Friday Tracks: Wande | “Blessed Up”

Friday Tracks: Quinten Coblentz | From The Roof [feat. YB]

Friday Tracks: Capital Kings

Hey there UTT Friends!  It’s been quite a long time since we’ve shared some inspiring musical moments together, but here we are again kickin’ it off with a Friday Track that’ll definitely lift the spirits.  Since my time away, I’ve discovered some amazing music that really stirs and energizes my spirit.

Let me introduce you to a duo that’s so dynamic, that they are changing the way Christian music is being heard all over the nation.  They call themselves Capital Kings, a band derived out of Washington D.C.  Their names are Jon White (singer) and Cole Walowac (mixer/rapper) and they are unlike anything I’ve heard in the Christian market.

What makes this duo so unique is their compilation of many musical styles which include dance, pop, dubstep, hip-hop,  and alternative.  But their uniqueness doesn’t stop there.  These two musical trendsetters are rockin’ their way all over the nation while spreading the message of Jesus Christ along the way.  With God as the source and center of their music, these two guys are reaching out to many young people of this generation and leading their hearts to Jesus.  Their music directs its focus on connecting with an audience that’s truly in need of an uplifting, purpose-driven message in this crazy world we live in.  And what better way to do this then by drawing listeners to music that sounds mainstream, while being completely rooted in God, love, purpose, faith, and hope!

So before you decide to tune these guys out because they’re a Christian music group, check out their video first and open your ears to something that is shifting the way we all view Christian music.  I promise you that they will prove worthy to your ears.

For more about Capital Kings, click the pink links:

Capital Kings YouTube Channel ❤ Purchase Capital Kings on iTunes ❤

Much Love,

Tempest

Friday Tracks: Lindsey Stirling

Happy Friday my lovelies!

This week’s track is one I happened to stumble upon and fell in love with!  It’s called “Crystalize” performed by the very talented Lindsey Stirling, a classical violinist who adds a nice twist of dubstep and hip-hop.  Not only is the sound beautiful, but so is the video.  Check it out for yourself and leave me comments on what you think about her!

Much Love,

Tempest