PR: @ChrisTreborn turns page to next chapter in music w/ #TimeCapsule2099

Chris Treborn just released

The Romans Road To Salvation

(#trrts | trrts.com)

in June,

but he is all ready to release some more music. 

Time Capsule has been a project I have been waiting to finish, or at least begin finishing.

Christian says of his new project.

Beginning Tuesday September 30th, 2014 – Chris Treborn will be releasing a single track from his latest project and ending Tuesday December 30th, 2014.

In 2007 Chris Treborn began creating a music project beyond his imagination.  His inspiration was a Digital Time Capsule that was set to launch around that time called KEO.  The freedom to pen your own ideas, thoughts, & message to be read years from now was the muse for this project. Original titled ‘Christian’s Time Capsule’ a future reflection of Chris Treborn’s style and thoughts was to be released after ‘Christian’s [Memory Box]‘ (a collection of his favorites songs).

The project has since been shelved and merely a work in progress that continues to be in the process of creation.  Chris Treborn has penned close to a dozen songs and has produced a majority of the compositions to accompany his futuristic lyrics.  His lyrics are all futuristic, but the lyrics also speak of past events that remain relevant to this day.  All songs written have a certain feeling to them.  They are telling stories that will last the generations and stand the test of time. These everlasting truths will be comprehended by future generations and hopefully even Treborn’s descendents.

Throughout this ‘Time Capsule’ Chris Treborn intends on using his freedom of speech to share his knowledge and truth.

The goal is to have this Hip Hop styled album be relevant and remain true even in the year 2099.

Soul Anchor Music presents

“Archaic Anecdotes from Chris Treborn”

Time Capsule 2099

 

Being compared and judged in Christian Hip-Hop

When I 1st performed in Church,

they compared me to KJ-52.

When I 1st performed in Oregon,

they compared me to Braille.

I was offended by these comparisons. Mainly, because I didn’t want to be labeled a white rapper. Unfortunately, if you are a Christian that uses Hip-Hop culture and Rap as a tool to share the gospel, love & life, you are going to be labeled forever more. I had to get over it.

I then studied these two individuals after the claim and found out this wasn’t an attack on my character or style. This was a compliment. Since 2006 both of these artists have been the hardest working emcess in the industry. They have been through a lot. They have paved the way. They have knocked down a lot of doors and walls in the music scene which I have unknowingly benefited from.

The thing I admire the most about these two artists is their business mind. How they share music and how they approach the industry just astonishes me. Not just because of their methods, but because they are successful in mostly every thing they do.

They impress me. They inspire me.

So the next time you are compared to someone else, don’t be quick to deny the claim. Instead, sit back and think about it for a minute. Realize, we are not in a competition. We are in a community. Let’s continue to build one another up!

Blessings family!

Chris Treborn | AnchorMEN

2 Corinthians 5:17