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Music Review: Dax - Dear God Reactions| Dewordz

Dax just dropped a song titled 'Dear God', which seems to be a continuation of the song 'Devils Work' by Joyner Lucas that was released early this year (2019).

Secular artists have been noticeably seen with their struggle to understand the hidden secrets about the universe lately as some major mainstream artists have bundled it in a whole project.

Dax's 'Dear God' is one of the major songs I've noticed this year with artists absolutely being unsatisfied with the programming of the universe following that of Joyner Lucas 'Devil's Work'.

Firstly, I noticed something with the video (Images). Dax dramatizes the Jesus and the Cross scene with thorns around his forehead, coupled with the two soldiers with whips. 

What could this mean when through out the song, the rapper is seen questioning everything that surrounds God?

Have you tried watching the video with your volumes off, or sound muted? I tried this and I pictured a song that seems to be dramatizing the suffering of Christ, the penalty for sin, a Saviour, and the rob completely shows someone trying to be like Jesus (Lifestyle) in the Christian Bible.

All those were mere predictions because the lyrics tell a story filled with doubts about everything surrounding the image in the video.

In the song, Dax questions major aspects like, Religion, God, The Church, and The Bible. The rapper is a believer as he claimed at the intro of the song

I just want to make this clear/
I am a believer/
My name is Dax/
But sometimes it gets hard/

Dax is absolutely aggressive towards 'Religion' as he thinks it is the cause of all major unbalance and clashes among human beings. The rapper starts doubting God and His potentials when he starts questioning why everything about God is a topic of debate. This makes the rapper to feel that his mind is been manipulated by some programmed information.

Tell me what’s real/
Tell me what’s fake/
Why is everything on about you a debate?/
What’s the point of love?

Every time I’ve shown it I was broken and it’s forced me just to only want to hate/
Why’s there only one you but multiple religions?
Why does every conversation end in a division?
Why does everybody want to tell us how to live but they won’t listen to the same damn message that they giving?
The rapper reveals how he met with the devil and though he still can't remember completely what it was, he still knows the smell he got. He paints the devil as being that dude who would give him everything he wanted without any delay but says it is a completely opposite about God. God has been visualized to him as a loving, Caring, Providing, and saving dude, but he turns to see a different picture of real life.
I remember telling you my goals and my dreams but you didn’t even answer so I guess you didn’t believe it, I remember sitting with a gun to my head trying to ask you for some help but I guess you didn’t believe in it!
To Dax, the real connection with God is not through the next party. The rapper wants a spiritual connection than a Church, he wants to hear, see, do, and doesn't talk about his worries to any other human but rather to God directly.
I don't wanna read it in book I wanna hear it from you/ don’t want to learn it in a school because they’re hiding the truth/ don’t want to talk about it with another ... human and that only reason that I even stepped in the booth/
Dax emphasis on the words "Dear God" 4X in the major paragraphs unveils his recognition and loyalty to God as the Ultimate and sole source to get the answers/solutions to all his worries and thought-struggles.
The rapper ends the song by telling God that he's still a believer, and also ask for God's protection over him and those left behind.
I don’t want to have to ask you again all I hope is that you know that I’m still a believer so I’ll end this all by saying AMEN.

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