Same Ol G releases an emotional, transparent song about being Church Hurt!

Same Ol G says, “Church Hurt” was inspired by my journey from when I first left the streets to come back into the church. I was treated poorly and looked down upon because of my past wrongs.

Instead of the church folks being welcoming to me, they were judgemental. So God put this song in my heart after I went through that.

Audio – Same Ol G “Church Hurt”:

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Short Bio:

Marcus “Same Ol G” Green was born in Quincy, FL to Bishop Willie C. And Lady Diane Green (Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Of Florida Northwest COGIC). As a child he always loved music. Studying the greats like 2Pac, Jay-Z, Rakim, and T.I. in his teenage years. It was apparent that in due time his love for music would take over.

It happened at a Christmas party, Same Ol G was freestyling with the family and friend; a hot producer heard him and invited him to come by the studio. After that studio session, the rest was pretty much history as Same Ol G started doing shows in the SouthEast.

In Aug 2013, Marcus “Same Ol G” Green gave his life to Christ and decided to live for God after a life-changing experience. In January of 2014, Marcus “Same Ol G” Green was called to preach by God. In March 2014, Same Ol G performed his initial sermon. Same Ol G was officially ordained as an elder in COGIC in August of 2015 and selected as the state youth president for the Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of Florida Northwest COGIC.

God had given Same Ol G a new testimony, message, and the gift to reach this new generation as well as to close the gap with the older generation with the gift of gospel rap. Marcus “Same Ol G” Green is very passionate about spreading the good news of God and helping others understand Him better. Same Ol G just wants to see more good in this cruel evil world.

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