oukou hoʻoholo paha kekahi o ia mau hoʻokokoke mai, ua pono a hewa. aka, pololei, Aole au i manao e hana lakou i nui ka pilikia maoli no ka hoʻoponopono '.

Ke mele i keia mau rappers ke hookuu aku oia i ka manaʻo o ko lakou mau naau. Ko makou mau olelo, he mau, he pono kiʻi o he aha ana lā i loko o kakou. Loaa oiai paʻa ana i ka aniani o ka wai, a wai oukou mau loa auaneʻi? O na mea a oukou i loko o ke aniani hookahe aku ma luna o ka honua. E like me makou i na mea a pau ike, ko kakou clumsiness aole paka i ka wai, ia mea wale hōʻike mai i ka mea hala a ma ke aniani. He ka mea, me ko makou mau olelo. I ka wa a makou e olelo, ole rap or, ka maʻiʻo o ko kakou mau naau, ua kahe aku ka waina aku. Olelo ana, a me ke mele, aole ia i hana mai ia makou hewa, aka, aole kiola aku la i ka mea a Ka iloko o ko kakou mau naau a me na manao (Matthew 12:34).

Ma ka malamalama o ka mea, e hoolohe i kekahi o na rappers i lawe i na wahine haipule themes'ōlelo mai iaʻu na mea elua.

Ka mua, aole lakou i hoomaopopo i ka Iesu no. Ina lakou i, aole loa lakou e olelo i ka la i keia ala. ʻoia, lakou i ike mai la o Iesu ia, he Iudaio kanaka i ke kea elua tausani makahiki aku nei. aka,, they don’t truly understand Him.

No ke kanaka a me ka wahine, ma ko lakou manao pono e ho'āʻo e kau iho ma luna o ka ilikai, me ka piha aoi, ina aole lakou i hoomaopopo io ia ia, e noho ia. 'Aʻohe e disrespect ia ma ka ÷ ino ia ia me ka moe kolohe' īnea i hana ai kāʻili wale, ina aole lakou i hoomaopopo ia ia, o ka Lunakanawai mau loa o ko lakou mau uhane. Lakou i mauʻale i kona inoa a puni e like me ia, heʻaʻole, ae hana i kona inoa me ka levity a me ka disrespect.

I ka wa au iʻiʻo ike ia Iesu, oukou hoomaopopo ana i ka luaʻole. I ka ike io oukou i ka Moi, malama i kona mana, oe e 'aʻa aku ia mea. Pela no ka poe wale hopena hiki iaʻu ke kauo mai oia ia lakou i ike ia ia, no ka mea oia ka mea.

Ka lua, makou pono i na kanaka, ka poe i ike mai la o Iesu e olelo i. Aole pono i ka mele, a me memo moʻomanaʻo pūnaewele, aka, ma ka ahaainaʻaina, ma ka boardroom, a ma loko o ka lumi papa. No ke aha mai? No ka mea, o keia naaupo a me ka irreverence mea i kū i ka rappers. Paakiki oe, he pono i kekahi olelo o ia mea. Kakou noho i loko o ka nohona hoomakapoia i ka oiaio (2 Korineto 4:4).

Wehe Wa Eyes

A ina i ike oe ia Iesu, hai aku i kou mau hoaaloha, a me 'ohana i ka oiaio. ka mea, aole e toyed me ke Akua. He mea ia e hoomana aku, aloha, nonoi aku nei, a ua nanea. He Aloha maoli. He inaina hewa, a hoouna aku la i kana Keiki, e hana aku ia mea,. I ka ʻoiaʻiʻo, make i kana Keiki, a lawe aku la i ka hoopai ana no ka hewa pela makou makemake e ike ole i. And God raised Him from the grave so that we could live with Him forever.

Kekahi i ka euanelio ma na mea e ae! aka, e 'oluʻolu e, e hana pela me ka lokomaikai. Hooki maʻa mau ma na kanaka, ae hoʻomaka aloha ia lakou. Inā he paena ike ia Iesu, no ka mea oia ka mea, ka mea, Aole no oeʻoi aku ōlaʻi. It Ka no ka mea, ke Akua weheia kou mau maka makapo. E pule ia e hana i ka ia no ko oukou mau hoaaloha a me ka ohana.

