Tedashii 'Identity Crisis'
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1) Identity Crisis Intro
3) 26's Introduction
4) 26's ft. Lecrae
5) Hollywood ft. Rozie Turner
6) Identity 1: We Fell
7) Make War ft. Flame
8) Gotta Believe ft. Diamone
9) Identity 2: Adoption ft. Rick Trotter
10) I'm a Believer ft. Trip Lee, SoYe'
12) Thank You
13) All I Need ft. Chris Davis
14) Identity 3: Church
15) Community ft. Stephen the Levite, Sho Baraka
Ever since man's fall from grace in the Garden, humans have had a condition of instability that has led him to a destructible end. Satan found a way in the Garden to get Man to believe that his Identity was incomplete. Even today, God's creatures are duped into thinking that there is more to be desired in us than fellowship with the Creator. This battle will not cease until the day we see the grave. Tedashii has taken this very battle to the studio. His album Identity Crisis, covers the various ways Christians and Non-Christian alike find significance in the things that will never satisfy their need for a true identity.
After turning heads on guest features in the last two years, T-Dot is back with his signature compelling delivery and Southern hospitality. Identity Crisis will not disappoint the hip-hop fan. The album's sonic appeal ranges from heavy baseline production to live instrumentation. I.D. Crisis has a respectable list of producers. Tedashii has enlisted the help from household regulars like: Dj Official, Tony Stone and Kdrama. You will also find some new talented producers from Houston to the United Kingdom. Regardless of your hip hop credibility Identity Crisis will engage the casual hip-hop listener with its mature approach on how we should identify ourselves on earth. Songs like "Hollywood" deconstruct the lies that programmed culture pushes on us through the big screen. He challenges Christians to understand their position in Christ along with label mate Trip Lee on the song, "I'm A Believer". The album has many solid features from Lecrae, Flame, Sho Baraka and others.
Tdot gives his supporters the faithful sound that has challenged them since his first solo appearance on, "In Ya Hood", off the 116 Compilation. No matter how you curb your musical affinity, Tedashii gives the listener a sincere look into the struggles of a man who knows the Father has a lot of work left to do in him.