Fuirich, Trip - nach do rinn thu Retire?

Bha càraid mìosan bho chionn mi iongnadh air a h-uile duine le bhith ag ùr album, “Rise.” Chan eil sibh a 'tuigsinn mar a bha e doirbh a chumail sàmhach mu dheidhinn mus mo label agus chaidh mi poblach. Tha an clàr air a bhith ann an obair airson còrr is bliadhna, agus cha b'urrainn dhomh feitheamh gus an innis h-uile duine - gu h-àraidh an fheadhainn a bha a 'cumail a' faighneachd nuair a bha mi leigeil rudeigin ùr.

Tha an fhreagairt gu ruige seo air a bhith gu mòr a 'brosnachadh. Tha mi ioghnadh gu bheil daoine air a bhith a 'leantainn gus taic a thoirt dhomh fiù' s ged a tha mi air a bhith gu math sàmhach airson an dà bhliadhna mu dheireadh. Do ghràdh agus air bhioran a-mhàin meudachadh m '.

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Aon de na freagairtean nach robh mi le iongnadh a bha air an fhear seo: "Fuirich, Saoilinn thu dhreuchd a leigeil dheth?" 'S e seo a' cheist a leanas mun cuairt orm mar fhaileas. Tha mi a 'dèiligeadh ri e ann an agallamhan, Tweets, agus blog dreuchdan, ach tha fios agam tha e fhathast soilleir do chuid. Leig dhomh cumail a 'feuchainn ri a shuidheachadh chlàr dìreach: Cha leig dheth a dhreuchd.

Ann 2012, Mi ainmeachadh gu bheil bhithinn "-àtha air falbh bho ceòl." Tha, Tha fios agam gu bheil na fuaimean a dhreuchd a leigeil dheth-Ish, ach tha mi a dh'aona ghnothaich nach robh a 'cleachdadh am facal sin. Chùm mise neo-shoilleir a dh'aona-ghnothach oir cha robh mi 100% cinnteach dè bhiodh e a 'coimhead coltach.

Bha fios agam gun robh e comasach gu 'bheil "The Good Life" B' e mo mu dheireadh album, ach cha robh mi cinnteach. Seo ciod a rinn mi fios: gum biodh prìomhachas mòr gluasad a bhiodh a 'ciallachadh nach fheumte atharrachadh mar a tha mi co-cheangailte ri ceòl. Mi nach biodh e a-mach air an rathad le mo cho emcees uiread. Mi nach biodh e comasach do crank mach buidheann de cheòl ùr. Mi nach biodh e làn-ùine rap. B'aithne dhomh mi ag iarraidh cuideachadh Pastor eaglais Dhè.

Bhon àm sin, Mi air a bhith a 'frithealadh aig mo eaglais ann an Washington D.C. ann an diofar dhreuchdan aoghaireil. Rinn mi obair rianachd, theagasg, òigridh mhinistrealachd, phòsta comhairleachadh, msaa. Chaidh mi mìosan gun sam bith a dhèanamh a 'sealltainn no a' sgrìobhadh aon bhàr de dh'òran air sgàth dleastanasan na h-eaglais. Shuidh mi fiù 's a-mach a' 2013 Unashamed Tour. Agus ged a tha mi ag ionndrainn ceòl ùr ga chruthachadh, I love dè mi air a bhith a 'dèanamh. Cùisean slàinte air a dhèanamh aig amannan dùbhlanach, ach tha e air a bhith riarachail seusan airson mo theaghlach agus mo.

Leabhar-dhealbh a New

Dèidh a 'chiad bhliadhna làn-ùine aoghaireil mhinistrealachd, Tha mi a 'co-dhùnadh gu slaodach a' tòiseachadh ag obair air a 'chlàr ùr. My cruthachail sùgh gun deach botail suas, agus bha mi deiseil gus a dhol. Ach an àite còig no sia mìosan burst neo-stad an sgrìobhadh agus a chlàradh, album seo slaodach agus mean air mhean bho ceòl nach robh m 'obair làn-ùine. Sin obrachadh a-mach mòr oir b 'urrainn dhomh slaodach ceàird gach òran, agus gheibh e cho faisg air iomlanachd 'sa ghabhas.

Tha mi a 'co-dhùnadh a bhith ag obair le aon riochdaire an àm seo, an àite a bhith a 'gabhail ri tagraidhean bho Àireamh buidheann de eadar-dhealaichte balaich. Nuair a thug mi an smuain a Gawvi do ghràdhaich esan e, agus tha sinn a 'putadh a chèile a' dèanamh rudeigin iongantach. A h-uile turas a rinn mi ri Atlanta bha deatamach oir bha e cho doirbh faighinn air falbh bhon teaghlach agus dleastanasan na h-eaglais. Ach an seo tha sinn còrr is bliadhna an dèidh sin, agus tha e cha mhòr-mach!

