Practice isn’t the thing you do once you’re good. It’s the thing you do that makes you good.
Just the audio would probably have drawn out a better picture of what I blasted in my car… early on in college. Can’t you imagine it - little Asian Anita in her Honda Civic (of course) speeding across a bridge and 8 cities in 18 minutes; the drive normally takes 45 minutes if you’re sane.
This brings me to my first point, high energy beats are bad when driving. Now, unless you’re a young girl who can talk her way out of tickets and have supernatural control over unexpected circumstances… I don’t suggest you try it.
Next, I’ve enjoyed these beats as well and unless you already have plans to clock someone… rollin’ with this bumpin’ in your Impala is not recommended. Am I going there? Uh, yeah. Kickin’ the 2pac, Eminem, Snoop, Dre, Death Row just isn’t something to keep you warm and fuzzy to forgive your neighboring traffic goer and let things go.
Isn’t it amazing what a profound difference music can make in our lives? With that, it’s probably safe to step away from the secular rhythms and give God praise for giving us the ability to make and appreciate musical rhythms and song.
BTW, not all gospel/Christian music is all angelic choiry like. Not saying all that is bad. Actually, I think those are the songs where my section (Sopranos) is used the most. I’ve tried and to pitch in for the rapping but mind you, I’m one of 200+ in the choir. Did I say rapping? Si. There are 2 rap portions to this one song I have a blast with, maybe it’s ‘cause I’m an undercover pyro - the song is “Fire” and can sometimes be accompanied with some pyrotechnics. :o I’ll include a video once one is available.
For now, you’ve heard my take on the matter. Time to get to work and prep for an unexpected workshop.