I'm A Saint Marching In: The Mix Tape of Righteousness Volume 1 is all about Praising God Almighty and acknowledging Jesus Christ through lyrical energetic ambitions with banging Beats to give your Heart extra Heart Beats. The Song I'm A Saint Marching In is a reference to New Orleans and Using the the New Orleans Saints as a metaphor of artist being an actual Righteous Saint of God Almighty. The Mix tape takes you a righteous Journey through the Cadillac of soulful love for the Heavenly Father.
After this Mix Tape the Artist Bruce Coleman sees his self pursuing other avenues of music. Such avenues include being a Beat Maker, learning to play the piano, saxophone, guitar to even writing songs to other genres of Music. "I feel as Rapper you should never just do just rap, you should always be looking to improve and diversify your general love for music, whether it's Hip Hop, R&B, Jazz, Pop, Rock, or Country music." Coleman realizes rapping, especially rapping independently can be a hard game. Even being on sites like CDbaby.com their isn't thousands of people, not even hundred of people checking his music out. Coleman thought when he put an album out it would sell hundreds of thousand of copies. "It feels like i"m a big fish in a bigger ocean and no one is catching me."
Despite this feeling Coleman will continue to try new ways to promote his Music and get it to sell. If not Coleman will find other avenues of creativity to fall upon. "if you try to do one thing and the door closes on you, then it's time to do something else, I don't think I will be a Rapper five years from now unless I see a drastic change in album sales," says Coleman. This Mix tape I'm A Saint Marching in was Coleman second try to give it another shot so his future in Rap rest in the people who chose to purchase my music. "No matter how much I say i love doing music, if i don't have big support from you the fan of music then the purpose of doing it is defeated." But Coleman do understand that Christian Rap is a hard sale in the first place. Enough churches don't support Christian Rap and Christian Rap biggest audience would be the people who listen to Gossip Music, but that's another story in itself.