An awarding-winning Christian artist, Lecrae Moore just released a new single titled “Deep End” with a hashtag “restoration” in his twitter handles.
I ain’t trying to go back to the old me,
I’m trying to hang on like my momma told me,
Sometimes legs get weak and your arms give out
And you sink to the bottom slowly.#DeepEnd music video out now. Link below! https://t.co/UZgXqJpwZ0 pic.twitter.com/SThVjxmwBc
— Lecrae (@lecrae) June 25, 2020
“A couple of years ago my childhood trauma came to a head. I felt abandoned and turned my back on everything and everyone I loved, including God. He was gracious to me.”Lecrae posted.
He continues to add “I began my journey of restoration. As we approached 2020 I was positive that this would be a phenomenal year, only to find myself with more problems, more issues, and more unrest.”
With these statements, the new track emphasised on his journey to restoration as to all the problems he faced during his childhood. His “Restoration album” was supposed to be one of the biggest albums in this year by was affected by this global pandemic. However, he never lost hope of this great track.
This new track comes with an outstanding video, the video started with a couples of images of black lives lost by a racist act then followed by a unique composed lyrics being sung.
Yeah, I might go crazy
I might go MJ back in the 80s
Back in the 90s, I might go off
Or they better not try me,
It might get dicey
I ain’t tryna go back to the old me
I’m tryna hang on
Like my mama told me
Sometimes legs get weak
And your arms give out
And you sink to the bottom slowly
A grown man wishing that
Somebody hold me (Hold)
Never knew my daddy,
So nobody show me
Taught me how to walk
Through the storm
When your heart feel heavy
And it’s hard and you’re feeling lonely……
among others were the words that featured in his new track. Lecrae Moore, a man of hope is now forward for a great restoration.
To watch the video click on the link.