"They got you thinking that you woke up but you still dead in your sin" is part of the lyrics from this new track from "J The Producer" entitled "Them
“They got you thinking that you woke up but you still dead in your sin” is part of the lyrics from this new track from “J The Producer” entitled “Them Boyz Lying”.
J The Producer was an ex member of the Black Israelite camp called Israel United in Christ (IUIC) and in this song he simply comes out to tell his part of the story concerning the message that IUIC is preaching to people.
Just take a listen to the lyrics of the track and you will hear what he has to say.
Topafric Music Video got a chance to do a one on one with this talented artist and here is what he had to say below.
Q: Can you please tell our readers your real name as well as your stage name?
A: My real name is Gerren Shider, but I go by J The Producer.
Q: Where are you from and Where were you based?
A: I’m from the United States of America in the state of Texas.
Q: At What age did you start making music?
A: I started making music at the tender age of 8 years old.
Q: What genre of music do you love? Or what genre would you consider yourself? (e.g- Rock? Blues? Hip-Hop? RnB?)
A: Im mainly a R&B guy but I love all genres and draw inspiration from many places and merge it with my R&B vocal style.
Q: Tell us about your latest track or Video ( what is it all about)
A: Well I am a ex member of the Black Hebrew Israelite school known as Israel United In Christ, which is a part of the bigger Black Hebrew Israelite Movement that is prevalent in the United States as well as gaining much ground across seas.
The Them Boyz Lyin’ Music Video that was recently released is part of a bigger project known as the “Black Hebrew Israelite Project Documentary” that was Produced by me and some other Christian brothers to warn people about the dangers of the Black Hebrew Israelite movement doctrines that have destroyed many families and lives.
The Message behind the song is to not only warn people of some of the doctrinal dangers of the movement itself, but also draw out the truth of the bible to direct the listener to who the bible is really about which is Jesus (or Yeshua) of Nazareth, God manifested in the Flesh, who is The Savior of both Jews and Gentiles for there is no distinction.
ALL those that believe on him will not be ashamed. I do even in more depth explaining things that we speak about in the music video on youtube via my Christian apologetics page under the name “Brotha J”.
Q: Who wrote it?
A:. I produced the song and wrote the hook, bridge, and 3rd verse. I recruited to fellow Christian rappers Darnell Parks (1st Verse) and Kris “KDUB” Williams (2nd verse), who then wrote their verses based off of the things I wanted them to bring out.
Q: What inspired you to write this new track?
A: My experience in the blackHebrew Israelite movement, the countless conversations I have been having with those that feel stuck in the movement and those that have come out and experienced even worser things than I did inspired me to write this song and produce a music video and documentary around it.
Q: Where do you get your musical inspiration?
A: I draw inspiration from many musicians and different artists with unique styles and writing styles like The Temptations, The Whispers, Rodney Jerkins, Warryn Campbell, Ryan Leslie, Teddy Riley, R Kelly, and my own experiences just to name a few.
Q: If you were given a chance, which Artist would you love to perform with?
A: Thats a very good question. I don’t know. lol
Q: Where can fans find you? List all your social media links
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