“Pictures develop best in Dark Rooms.  We’ve got to give the Developer time to show us the full picture.” – Legin

Christian hip-hop and spoken word artist, podcaster, and speaker, Nigel “Legin” Anderson, combined amazing videos with his live concert to bring a unique visual experience on his Dark Room Tour.  Featuring powerful messages from the recently released spoken word EP, Dark Room, Legin left the listener challenged and encouraged in the faith, helping people find hope in dark places. Not afraid to address tough issues, Legin speaks boldly about racial reconciliation, addiction, sex trafficking, fatherlessness, and unforgiveness. Check out Annette Holloway’s live concert slideshow above from the first night of the tour in Norfolk, Virginia.

All ticket proceeds went towards establishing a Celebrate Recovery program at Christian Fellowship Church helping people find hope and freedom from addiction. (Celebrate Recovery is a ministry that originated from Saddleback Church and is being used in over 35,000 churches nationwide.)

Legin’s EP Dark Room: smarturl.it/legindarkroom

Legin’s single “Mad Luv” featuring Daniel Olsson of Citizen Way: smarturl.it/leginmadluv

Safe House Update: After Legin, Sinai and Focus gave 100% of the proceeds from the Safe House album, and also fundraised and donated over $31,000, Legin celebrated at the grand opening and dedication of the Kerus Glabal Safe House in Pretoria, South Africa April, 2019. This was a dream come true. 

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About The Author

Photographer, Contributor & Instagram Manager

Annette Holloway is a photographer and contributor to JesusWired.com. Her passion is to capture unique, quality images of Christian artists, both in concert and in the studio, in such a way that people can't help but be drawn to their music and message. Having listened to only Christian music for over 30 years, she knows how music can bring hope to those living in despair. Some hats she's worn include NASA software engineer, web designer, FIRST robotics mentor, youth leader, homeschool Mom, and sports photographer. She is now a full time photographer in Virginia. She is married to Michael and has 2 grown sons. Just a few of her favorite bands/artists include Skillet, Thousand Foot Krutch, TobyMac, Building 429, and Mandisa.

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