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SOHL 4UR Tribe
|Info:||SOHL 4UR Tribe are Skye and Sevin.|
He grew up in a Christian home, but Skye never took the
faith seriously. It was more an obligation towards his
parents. He moved to Los Angeles, when he was about 18 years
old and sang in a band. He ended up broke and moved back to
Florida to his parents. Although he tried to keep his wild
clubbing lifestyle he one day went to the Vineyard church
with his parents and listened to the testimonies.
Recognizing his lifestory he chose to get prayed for and
from that moment on in August of 1991 he stopped drinking
and using drugs.
Sevin also grew up in a Christian home. By the time he was
nine or ten, he had fallen off visiting the church. At the
age of seventeen Sevin was working at a gas station pumping
gas and one of the mechanics was a Christian.
About that period he says "We used to talk to him and make
fun of him all the time with the answers he'd give us. We
thought it was funny".
But a change happened: "One day at work, it just hit me.
The whole thing just hit me. I knew how to do it and prayed
all by myself. The change was incredible. One minute I was
making fun of the guy and the next I knew it was true".
A producer of the Vineyard label, Chris Wimber, approached
Skye about doing a rap presentation for an outdoor concert
of the church.
Sevin joined the team because he could play bass and had
experience from playing in a funk band. The two had never
joined forces before. Chris Wimber then asked if they wanted
to do an album. They wrote all the lyrics and started
recording about three-and-a-half months later.
Source: The Lighthouse. - nr. 5, May (volume 2) 1993
|Release:||2 tha bazix|
|Media:||[Audio CD] |
2. S.O.H.L. 4ur tribe iz funky
3. Funky hometown Pinnochio blues
4. Lord have mercy
5. The producer didn't show
6. Heaven sent
8. Let the love flow
9. Stix and stones
11. Papa Dios
12. We boyz
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