“Christian Dubstep” sounds like the name of an adult impersonating a high school student, but it’s actually an insanely popular genre of music, one that Vice recently took a look at. If you enjoy your Biblical verses accompanied with WUB WUB bass drops that will turn the wooden crucifix around your neck into splinters, this is the genre for you. Also helps if you don’t laugh after lyrics like, “Life is big it’s something you don’t play with, but babies are being annihilated/It’s called abortion, the American holocaust, we didn’t fight a war but millions of lives are lost.”
I love music, and I love Jesus. My music is meant to glorify God, the Creator of the entire universe. (Via)
Re5a is dubstep gone reggae gone Tron: Legacy.
Trinity or Triune defines God as…the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Put on another way, the three persons of the Trinity are of one being. In this EP re5a created a reggae sub-bass flow of beats that invites you to have a chill yet aggressive way of worshiping Jesus through dance and music. (Via)
I hope Kanye West’s next album sounds like this song. For more Christian dubstep majesty, check out Vice.