A ina aole oe i ike ia Iesu, oe e loaa e ike ia. He Aloha indescribably maikai, a oi aku mamua pono o ko kakou wa. Ka anei he mea hiki ke hoolawaia e ignore ke Akua, ai ole ia hana i kana Keiki e like me ka pono kekahi Makuahine hookahi kekahi o kakou. Ko kakou mau loa aku ami ma luna o ka mea a makou i manaoio ma o Iesu. A me ka oiaio, he, ina kakou manaoio iloko ona paha, aole, kakou e, e hookolokoloia e ia.

No laila, he aha ka ke Akua i kekahi nonbeliever oukou e noi? nana i hana, Sustainer, a me ka Lunakanawai. A ina e huli kakou ae manaoio - Mea e Olaʻi.

*Akahana: Au, aole like me ka paipai ana ia oukou hoolohe ana i na mele i oleloia maluna. Kekahi o lakou he ino 'ōlelo mea e ole ai e kūpono paha kōkua no ka mea, he nui.

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  1. Abepane

    We would all be afraid for a man who’d spit in the face of the
    President, but we should be even more afraid for a man who spits in the face of Almighty God.” – That sentence is very powerful!

    Thank you for this article Trip! I really enjoy Christian Hip Hop because I always felt that lyrically it had much more content and teaching than normal CCM praise music.

    Ironically, I have never liked secular Hip Hop because of the constant repeating lyrical content of sex, ai ', self exalting, a pela aku. That has been true even before I became Christian.

    I ka ʻoiaʻiʻo, I grew up listening to punk rock and was always a rocker. When I found Christian Hip Hop, I aloha ia! My friends were dumbfounded that I was listening to Hip Hop since I had always disliked it, at least secular Hip Hop.

    Keep on doing your great work and I shall too my brother! For the Glory of God and our beloved Saviour Jesus! :D

