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by Undergrad

A conscious style that has truth and Repping the King Jesus Christ. We have to save souls.
Genre: Spiritual: Christian Rap
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1. Press (Feat. Nijah Fudge)
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2. What's Your Mission
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3. Spill (Feat. Nijah Fudge)
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4. Explode
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5. Triple Threat (Feat. Arieal)
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6. Change (Feat. Nijah Fudge)
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7. True Love
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8. Spark Da Dark (Feat. B-Humble, L.A.M.E.W)
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9. Story Line
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10. Stay Confident (Feat. Ashley Randle, Tyler Randolph, Warren Cart
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11. Just Listen (Feat. Spotlight)
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12. Vision's Real Clear (Featt. Arieal)
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13. Can U Feel Him
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14. Fly (feat. Arieal, Nijah, Spotlight)
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15. Men In The Mirror (Feat. Arieal)
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16. Free (Feat. Arieal)
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Album Notes
Biography of Wesley A. Forte
AKA Undergrad
If you don't have GOD, please put him your life. To have a peace of mind is to have a peace with GOD. These words come from true man of GOD, Wesley Antoinne Forte. Wesley grew up in rural Kansas City, Missouri in St. James Paseo United Methodist Church. He has always loved music and started out as a part of the music group called, Too Young to be True. He performed with this group from the age of 9 to age 13 before many audiences. Growing up in the church with a God-fearing mother and many others by his side, guided him in the right direction. In the beginning of 2006 he came out with his first album entitled, Mixtape from the Heart Vol.1 and became well known to the public as the Undergrad. Not too long afterwards in May 2006, Wesley rededicated his life to the LORD JESUS CHRIST. As everyone, he struggled to keep the devil off of his back. In 2007 he made up his mind to truly turn his life around and live all out for the LORD. Undergrad is now a true man of GOD, who not only speaks the Word of the LORD, but also walks it. He witnesses to each unsaved soul that he can, including the students in his classroom. Anyone who knows Wesley A. Forte, AKA the Undergrad, will say that he is a man who is SOLD OUT FOR GOD. He's been through the fire, he's struggled through the storm, and he's made it to the mountain top and now he can say, I'm FREE!


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This cd is full of God's love. This cat is really walking it out with God. My favorite song is Explode because he really lives out loud for Christ. A must get cd! Kansas City's own Gospel Kanye West repping the King!!!!


A must buy!
love it

Evan Cleaver Crictic for the Kansas City Call

Undergrad Free Review
UNDERGRAD: FREE. I don't listen to gospel rap, but I popped in 'Free' to
see what this emerging branch of Hip-Hop has to add to the music
gumbo. The album provides an opportunity for younger Christians to vibe with
a message of putting God in their lives, being selective in what music
they feed themselves, and having faith while seeking a Jesus filled
life on earth that leads to life everlasting with the Heavenly Father. It
is an escape from a genre of music that has hit a low as an art form
with many musicians making songs strictly for parties. For people
seeking relief and wanting to listen to lyrics, beats, and life about God,
'Free' is the album to pop in. The opening track "Press" has a smooth
head nod that helps us ease into the album. The last verse on "Spill"
entertains us with the best flow and lyrical dexterity on the album. "Spark
Da Dark" is the albums strongest song, as it has the mission of saving
souls and bringing Christ in the darker
corners of a world that desperately needs him. The combination of
rappers lends a great balance to the beautifully grimy beat. "Stay
Confident" is a sunny song that uplifts the soul. "Just Listen" has the most
appeal on the "Free" as it relaxes the listener and doesn't come across
as too 'preachy' as a lot of gospel rap can do at times. The album is
something to pick up as mainstream Hip-Hop is constantly disappointing,
and making its listeners slaves to beats and superficial lyrics, maybe
its time the world let Gospel Hip-Hop make us free. Somehow, Someway,

Evan Cleaver
Critic for the Kansas City Call