Those wanting to up the musical ante for hip-hop should try Ozay Moore’s In the Wake of O. It features old-school soul grooves nailed down by a bass and ornamented by retro record scratching, jazz keys, and—wait for it—a horn section. In “Good,” satisfaction is found not by “buying what the media flips,” but in a muscular black pride rooted in godly family routine like tucking kids in bed and being a “spouse keeper.” Moore wants us not just to live moment by moment: Christ-centeredness includes considering the legacy we’ll leave.
| Micha Cohen finds purpose amid great pain
Jeff Koch | 9/04/15, 01:00 am
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, begins this year on the evening of Sept. 13. On that day Micha Cohen, 35, who recently had to give up his job as an evangelist with Jews for Jesus, will be remembering how he spent eight to 10 hours a day on the street, six days a week, during intensive outreach campaigns.
The scientific and media communities launched into frenzied excitement last week over NASA’s discovery of Kepler 452b, a new earth-like exoplanet. Although NASA has catalogued many such planets over the last few years, Kepler 452b is the first to occupy the “habitable zone” of a sun-like star, allowing greater likelihood for the development of liquid water.
Drummer jokes have a long and storied tradition trading in stereotypes, such as those found on ProGuitarShop.com: “What’s the difference between a pizza and a drummer? The pizza can feed a family of four.” “What do you call a drummer in a three-piece suit? The defendant.”