We live in a time where earnestly defending the faith makes you an outcast, even in a country that was founded on biblical principles. How will society find its way back to the moral high ground? In order to prepare for the arrival of Christ, a voice in the wilderness declared His coming. Today, there is again another voice boldly proclaiming that we need to prepare for Christ’s return as we are heading towards the Last Days.
“This is the first album I have released in over 10 years,” explains Adamental. “As a Christian conservative, [I] reject most of today’s mainstream narratives. [I] am not afraid to go against the grain and call out all the wickedness in the world, however unpopular it makes me.”
After more than a decade, Christian hip hop artist Adamental has found his way back into the musical landscape to speak the truth of the Gospel. His new album, Last Days, is now available on digital streaming platforms.
Pulling double-duty, Adamental delivers “pull no punches” lyrics while also flexing his production muscles to bring to life a soundscape that unashamedly gives listners the truth of scripture. The Ontario emcee confronts the liberal woke agenda and the plans of the New World Order.
Last Days is packed with spicy records that are sure to ruffle more than a few feathers.
Guest appearances from Xay Hill, Pacaso Ramirez, Namedtobias, and others bring complimentary performances to the album that enhance the overall listening experience. The result goes beyond a return and ventures into the realm of defiant decleration, one that is bound to send shock waves throughout a musical genre that has cooled to lukewarm…at best.
Adamental’s gritty and steadfast voice has reemerged at a time that has been searching for courageous individuals to lead the way forward.