The second album from southern hiphop heavies Everyday Process is another hard-hitting blast of chunky, bass-heavy beats and faith-based rhymes of encouragement, truth, devotion, and living the gospel in the streets. Outtadisworld includes "No Problem," "Against the Grain," "Make You Smile," and more.
Everyday Process delivers a good CD about being a new creature in Christ and this world not being our home. This theme runs throughout the CD with songs like Invasion, Alien, New, Freak, and Against the Grain. A good CD to listen to that reminds us as believers that we are going to come across strange to the unsaved world, but we should expect and accept it in our growth in the Lord and are desire to reach the lost. My only negative is that the songs seemed a little overproduced with the sound effects, synthesizers, etc., but still a good, Godly hip hop CD to add to your collection.
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Review 2 for Outtadisworld CD
Date:June 4, 2010
Everyday Process - the dynamic duo best known for their clever punch lines, high energy beats, and ultra slick sampling is back with a sophmore album "Outtadisworld".The theme of the album can be summed up by its title. As Christians, we no longer call this earth "home" in the truest sense of the word - for our real home is with God in heaven."Outtadisworld" wastes no time in setting the stage, and immediately immerses the listener in an other wordly atmosphere with "Alien" - a song featuring a series of complex sounds that are accentuated with hard hitting bass notes."Fire" is undoubtedly my favorite song from the album, and features everything that Everyday Process fans have come to love: a solid beat, loads of samples, quick punchlines, and a bold chorus that beckons you to yell along with it."Jesus Freak" is a strong anthem which encourages Christian's to embrace their inner "Jesus Freak" - after all, the song begs an important question: "I recognize that people percieve us as a little bit crazy.. a little bit off the rocker.. but how crazy is it not to accept the one who would die for your sins?""I Don't Belong" is another excellent demonstration of EP's trademark sampling at work and is a great song all around.Ultimately, my overall feeling is that Everyday Process' first album "The Process of Illumination and Elimination" was a more polished package with a few more watts of energy than "Outtadisworld" - though I would still recommend that Christian Rap fans lend "Outtadisworld" their ears as there is still plenty to like here. For a more detailed breakdown of the album where each song is rated individually, please visit the CrossRap website.