November 29, 2020

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Changing the Culture 4 God

D. R33D, APOC, AND TC JOIN FORCES ON NEW SINGLE “FREE”

D. R33D, APOC, AND TC JOIN FORCES ON NEW SINGLE “FREE”

Oklahoma – Christian Hip Hop artist D. R33D has released his newest single “Free”. The song features Apoc and TC aka The Collector as the trio speak on systemic racism and whether or not religion is a part of the problem.

Since the start of the year, D. R33D has been giving listeners a revamped sound that is being met with favorable feedback. His previous single, “I Still Got My Soul” featuring Coop, recently received a perfect score on Critique Fridays with OnBeat Music by Rapzilla. “Free” continues the trend with a focused message.

“Systemic racism is real in our country and, sadly, a lot of Christians in the American church contribute to the problem” states D. R33D. “I used to be a racist, but I am free from it, change can happen. That is why I won’t be idle and silent about it.”

“Free” released across digital retailers on July 31, 2020.

Audio – D. R33D, APOC, AND TC “FREE”:

Song Details
Title: Free
Artist: D. R33D
Release Date: July 31, 2020
Features: Apoc and TC
Cover Art: Eric Boston

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About D. R33D:

D. R33D comes from a background of cultural Christianity, public façade, and private trauma. Growing up in and around church culture he learned the language, right answers, and how to put up a front of being a Jesus follower.

During his second year of college he was challenged to read three to four chapters of Scripture each day, a challenge he took in arrogance, but one that God used to soften his heart.

Now D. R33D wants to use his music to glorify God while impacting the listener as well. Even in our mess, it is okay to not be okay, but it is not okay to stay there.

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About FiveTwenty Collective

FiveTwenty Collective exists to unite those who support the CHH culture. The goal is for unity to spur an environment of Accountability, Constructive Criticism, Promotion, and Discipleship as we look to further the culture and the Kingdom.

Think of FiveTwenty Collective as an information resource both for fans of the culture and those on the inside alike. Get a closer look at CHH artists, learn about Platforms that are promoting CHH, and connect with those who offer Services that aide in expanding ministries. CHH is a lifestyle built on faith, faith in Jesus Christ. At FiveTwenty Collective we are going to “speak to the people all the words of this life”. We are more than a community of creatives. We are a people, the Body, the Church, that has been charged with a very specific mission by the Son of Man. Are you willing to engage in carrying out this mission within our culture? Get involved in FiveTwenty Collective now!

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