Tha fios agam air cuid de dhaoine a tha fhathast a 'dol troimh-chèile mu dè an dùil uamsa san àm ri teachd. Tha iomadh cinnt dhomh, ach innsidh mise dhut dè mi fhios:

– Tha mi fhathast ag iarraidh a bhith na mhinistear.
– Tha mi fhathast ag iarraidh a dhèanamh ceòl.
– Tha mi fhathast ag iarraidh siubhal gu Rap agus bruidhinn.
– Tha mi fhathast ag iarraidh a 'sgrìobhadh leabhraichean.

Agus tha mi a 'feuchainn ri faighinn a-mach ciamar no ma urrainn dhomh a dhèanamh a h-uile de na rudan sin ann an dòigh a' cur urram air Dia, fhad 'sa bha fhathast a bhith dìleas dhan teaghlach agam agus eaglais Dhè.

An tiomnadh “Rise” a bhith agam mu dheireadh album? Dh'fhaodadh ea bhith, ach tha mi an dòchas nach. airson a-nis, Tha mi ag iarraidh a mhealtainn an-dràsta agus a roinn maille ribh uile dè tha mi a 'smaoineachadh as fheàrr mo obair fhathast. Tha tòrr air atharrachadh bhon a 2012, ach aon ni fhathast an aon: 'S e an Tighearna Iosa, agus tha mi ag iarraidh mo thoir urram dhàsan le ceòl.

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  1. TonyCeangalaichean BBC

    Good Day my good brother? Its an awesome thing that your passion and desire for music is still flowing through your veins as well as your desire to spread God’s word through sermons. I can imagine how time consuming things are with family, ceòl, ministerial duties etc. Born from D.C and raised in Ft. Worth, its a great thing to see a brother from my neck of the woods doing God’s work in every area.

    Thanks for the music brother.

    modhail,
    Tony

  2. MrAveryBrownCeangalaichean BBC

    Trip has always been intentionally consistent in his approach to teaching, preaching, and music, which has encouraged me and continues to encourage me, daily. When the initial announcement was made in 2012, I knew it wasn’t an officialretirement”, just a strategic shift to focus on other things. Even now, he’s delicately balancing preaching, teagaisg, ceòl, and family in an awesome way. That’s why I’ll continue to support him in his endeavors, and as he mentioned “'S e an Tighearna Iosa, and I want to honor Him…” tha mi ag radh, keep going Trip, your life, music and ministry speaks volumes, beyond a stage, a mic, or a sound bite, your life and the way you intentionally carry yourself, speaks volumes.

  3. DavidQuinonesCeangalaichean BBC

    Trip leeyour life and passion for Jesus amazes me!! You really bless my heart. i am someone who loves authentic people and though i do not have a close relationship to you, that authenticity comes out through your music and your messages. i met you in Philadelphia at Carin University two years ago and it was a life-changing experiencemy dream is to one day work with you in ministry and in music…. keep the faith my friend!!!

  4. MattShaferCeangalaichean BBC

    I’m glad you’re back making music but, more than that, I’m glad that you’re following the way the Lord wants you to go. Your music, books, and messages have been a great uplift to me over the past couple of years. Thank you so much for those. You’re in my prayers.

  5. VICTORKHIZCeangalaichean BBC

    YES! THANK YOU FOR THIS BLOG POST TRIP! IT’S ENCOURAGING TO SEE THAT YOU ARE STILL OPEN TO MAKING MUSIC BUT AT THE SAME TIME ARE STAYING FAITHFUL TO THE MINISTRY IN THE CHURCH. YOU ARE ONE TALENTED DUDE. I LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING YOU LIVE ONCE AGAIN. PRAYING FOR YOU.

  6. TeriaCeangalaichean BBC

    Trip, I am do glad you decided to allow God to use you in music once again. I love his work, and I am happy that soon I will have more relevant tunes to praise God to. Trip, you have been such an encouragement, not only to the young, but to the young at heart, and those across the world. I hope my son turns out to be a man after God’s own heart, such as yourself, and that he will allow God to use him in everyway possible. It is important that our young men have a Godly example before them. Keep doing the will of God. I believe that by staying obedient, God will show himself and bring healing to you. Be beannaichte!
    T. Holmes

  7. Robert MayCeangalaichean BBC

    I am very excited to see that you are disciplined enough to slowly do music and be fully committed to your family and God’s Church. Can’t wait to hear your album though.

  8. KudzCeangalaichean BBC

    Woow this is awesome Trip.I cannot wait for Rise to come out soon.I definetly think this album is going to touch a lot of people.Your music inspires me.Continue to honour the Lord as you do.
    Blessings all the way from New Zealand!

  9. RommelAlonzoCeangalaichean BBC

    hey Trip,

    I really look up to you bro! As someone who is a PhD student in engineering, a youth pastor and a worship leader amongst other things, you’re struggle to find a way to use the talents God has given you has inspired me not to give up in finding the Good life. As soon as I heard the title of your new album, I knew this was God’s way of tellin me it’s time to wake up and to not give up on finding the Good life in him. Even if I fail, your music reminds me that he won’t. Thanks for your music and for the struggle you put yourself through to simply get the message out.