    • CherishJesusLuvpane

      Hey huakaʻi,
      I agree that out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks, so naturally the words to songs are going to be about whats going on in a person.
      I would also like to add that many Country singers as well talk about Jesus as some one they would drink with? Ummm yeah right if they saw him they would become humble and would not think much about drinking. Or would try to hide from his presence.
      I would like to share on here and with you that I have been called to speak to people about His Love. His Spirit told me that He would speak threw me to people. I am not perfect and I do try to stay unstained by the world, and am growing like other Christians also.
      I wanted to share with you some of my testimony of Gods goodness in my own life.
      I had always felt like I could feel God watching me even as a youth. I would sing to Him and get lost in the day thinking about His love. When I was 15 the Lord literally showered me with His love and Spirit and I received the Holy Spirit that day. My mouth was used by the Spirit to answer questions that was on others in the room hearts. And He spoke to me threw my heart telling me He had come to live in me and would protect me and would speak threw me when the time was right. I remember when I was in 9th grade and these people came with trash cans full of condoms to our school. Robert E. Lee in Tyler Tx. They showed us many pictures and the deceases that sex would bring. They told us to fill free to fill up small brown trash bags of condoms and take them if we needed them. They were telling us that we could go to the nurses office and get some also if we did not want to take them right then. When they said,”Sex is the best filling that you will ever fill.I stood up in-front of the whole 9th grade class and these people and proclaimed. “No God’s Holy Spirit is the best thing you and I will ever fill.They had police escort me to the office until after they had finished there spill. I remember a few students stood along with me and said she is right. This was the beginning of my journey.
      Later on in Life I was at an apartment where there was drinking and card games. I remember I felt like I needed to flee this place this feeling overwhelmed me in my heart. I noticed a man on a karaoke machine started to say my name and spoke things about me that I did not know how he could know. I watched him and noticed I could see horns coming out from his head I asked my friend if she could see what was happening also, she replied no, but that she felt uneasy about us being there. I knew I was seeing a spiritual thing happening then. I saw more things razor sharp teeth and and claws, and at that point I ran to the door to get out. The man on the karaoke machine called out to a women to close the door on me and not let me leave, she was not able to and he hurried to the door and stood in-front of the door closing me inside. I was in complete shock at what happened next. I saw the ugliest demon possible come half way out of this man as if to devour me right there, and at that moment a beautiful white covering came down over my entire body and in an instant the demon flew from this mans body. The man could not stand and slid down the door into a sitting position and I saw tears run down his face. I was then able to open the door even with this man sitting in-front as easy as if he were not sitting there, and began to run as fast as I could out of this apartment complex.
      I at this point I felt as if I needed to ride my self from all the people in my life that would even consider to put me into a room with people that were demon possessed. And so I fought my way away from gangs and bad influences. I did not really give my whole life to God at this point and would like to add I am still in training in this area also. But for God to protect me in this way even though I was young and in need of so much mercy and grace, still baffles my mind to this day. His love is Amazing. I have only encountered one other demonic spirit to which I could spiritually see. I was driving down the hwy 155 and I noticed a car plate that saidVampireon it, as I passed the car I looked at the driver and saw a demon right there in the mans body. I speed up to get on down the road away from this one.
      Another example of God’s Protection in my life. When I was younger some time after I received the Holy Spirit I was riding in the back end of a pick up truck in Louisiana and it was me and three cousins all very young in the back and three cousins in the front. I felt the Spirit move me to sing He has the whole world in his hands, And I stood up and raised my hands to God. At that moment as my cousins in the back are looking at me like why is she singing that, my cousin who was driving was passing a truck to our right and we are in a curve and a truck was in the lane ahead coming straight on. My cousin who was driving said, “Dear God what have I done.and my other cousin in front said, “My God.and I was just lifting my hands to God and singing. I saw a beautiful rain-bowed hand slash cloud come down in an instant and remove the truck that was to head on collide with us. I remember seeing the truck behind us on down the road as if nothing had happened. When we got back to my aunts home my cousins said, “We would all be dead if not had Cherish been in the truck.they asked me what I was doing back there and I said singing hes got the whole world in his hands. My cousins and I are still in Awe of God for his protection of all of us that day. I told them it was not “mai iaʻu” aka, “ke Akua” who had protected us.
      This is just a couple of the many times God has protected me, showed mercy to me and kept me from harm.
      With all that said I hope this encourages someone out there, and Loving Jesus is not just aboutseeingsomething happen for we know Scripture says Blessed is the man who has not seen and yet still believes. And that is only a part of that scripture fyi. Anyways I wanted to share this and say I Love Jesus, I believe and testify to his protection,mercy, and Love. I want everyone to know our King has a wedding feast He is preparing for His beloved. We as His Church are his beloved and He wants you and me and anyone reading this to prepare themselves for His appearing, and to repent from there sins and follow Him. I Love your music Trip. It has blessed my life and others around me. I pray that you will continue to Put Matt 6:33 into practice and live a life testifying to our Kings goodness. I am so thankful for good beats with God loving words that I and my young family can enjoy as we wait upon Him. Cherish :) I AM UNASHAMED!

      Matthew 6:33 But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.

  2. CLEAN MIMSHACHpane

    Talk about this rapper . He had aJesus walksvision in the Hip-hop industry as you have but what happened? “failedif you so to speak. What went wrong?…These are the questions you need to find answers to.

    Sitting back and analyzing What’s happening to Jesusimagewont change a thing. As a matter of fact that CANT alter JesusJESUS!!.

    He was crucified by some bunch of cheap Romans soldiers and that even led to the prove that He Jesus is God after He Resurrecting.

    Go get a record deal from YMCMB and Preach the Truth in a raw manner, and see whether you will survive as a rapper.say what the world wants to hearbusinesssmh

    They are so use to the world and it systems: Getting money, fornicating, etc.. to the extend that even if Jesus manifest Himself physically to them today, they will unconsciously slip back into there old ways later.

