A new single, “No Bad Days” (featuring PEABOD), is being released today by legendary rapper KJ-52 to Christian Hip-Hop and Christian Rap-formatted radio outlets. PEABOD, who appears on the record, is a popular Seattle-based hip hop singer/songwriter and producer who is signed to the Centricity label.
“No Bad Days,” written by Jonah Sorrentino (aka KJ-52), PEABOD and AJ Jenkins, who also produced the project, is from KJ-52’s “Still Standing” album. The new collection of music was inspired by Hurricane Ian, which devastated Southwest Florida in September 2022.
“My city of Cape Coral was dead center for this Category Four Hurricane, the largest hurricane to ever hit the state of Florida, and myself and my family experienced this catastrophic event first hand,” KJ-52 shares.
“Emerging afterwards to a damaged house and nearly having a telephone pole on my roof, I realized that we were ‘still standing.’ We lost power, water, electricity, internet and lives in my community, but as a local pastor, I knew that this was the time for the church to arise! The following weeks have been spent serving the community with the love of Christ in tangible ways, such as food, water, repairs and much more.
“This project is inspired by those stories and is intended to bring much needed hope, joy and relief to a community that is ‘still standing.’”
KJ-52, who is based in Cape Coral, Florida, is a Guinness world record holder in freestyling and has garnered six Dove Award wins to-date, including taking home honors for song of the year for “Do Yo Thang” and “Never Look Away” and multiple album of the year wins for “Five-Two Television,” “KJ-52 Remixed,” and “It’s Pronounced Five Two.”
To learn more about KJ-52, visit kj52.com, like KJ-52 on Facebook and follow him on Twitter and Instagram.
Source: INOV8 PR