Beautiful Eulogy Is One Of My Favorite Groups . Peep This Review And Stream Of All Three Albums. What Are Your Thoughts On This Group?

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Braille and Odd Thomas’ rhyme style suit the production perfectly. Whereas both can flow flawlessly on more traditional beats, the rapid-fire, spoken-word aesthetic on show here is, again, something fresh in the scene. The MCs play off each other well, for example on “Entitlement” and when they join forces for a chorus they are harmonious and catchy, see “An Open Letter To Whoever’s Listening”; one of the albums stand-out tracks.

Lyrically this album is outstanding – the content is this album’s absolute strength. The inclusion of all the prose-like lyrics in the digital booklet gives you that old-fashioned listening experience and the lyrics read very well and make for great material for meditation. Read More Here

Instruments of Mercy

1. The Experience

One of the things that always made hip-hop so great was the experience it can create. Hip-hop has the ability to take you from where you are and place you where the artist wants you to be. It accesses feelings and emotions that nothing else can. Hip-hop has been largely void of a lot of experiences recently. Full album experiences have become a rarity, and hip-hop has suffered because of it.

Instruments of Mercy is the exception to this idea. From the very first second of this record I was completely enthralled with every sound and word. The production grabs your attention, and you just sit awestruck at the beautiful sound being presented through your speakers. As you bask in the production, you eagerly await the vocals, and when they come, they mesh with the production in a way that blocks out all other thoughts. Instruments of Mercy is captivating.

Beautiful Eulogy did a great job of making music you can feel. You don’t just hear Instruments of Mercy, you feel it. This is a record that lives and breathes with the listener. The style of music that Beautiful Eulogy creates makes is experiential type of music. Instruments of Mercy is a different type of hip-hop album. It has a folky feel to it, there are a lot of unique sounds in the production and the album is arranged differently. All together, this record is unique, but beautifully unique. This is what makes the experience of Instruments of Mercy so special.

2. The Message

This has always been the most important part of Christian Hip-Hop, because without Christ, you just have the mainstream game. Beautiful Eulogy has made this an important part of what they do. Since the group’s inception, they have pushed forward nothing but a strong Christ-centered message. Their mission has been less about the music and more about what their music has stood for. They use their awkward and off-center style to find new ways to present the gospel message. This was perfected on Instruments of Mercy.

This record’s message falls in line with the title, and speaks repeatedly about mercy. Beautiful Eulogy dove deep into the topic and essentially gave the listeners a lyrical bible study. “The Size of Sin” breaks down why we need God’s mercy, and “You Can Save Me” explains how merciful He really is. It’s not just about God’s mercy, the trio makes clear the importance of our own mercy on “Blessed of the Merciful.” Mercy isn’t the only topic Beautiful Eulogy tackles. They run through several other topics on the journey through this record. As great as the message is, there was more to it than just what they say.

The method in which Beautiful Eulogy presented the wonderful gospel message was just as beautiful as their name implies. Instruments of Mercy felt like a worship record. The sound and tone of the record had a worship feel to it. The way each track was arranged brought you to a place of introspection and worship. Everything Beautiful Eulogy did felt like an offering of praise and worship to the Father. The best part of that is that they bring you with them. You will experience God in several different ways on this record. This can be a tool used to teach, affirm, reinforce and inspire the listener. It reaches the listener in a spiritual way unlike any album that has come out recently. Instruments of Mercy encompasses exactly what a Christian hip-hop album should sound like theologically.

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