Like any group worth mentioning, Rhema Soul is innovative to the core. Three albums in and the South Florida trio continues to make their presence known both nationally and internationally. Fusing hip hop, soul, and pop, Rhema Soul manages to consistently offer a product boasting both substance and pop sensibility. What they do is more than create music, they create atmosphere.
Fingerprints, Rhema Soul’s genre-defying third album released in March of 2010, took them all over the country, positioning the group to reach a wider audience with a message of hope and grace. Break out singles like Boombox and the iron sharpens iron-esque Blow Your Whistle resonated with fans from all walks of life, while the heart wrenchingly transparent Fly Away single and video intensified the group’s buzz, ensuring their place on today’s music scene.
Now, together with Black Fuel Music (Group One Crew, Ryan Stevenson, Rapture Ruckus, Shonlock), Rhema Soul is set to make an impact like never before, gripping the hearts of listeners from all over the world. What sets Rhema Soul apart is that their hearts beat for ministry. From their travels as missionaries to South Africa, Russia, Europe, and the UK to their recent partnership speaking in schools with the non-profit Hope in Motion, there is no question the group is all about people. Ultimately, their desire is to spread the truth of the gospel in ways that can be grasped by the average listener.
Rhema Soul’s new album, RED, is released through Good City Music/2:20 Entertainment Group/Universal (The Ambassador, Da Truth, Rachael Lampa, Benjah). Featuring production from Dove Award winning producer Andy Anderson (Group One Crew, Toby Mac) and South Florida affiliates Rey King and A.D. (Heart Official), RED proves to be Rhema Soul’s strongest and most commercially accessible album to date. It features the vocal stylings of Ryan Stevenson, Jai, Benjah, and Thi’sl, respectively. A heavy content- laden album, RED interweaves wordplay and story telling to communicate urgency, provoking a passion that should reside in the hearts of those compelled to be the change they hope to see around them.