    You can easy destroy a tree at it nursing stage but not when it has fully established as a Timber.and the only way to get rid of a Timber completely is by destroying it root.

    So do what you ought to do to destroy the root of the problem as asavedbeing. Tell the world what they’ve not heard before.. A material proof of JesusExistence, Power and Glorynew light

  3. Nicholas J. Gauslingpane

    Some friends of mine recently commented that the best way to recognize falsehood is by learning to recognize truth; I think that wisdom applies here. One could go about creating a campaign against this godless music, but even better is to keep producing God-centered music.

    I’m not much of a rap fan myself, but I am tremendously grateful that there are individuals such as yourself who are serving as a sort of indigenous missionary and reaching into that culture with the love of Christ.

  4. CLEAN MIMSHACHpane

    OK. it is time forChristian rappersto mock their (world) god(satan). its as simple as that.

    If you think our Jesus is being disrespected/mocked then you rappers are in the best position to also render their satan powerless by insulting/disrespecting satan the hard way twice.

    • Cecepane

      ʻAe! Thanks for sharing Dr. Utley! I heard you speak at North Park University last fall and was impacted by this connection.

  5. Terence Abrahampane

    Wow Will…..I do appreciate how powerful and subtly you used words to put through your thoughts [shows whats in your glass :) ]…I wanted to voice similar opinions, you really brought clarity into this topic using good examples.

    hoomaikai hou,
    Terence.A

  6. MoNsTroSitypane

    there be gods MANY and lords MANY. (1Co8:5) aHaYah asher aHaYAH, TELL the CHILDREN of YISRAEL I AM HATH sent you. (Ex.3:14) & moreover the El of Avraham, Yitschak, n Yaacov (Ex.3:15).. YmmanuwEL, YesHaYAH HaMashiyach.

    PRAY & read your Bible intensely and the Holy One of YisraEl WIL reveal the answers from OUR Father which ART in heavenSalvation the Saviour is comin back for His ppl… “The TWELVE Tribes of YisraEL” & those that BELIEVE the WORD of aHaYAH.. search for YeshaSalvation as a HIDDEN treasureBless aHaYAHHe Who IS, He Who WAS, & He Who IS to COME. (Rev1:4) even so come, YesHaYAH. Amene.

  7. RJSALEZpane

    No laila, he aha ka ke Akua i kekahi nonbeliever oukou e noi? I say ask them back, What’s a non believer to a God? ;)

  8. Empresspane

    this is really a great message
    inspired me to write something today, don’t let some negative people or comments sway you from speaking the truth. I know that there are some out there that might try to get on your nerves. I am here to say Keep it up you are making a difference

  9. MsBpane

    When I was if the world, I was a heavy hip hop enthusiast because of the artistic creativity and mainly because of content. Listeners gravitate to words that appeal to the heart. No laila,, in essence, as long as there are darkened hearts, there will be those that gravitate to the message. This article just serves notice on us who believe becausewe are made to light it up a city on a hilltopand we want people to ‘hit us up when they feel lostSO that we can navigate them tithe savior. You’ve outlined our sole mission in this article- thanx! P.S. LOVE THE CUP ANALOGY!!!! AWESOME. Na ke akua e hoʻopōmaikaʻi aku

  10. hoomanao: Rebel Rapper Trip Lee Talks About Rap & hoomana - YES FM

  11. UnveilDa1pane

    I love the thought process of Mr. Lee, I’ve been a follower of Trip from the jump, When he asked the question “A pehea lā hoʻi kaʻu e pane? I ke hoʻomaka i ke kai eʻe e 'auʻa laulā i ko lakou mele. ai ole ia,, e like me ka rapper iaʻu, I ke kakau nei au he scathing kēia mooolelo no na makahiki. I’ll let you decide whether either of those approaches are right or wrong.I think a response with a diss record is very appropriate, I see it as an opportunity to do exactly what David did to Goliath. He had the chance to shut the mouths of the one who was speaking against his GOD. Now with the influence and the amazing GOD giving talent Trip has, I see it as a golden opportunity to Infiltrate the Industry.