"First of all thank you for 20+ years of incredible support..
I know for many of you I was a part of your childhood and/or first introduction to Christian Hip Hop, and for that I want to say thank you and I appreciate you.
I feel like this time of my life is my "Victory Lap", I have crossed the finish line on many goals and aspirations that I've had as far as music and my ministry goes and now I'm in an incredible phase of my life. The "Victory Lap' is what a runner does as he celebrates for one more go around... he reminisces on all the things that got him there and enjoys that moment.
He's exhausted, he's excited, he's relieved and he's thankful.
That's where I'm @ right now... my "victory lap". I've started working on my last kj52 album/book under this title, its a collection of stories as I look back on my life and career coupled with an album of songs inspired by those chapters (literally) of my life.
I've never asked this before but if my life, music, career, friendship or words have touched your life could you please repay that by supporting my final kj52 album/book @ www.kj52book.com?
I'll have more updates over the next couple of weeks (and a more in depth explanation behind this move) but any help right now would be massive.. I have 30 days to complete this crowd fund and every bit helps.
thank you again.
ps (this doesn't mean I'm quitting music..)"
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"For the Love of Money (FTLOM) is Eshon Burgundy’s [fifth official project]. The record examines American culture and economics through the lens of Scripture, continually pushing back on the idolatry of riches and encouraging listeners who feel they lack wealth. Eshon argues that reliance on God is a much greater treasure than financial certainty about tomorrow." (Ezydu). Source
STREAM THE FULL ALBUM HERE
I have songs I like more than others but this album is pretty much unskippable. And that is rare for an album 20 songs deep nowadays.
A blend of dope production, deep thought provoking lyrics, and an assist from artist like Steven Malcom, Jeremiah Bligen, and S.O. make this twenty track work of art my album of the year for 2019.