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Flame interviewed on Fox News’ “Spirited Debate” Program


On October 7, Clear Sight Music artist Flame was interviewed by Fox News’ Lauren Green on her program “Spirited Debate.” On the program, Flame talked about his music, blending both his love for music and his faith, education in christian ministry, his testimony and the concept to his seventh studio project Royal Flush.

Below is an excerpt from the article:

It’s hip-hop meets the Holy Scriptures. Rapper Marcus “FLAME” Gray, a St. Louis, Mo., native, is spreading the Gospel through rap music and hip-hop culture. Flame joined Lauren Green after releasing his seventh album “Royal Flush” on October 1.

FLAME was a rebellious teenager who spent his early years partying. Things got so bad for the rapper that he was kicked out of his high school after getting involved with drugs. On his way to orientation at his new school, FLAME was involved in a car accident. He was struck by an 18-wheeler three times, shattering the entire left side of his body.

After the life-altering experience, FLAME began a life of redemption and looked toward his Christian faith. He got a degree in biblical counseling to help him better understand Jesus.

You can click on the show’s headline title below, to read the full article and watch the in-studio interview.

CLICK HERE: Hip-hop meets the Bible: Rapper shares his message

Flame tweeted about the opportunity.



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