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"Fully Loaded (Street Ministry) 5 Peices of candy"

CD's are rated from 1 to 5 pieces of candy by Sweets of Next Magazine. (http://www.nextmagazineonline.com)

Street Ministry
Everything from the packaging, production, lyrics, and message is astounding. Their spiritual uplift is definitely what's missing and needed in today's hip hop. With all the violence, drugs, guns, sex, and materialistic value plaguing hip hop, this is the answer. They even pay respect to old school classics. Check out the Rakim gem "It's been a ling time" in gospel dialog. Also, revised classic rhymes like Craig Mack “I Adore You” in a gospel tune. My personal favorite cut is "Some can Some can't". Also the singing and harmony to these tracks will have even an Atheist praying in no time. Former street hustlers to reborn Christians, Street Ministry is the true definition of beautiful music... "AMEN TO THAT" - Next Magazine


Fully Loaded has completed their first LP entitled "Street Ministry" EP's off the album are,
Some Can, Some Can't, Been a Long Time, God's Purpose, Power of the Cross, Sing and Shout.



Terrell Mantez b.k.a Bro. T-Rell

Born in Camden, NJ and raised up in a Catholic Church with his family members. Terrell’s mother sang backup for the Supremes. As a youngster, Terrell had to hold his own on the rough streets of Camden. When Terrell moved to Philadelphia, Pa he got caught up in gang rivalries. Yet through it all, God saw favor and kept his hands on Terrell’s life through his many near death experiences of the every day street hustling and experiences in different religions.

Through rap, which Terrell had lived and performed at in various clubs in his street life, has now turned his lyrics over to the Lord. God had placed on Terrell’s heart to reach the youth teach the youth and tell them what the Lord can do.

Terrell’s Lyrics definitely portray the Love that he has for his Lord and savior and strives for new and inventive way’s to reach the lost through rap as well as street outreach ministries.

Terrell is also a faithful tithe and faithfully serving the vision of his pastors Lamont and Constance McLean, Living Faith Christian Center, Pennsauken, NJ. http://www.faithspeaks.org

John Walker b.k.a Bro. JW

John didn’t know the purpose for his life. As a child growing, up he thought and acted like a child. Even when becoming a young man there was still no clue. John lived a life the way others wanted him to live. People would make decisions for him until he could make decisions for myself. All the lot, God knew the plan for his life even when things were undecided about his purpose. God knew John had songs in my heart for him but at the time John was too busy doing other things and trying to find his own revelation of who he was. As time went on, John discovered that what he wanted and how he could find revelation of himself was in Jesus Christ. John’s relationship with God inspired him to have full revelation of the voice he had. Songs long ago that John would sing had no purpose but songs that God would lead him to sing had purpose.

John’s goal is to continue singing melodies in words to express the love he has for Savior and to seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and all other things will be added in Jesus Name.

John is also a faithful tither and faithfully serving the vision of his pastors Lamont and Constance McLean, Living Faith Christian Center, Pennsauken, NJ. http://www.faithspeaks.org