Black Flame’s “Blood Money” Album Explores Christian Faith and Beliefs
Christian rapper Black Flame is set to release his latest album “Blood Money,” which draws inspiration from the central theme of the Christian faith – the power of the blood of Jesus. The album, which features 16 songs, is a true definition of salvation, reminding fans that Jesus paid the ultimate price on the cross and that the power of his blood brings about redemption, forgiveness, spiritual renewal, and protection from harm.
Speaking to zambuye.com, Black Flame said, “I want to elevate the blood of Jesus as the main source of peace and success to all my fans. Don’t be afraid when you hear someone say blood money for the blood is for us, fear God instead and change your ways.”
The album was produced at Soul Food Records by a team of talented and well-known studio producers and sound engineers, including Macus Pasanje (KG), Steve (Stich Frey), Mike Chimombo (MJ), Chisomo Nyalo (Twin Beats), Eugine Suwedi (Pon G), and Gresham Mokwena. Black Flame praised the team, saying, “I had time to go deeper into the word, and I’m back with advanced techniques, unique styles, and lyrics to be able to challenge this new era.”
“Blood Money” will be released through various platforms, including iTunes, Spotify, and Mikoko.mw, with the first premiere on “Made on Monday” on the 17th of April 2023.
Black Flame, who was born and raised in Blantyre, Malawi, developed a passion for music at a young age and has since released several successful albums throughout his career, including “The Calling” and “Show me the way mixtape.” Beyond his music, he is a dedicated producer, using his studio Soul Food Records to promote other artists in Malawi and is an active member of the body of Christ at Church, often participating in events to support various social initiatives.
“Blood Money” is set to further cement Black Flame’s status as a major force in the Christian Rap music industry, and his contributions to both the music industry and Christian faith continue to be highly respected.