Rocklin Hip-Hop Artist Releases New Album
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ROCKLIN, Calif.- This week, independent record label Tate Music Group is excited to announce the official release of Al B. Batchos' new album titled "Born Again."
Released by Tate Music Group, the album offers 10 tracks and is readily available for purchase nationwide at the iTunes Store, Amazon.com, or directly from TateMusicGroup.com.
Al B. Batchos is Rocklin's up-and-coming gospel rapper. With his down-to-earth attitude and the wholesome messages of his songs, his rap music is unique and different. Before he found Christ he was making music for the money, rapping about self-indulgences, sex, and drugs. After going through a difficult time, God was the one who saved him and gave him the chance to start all over again. Since then, he has been making rap songs that glorify and praise the name of God.
His new album "Born Again," is a collection of rap tracks that will hook listeners and keep them craving for more. With the catchy hip-hop beats and the anointed lyrics each song contains, this album will inspire a message of encouragement and praise. Tracks in the album include "Whole New Life," "Al B's There," and "Is He Alive in You."
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