Phaze 3’s new album “A Warrior’s Call” speaks of the strength and resoluteness that having faith has brought her.

Phaze 3’s new album “A Warrior’s Call” speaks of the strength and resoluteness that having faith has brought her.

It’s often hard to find a good, strong Gospel artist these days who is as abundantly talented and dedicated to her music as Phaze3.

Phaze3 is an up-and-coming artist who combines several genres, her focus being mainly on trap, rap, and of course Gospel. Having first discovered her passion for music while singing in the church chorus in her hometown, Phaze3 has kept her connection with the church strong, and you can clearly see that in her music.

Her latest release, the album so appropriately entitled “A Warrior’s Call” speaks of her faith, and of the strength and resoluteness that faith has brought with it. As a World Religious Leader and a spiritual healer, Phaze3 has seen a lot of what the world has to offer, both in good and bad and she deftly combines all her knowledge to put together this new masterful album of Gospel.

A vibrant and ecstatic display of faith and inner strength that beautifully brings Gospel into the 21st century. If you were under the mistaken impression that this was a genre abandoned in the past, you simply need to listen to “A Warrior’s Call” a couple of times to see that Gospel is alive and well.

“Cosign” is part musical call to arms, part sermon, no doubt inspired by the many group prayers that the artist has led over the years. It is an infectiously happy and positive song that rapidly gets into your bones and enthralls you.

“The Perils”, on the other hand, comes across as much softer while showcasing two different parts of Phaze3 – the soft, melodious Gospel tone, and the hardcore, street rapping style. These two come together beautifully to highlight the duality of humanity, and especially of this beautiful, wonderfully versatile artist.

“A Warrior’s Call” is an album you want to put on if you’re feeling down or stuck in a rut, and what truly astounds is that it’s just as meaningful an album to the agnostic listener as it is to a devout believer.

It’s a great offering that touches on our humanity and strives to bring us together in this age of division. A truly masterful offering from a highly gifted artist.

Stream the album here:
https://open.spotify.com/album/6VLqRFcEukSd2m6znq3eIJ?si=5cN298cFQdi7tdkYWUg3Hw

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