Five-time Dove winner and Christian rapper KJ-52 is back with an astounding record of fresh rhymes and funky beats! Featuring special guests Da T.R.U.T.H., Trevor McNevan, Braille, and Theory Hazit, it includes "Let's Go," "End of My Rope," "Shake 'Em Off," "Just Like That," "Oye," "Every Time I Call," "Firestarter," "Help Me Change," "The Adventures of Tweezyman," and more.
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Customer Reviews for Five-Two Television CD
Review 1 for Five-Two Television CD
Date:January 28, 2010
I love this cd. KJ52 always has such depth to his songs. Love how he teams with other artists too. Plus he's such a goofball too. Fun and deep!!!
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Review 2 for Five-Two Television CD
Date:November 25, 2009
KJs newest album sports a television theme complete with the headline news at 5 and 11 (at tracks 5 and 11, respectively), 17 new rhymes, and the Chris Carlino story, a four-part audio journal that follows the fictional story of a broken man in search of answers.In my opinion, this is one of KJ-52s best albums yet. Songs range from high energy beats such as End of My Rope and Firestarter to more mellow, soothing songs like Broken People. (And of course no KJ-52 album would be complete without humorous songs like The Adventures of Tweezyman and Tweezy Dance.) My favorite tracks include:Lets Go, a pumping rock/hip-hop song that calls us to get off the wall and live our faith,Picture, where in the song a girl who is hurting shows KJ pictures which represent her life. KJ uses blank colored pages to show her that Jesus came to die in our place so we could have a new life with Him and then he asks her regarding the pictures: Which ones you holding onto, yours or His?andDear God, an honest cry to God. It asks the question that we all desperately need the answer to: God, are you really real and do you really care?. Both the song and the album conclude when the main character of the album finds the answer: yes.The main and best thing about this album is that God is the center of it, and KJs goal is glorifying Him. Take away the catchy beats, the cool synthesizers, and everything else that makes the music sound good, and the message is still there: that its all about God, and He loves us. I highly recommend this album- if you know a friend who purchased it, have them send you the free mixtape that came with it. It has sample versions and remixes of the songs on this album.