Rapper DMX featured on new Christian rap song “Prayer”
The Christian Post reports that Earl Simmons, known as DMX, has recorded a rap verse for a new Christian song released by evangelist Mike Servin. The new single titled “Prayer” featuring Mike Servin, DMX and Kurtis Hoppie is reportedly from the movie soundtrack GTI.
The mainstream rapper’s involvement in the faith-filled song has fans speculating on whether the professing Christian might follow in Kanye West’s footsteps and release his own gospel album.
“Prayer” kicks off with someone speaking in tongues, and then the intro line begins. “Satan we’re going to tear your kingdom down,” a male singer belt’s out.
Servin became well-known after a video of him shouting about Jesus and dancing went viral. After living a life of violence, Servin came to know of Jesus as his saviour through a ministry called Soldiers of the Cross in Modesto, California. He now serves as an evangelist for Soldiers of the Cross in Modesto.
DMX has also recently been sharing the Gospel. In April of 2020, the New York native led thousands of his followers in a Bible study in hopes of calming the anxiety brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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