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Wade-O Radio Twitter Recap: Oct. 13 – 20

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For our new segment, we will be doing a weekly Twitter recap of CHH’s most highlighted tweets. Every Friday you can expect recap tweets from your favorite CHH artists right here. You can get involved and alert us about tweets we should pay attention to by using the hashtag #PayAttentionWadeO.

We searched high and low to bring you the top tweets of this past week. Let’s dive in!

Serge flexes with his latest music video. Trying to write more about this video would be a disservice, but I can say that this snippet will have you begging for more. Oh by the way, this video is best enjoyed with Haitian Food.

 

Alex Faith inspires us to be more active with a photo showcasing how he exercises his 2nd amendment… Get it? Cause that is the amendment for the right to bear arms and he is baring his arms, because he’s been exercising. Trust me, you will laugh at that later. Be sure to check out our recent interview with Alex Faith as he talks about his latest project, Intruder.

 

I’m super proud and thankful that God has established Wade-O Radio with the goal and mission to minister the Gospel. It is always humbling to know that God can use this platform to bless others.

 

It’s Here!!! Sho Baraka’s newest album, The Narrative, makes it debut on Humble Beast today. Also, Sho Baraka met with Independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin earlier in the week to talk about the African-American Vote.

 

Lecrae dropped a quick promo for his upcoming tour kicking off next week.

Remember, you can get involved in our Twitter recap. If you see anything newsworthy in the CHH Twittersphere use the hashtag #PayAttentionWadeO, and we just might feature that tweet next go round.

Testimony: A Musicia
Lyric Video: Lecrae

Timothy is a senior at University of Houston majoring in Print Journalism with a minor in Film Studies. Originally from California and was first introduced to Christian Hip Hop by watching the Gospel Gangsters perform at the age of 5. Proud owner of what is believed to be Christian’s rap first record Pete McSweet’s “The Gospel Beat”. When not writing freelance, Timothy actively works on making short documentaries. You can follow Timothy on Twitter (@Tim_Josh) or on his website TimothyJoshua.Weebly.com.

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