After hearing Beacon light’s “Lit” track and seeing his lavish and cinematic “Haters” video, I knew that I had to listen and review his album. Aside from the two previous tracks spoken of, Beacon brings it throughout the album! He gives a correct definition of worship and discusses staying above water with “Drop.” Next, he soars speaking on the story of our Saviour on “O lord.” He gives a timeline of Christ’s life as he tears into the production. Then he brings it on my favorite track off of the album with “Game Time.” This track features Dre Murray and I was really feeling the sports/life analogies they were using. This track has the best bars on it. I was really taken to a place with the melodic and emotional “Falling.” On this track, we can really hear Beacon’s heart as he speaks on space/gravity and physical atmosphere’s to actually creating a worship atmosphere.
Overall, this album is/will be in my top 5 for albums at the end of the year. The production is one of the best I’ve heard this year. The reason why is because of its consistency and the chemistry the Beacon has with his producers (Shout out to B.Coe Productions and Dirty Rice) . I’m not even a big fan of double time rap (machine gun flow) artists, but Beacon has converted me over to that style again. For those of you that have seen me on the Trackstarz show, that is saying a lot. Beacon has great content and cadence on every track on the album. He ranges from high energy to slow worship. Every song could be a single and could have great visuals. With all the passion and fire that Beacon light brings to this album, you will truly be left “lit.” Spread The Soup!
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