Flesh war is a Gospel/Dancehall EP, focussed on the struggle between the flesh and the spirit, as detailed in Galatians 5 and throughout Christian theology.
The EP contains nine songs each with a focal scripture and a theoretical framework and breakdown, (to be found on the website) for those who wish to explore the subject matter further. The tracks are delivered in a Reggae/Dancehall type style and are based on what the bible has to say about this epic struggle.
Flesh war is a combination of music and the ministry of the word, and is better defined as a project, because of the accompanying materials (see website) . Flesh War is much more than just another Ragga gospel EP. It is an attempt to underscore an issue worthy of our attention.
From the slow melodic beats to the more up tempo, there is definitely something there for every different type of listener.
This album will appeal to those who like the Dancehall genre, but dislike the aggressive and particularly explicit/vulgar material that is so prevalent in the music form presently. It will also appeal to those who prefer the more authentic sound as opposed the present computerised sound and trend.
This EP will appeal to those who feel that Christian Reggae/Dancehall is lacking all too often in content and substance.
Track number nine is a reading of Romans chapter six over the backing track to Subject Flesh.
This track is intended to help believers memorise the chapter, in order to experience victory in this area of their lives.
The tracks form an intentional scrutiny of the challenge to be spiritual as opposed to carnal and each track highlights a different aspect of the struggle.
Above and beyond the music of Flesh War, the tracks are also accompanied with dictionary definition and study material (see website). This is to enable the listener to further delve into and study the subject of the flesh. It provides strategies for successful and victorious living in this area of the Christian life.
Those who hear these tracks can expect to be edified and enlightened and empowered. Purchasing this CD will allow the hearer not only to be entertained, by more importantly edified.
1Corinthians 14:26 (Amp)
[But] let everything be constructive and edifying and for the good of all.