    Tha mòran Love

  10. SarahCeangalaichean BBC

    Much respect for you, Trip Lee. You’re a man of God. You’ve always been one of my favourite rappers and I couldn’t be happier that you’re releasing new music whilst fulfilling your duties to your family and church.

    I have so much gratitude to God for that fact that artists like you exist. You, through God, have provided me so much inspiration in the midst of both my struggles and triumphs, and for that I’d like to show my sincere appreciation. It’s one of my dreams to see you in concert, either by you visiting New Zealand or by me travelling to the US for one of your shows! God bless and much love to you and your beautiful family.

  11. ErickCorralCeangalaichean BBC

    I can’t wait for this new album. I Started listening to Christian hip hop in 2013. First artist I heard was Lecrae. I was hooked since I first heard Church Clothes. Time went by and I started to find out about Andy Mineo, KB, Trip Lee, Tedashii and so on. All of these guysmusic has changed my life. Totally changed my taste in music and also encouraged me to get more involved with my faith. Thank you Trip and the rest of 116. I hope I get to see you in concert soon. Gum beannaicheadh ​​Dia thu.

  12. CBCeangalaichean BBC

    Trip, as you were out of music, I noticed an extreme difference in your approach to your faith & career from other 116 artists. I have been able to see & feel through your journey that being pliable in the hands of the Father has been your number one priority (not saying that isn’t true for the other artists). I admire you for the way that you’ve gone about your pursuit of your goals. I’m proud to be a fan of yours & SO EXCITED that there’s new music from you. I am praying Isaiah 60:1-2 over you & your family, as I feel that RISING to the glory of God that’s shining into your life, is what you’ve been doing over the last years. Salute!
    #Unashamed

  13. JoshuaDenimCeangalaichean BBC

    I’m happy for you bro. I know you’ll do whatever God is asking of you. But for you to say this is your best work yet..I’m really excited to hear what God has been laying on your heart through the music. God bless you man and thanks for teaching me all the things you have through you music.

    PS – 20/20 was BOSS!! Lol

    -JoshuaDenim

  14. AustinRobertsCeangalaichean BBC

    Trip, I’m happy to know you have created a new album. I’m more happy as to the fact you stepped side from music for a while to focus on things in your personal life, that you felt were far more important in which the were. For years I have looked up to you as well as a few of your fellow emcees because if I hadn’t began listening to, what most would call mere lyrics, I would much rather call your words, or songs rather, lyrical testimonies and preachings. Before hearing your music, I was in a dark place. I had fallen far from the arms of God. Your music, as well as other artists, brought me closer to God and motivated me to better myself. I thank you as well as other emcees in your category for inspiring me and motivating me to come closer to God. I support you and what you do because you don’t do the things you do for yourself. Chan eil. You do them in the name of the Lord and I respect that so much. Keep on doing the things you do. God isn’t done working with you yet. Gum beannaicheadh ​​Dia thu.

  15. DrowningInGraceCeangalaichean BBC

    I praise God for your diligence and dedication to His word. The time spent on your album is evident in the tracks that have been released so far. I love your work and ministry and look forward to what God has in store for the Body of Christ through you.
    Grace and Peace.

  16. Julia RiebCeangalaichean BBC

    Trip–

    I recently (4 days ago) just saw you in concert in Salt Lake City, UT. I absolutely loved the way you were so transparent in your songs. You preached the gospel so clearly, Tapadh leat. Thanks so much for bringing hope to the world in the name of Jesus. Gràdh ort!

    –Julia

  17. tamsynCeangalaichean BBC

    Hi Trip Lee. I love your song sweet victory. I love the authenticity of your lyrics. Its really helped me feel like there are people who can sincerely relate with my struggles as a Christian. Cause its not easy. Witnessing how Gods used you due to obedience, ie remaining faithful despite the pain- both encourages and challenges me not to tap out, but to keep pressing on.Christ is soo proud of U. Gum beannaicheadh ​​Dia thu! Tamsyn, South Africa

  18. JesiliaLeaupepeCeangalaichean BBC

    My husband and I are excited for this new album and have listened to every song that has been released so far from Rise. You got great stuff on it bro. We’re glad to be supporting you by buying your new album. (A bharrachd air an sin, you’re a HUGE inspiration to my husband. He’s a big fan of yours-from rapping, to buying your book, and to admiring your love for your wife and kids and how you display it all the time in interviews).

    Gum beannaicheadh ​​Dia thu Bro. May God continue to grant you the strength you need to deal with all your responsibilities. Supporting you all the way from the Bay in California.

    -the Leaupepe’s.

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  21. BillyCeangalaichean BBC

    Bro I just downloaded your album and maaaannnn certain songs almost brought tears to my eyes. Thank you for reppin the Lord man you all have been a huge blessing in my life and brought me closer to Jesus with your music. #116