PHILADELPHIA HIP HOP ARTIST MICROPHONE RELEASES NEW SINGLE “RAIN DOWN”

 

 

Philadelphia, PA - Christian Hip Hop artist Microphone is excited to drop his second single of 2020, “Rain Down”.  

The new single comes on the heels of the song “N.O.S. (Novus Ordo Seclorum)” in collaboration with Flow Tha Great that came out in January. Where “N.OS.” featured an intensity paired with darker undertones, “Rain Down” counters with a mellow vibe that calls out to God, especially fitting for the current tensions we are experiencing.  

As the song states, “You never leave us. You never forsake us. You know if You did that, it would break us”. 

“Rain Down” will be available on digital outlets on March 27, 2020.  

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Song Details 

Title: Rain Down 

Artist: Microphone 

Release Date: March 27, 2020 

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About Microphone 

Ever wonder what would happen if you took the lyrics from your favorite worship song and put them over a dope hip hop beat? If you did, you would get Microphone!  

Mic is an emcee that is part of the rich, Christian Hip Hop heritage that stems from Philadelphia, PA. He has been carving out his lane while improving his craft to the point where he is now one of the bright up and comers within the CHH scene.  

With his obvious passion for God, and his love for the hip hop style of music, when listening to Mic you will hear a blend of two genres. Prior to accepting Jesus in his life in 2010, Mic’s passion was for material things and personal gain. It showed through the lifestyle he lived and the music he made. After giving his life to God, Mic was reluctant to continue pursuing his music dreams. “I only knew how to pursue music selfishly so I was afraid that continuing in it would pull me away from God,” Mic explains. He suppressed song ideas and visions of ministering, not realizing that in doing so he was being selfish with this new gift God had given him. 

Mic shares, “God said to me clear as day that I wasn’t on wrong the road, I was just 

going in the wrong direction.” It was at that moment that he understood that God didn’t want him to stop making music, rather, He wanted Mic to make music for Him.

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