Singer-songwriter Shaffer Chimere Smith, popularly known as Ne-Yo, is a layman music artist who conceives in the brand new “trap gospel” sound hitting airwaves and he defended it in an interview recently. The singer-songwriter referred God saying ‘make a joyful noise, which could be determined in Psalm 98:4 and Psalm 100:1, when formulating his thoughts on trap gospel to HipHollywood.
Ne Yo said that God said make a joyful noise, he did not tell to make a trap noise, make a gospel noise, make a country noise, he said make a noise. So they are all good.
Recently, Erica Campbell served usher in the “trap gospel” music with her track “I Luh God.” Trap gospel is a merger of God pored lyrics over a trap music sound. Trap rap is characterized by the substance of its lyrics, but it also comes with a trademark music: nailing 808-style sub-bass kick drums, antsy sixty-fourth-note hi-hats, dive-bombing tom fills, as well as chilly cinematic strings. Read more »