God's Child
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God's Child

Band Hip Hop New Age


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Albums: The Talk of the City (2006)
Singles: Higher (feat. Shiloh)
Got 2 Have 'Em
Move (feat. Charlie Yang)


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After listening to God's Child discuss the journey they have been on as a group, you will begin to have a greater appreciation for what this Mobile, AL hip-hop soul recording duo has to say. Since 2003, Charod Jones and Elijah McCreary Jr. have been creating controversy with the mixture of different genres of music. "Our music is the life of an individual seeking God's will for his/her life. It documents all of the ups and downs you experience," says Elijah. The declaration couldn't have been clearer, although the typical listener could easily misconstrue this concept due to God's Child's mainstream appeal, clever metaphors, and soulful style. Influences of Outkast, Michael Jackson, 2pac, and even Stevie Wonder tailor the diverse sound that God's Child brings to the table. The term "hip-hop soul" is defined as "hip-hop with a conscience," according to Elijah and Charod. From groudbreaking lyrics to riveting performances, these two MCs have been causing a lot of commotion on the Gulf Coast music scene. But as the self-proclaimed "blues brothers" have learned, popularity doesn't always warrant welcome. "We've been through a lot these last couple of years, and the conflicts and setbacks have done nothing but prepare us for our task ahead. We know everybody is not going to like the God's Child movement, but that's life," says Charod. Elijah and Charod have just finished their debut project, "The Talk of the City," in which they both proclaim is "the most anticipated album of the year." "Nobody ever knows what to expect from us, but they do know that it will be very different and cutting edge," says Elijah. In the same way the Gulf Coast prepares for hurricane season, God's Child is preparing the region for an extraordinary experience, but with a more positive impact.