Free Download: “They Should Panic Vol 1.” Hosted by DJ Bruce O’Brien ft. Street Pastor & KamBINO
Published on April 6, 2009
There seems to be a growing buzz coming out of the heart of the Midwest, Ohio has been slept on for a very long while when it comes to Christian Rap, but with the emergence of K-Drama, D-Maub, Jesus or Bust, and Street Pastor their seems to be a lot of attention shifting to the buckeye state.
With the launch of his own label Sling Shot Media Group LLC, Street Pastor has combined an all-star line up that has been quietly entrenched in Kingdom Building over the past few years.
Collaborating with the UK’s DJ Bruce O’Brien, Street Pastor and KamBINO have cooked up one of the most innovative mixtapes that the industry has seen. With the title “They Should Panic” one can not help but to be curious as to what these two ministers have whipped up. To understand the title, you must first become familiar with their history. These two artist have been tagged by the Midwest underground hip hop scene (both secular and Christian) as some of the best lyricist to come out of the Midwest. Street Pastor is considered around his state as one of the most influential figures under 25 (Columbus Dispatch Top 20 under 30; Who’s Who In Black Columbus) is no stranger to mixtape game, and has been featured on collaborations all over the country.
They Should Panic chronicles the events that took place when Street Pastor and KamBINO travelled to Charlotte, NC to participate in the Steel Roots sponsored “Put Ya On” contest. One is given a backstage pass as the two ministers navigated through obstacles, and were blessed with major opportunities. This is a mixtape that any listener is destined to place in their list of classics!
Check out the music video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqtHLijs8XA