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Alex Faith @alexfaithATL @CollisionRecs @sohhpr – “I 285” Video

Alex Faith @alexfaithATL @CollisionRecs @sohhpr – “I 285” Video

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“Where I was raised Hip-Hop was the language that everybody around me spoke. So I grew up listening to that. I enjoyed it. I loved it. So that was the language I was taught to believe things in. As a believe the motivation for me is to counter that message and teach people about Jesus and how Jesus is better than those things that we were taught via the vehicle of Hip-Hop.” – Alex Faith

I-285 is a song about the history of the Hip-Hop scene in Atlanta and how Alex Faith grew up in it. Watch him talk about his story in Hip-Hop’s southern capital. Let us know what know you think.

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