Brinson’s 3rd Studio Album Proclaims There Are No Other Heroes Greater Than Jesus Christ
Published on October 22, 2012
JACKSONVILLE, FL – October 22, 2012 – Superheroes dominate pop culture. From blockbuster summer movies to Halloween costume choices – kids and adults want to identify themselves with humans who exhibit supernatural abilities sacrificially used for the benefit of others. With his third studio album, Florida rapper/producer Brinson aims to proclaim that there are No Other Heroes. The only heroes the world will see is us as Jesus’ representatives.
“If you think about it, none of the mythologies of any fictional caped crusaders can compare to the reality of the Gospel,” Brinson said. “What better hero to worship than the one who came to save us for all of eternity?”
He emphasizes this idea through an album filled with a variety of hip hop, street anthem, and dance hits. No Other Heroes’ first single, “3D Standout,” features Stellar-nominated singer Jai (Trip Lee’s “Hero”) over a synth-driven beat. It forms the background for Brinson’s raps about his desire to live a fully rendered life visualized by God’s redemptive love for others.
The party continues with the energetically joyous “Hit the Floor” (just wait until you see the song’s video treatment) and “Not Too Far” – an 80’s pop-inspired offering featuring vocals from GodChaserz’s Rossi and NBC’s “The Voice” contestant Niki Dawson.
“Bodyguard” also resonates the album’s hero theme when Brinson and friends celebrate the safety they find in Christ. And later, storytelling dominates tracks like “Gold” and “Shoulda Told ‘Em.”
The album ends with a radio-ready mash-up of rap and worship called “I Am Yours” that is sure to be a Sunday-morning and Christian radio favorite. Finally, No Other Heroes includes the bonus track “Tebowin” – a hip hop tribute to NFL quarterback (and vocal Christ-follower) Tim Tebow that was featured on ESPN.com.
No Other Heroes drops Tuesday, October 23 and will be available through Syntax Distribution at all major digital download outlets including iTunes and Amazon.com.
“No Name” feat. C-Straight, watch here.
“Even Christian faith-based MC has Tim Tebow song” – by Scoop Jackson for ESPN.com