I hear a lot of folks talking smack about what the church supposedly isn't doing or should be doing to help people. Scott Lane chops it up with one of the lead rap vocalists of Renaissance Music Group, Sinai the Overcomer. Sinai is much more than a Christian rapper though. In this interview, Sinai talks about the work he and his team are doing to help build an orphanage and "Safe House Community" which is taking direct action against sex trafficking in Pretoria, South Africa. Sinai, Legin, and Mike Bell have released an album entitled "Safe House" and are committing every dollar they make from album sales to building the Safe House orphanage and community.
You can get more information about the work they're doing at
-Intervening against sex trafficking in South Africa
-What is the Safe House Project?
-How to support the Safe House Project
-Recently recording a song with Christian rapper Da Truth
-Controversy in Christian hip-hop culture between artists who focus on the church and artists that focus on audiences outside the church.
-All the revenue from the Safe House album goes toward building an orphanage/safe house and resource center in Pretoria, South Africa. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY!!!
This episode ends out with Sinai's the hit single
"Refugee" feat. Da Truth