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Epiphany (Manafest album)

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Released  July 19, 2005
Length  47:03
Artist  Manafest
Producer  Adam Messinger
Genre  Christian hip hop
Recorded  2004-2005
Epiphany (2005)  Glory (2006)
Release date  19 July 2005
Label  BEC Recordings
Epiphany (Manafest album) httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaenddfEpi
Similar  Glory, My Own Thing, Citizens Activ, The Chase, The Moment

Epiphany deluxe edition full album

Epiphany is the second studio album by Christian rapper Manafest. It was released July 19, 2005 under BEC Recordings. The release also marks Manafest's first label album, as well as the start of his long-time affiliation with BEC.


The album contains the single "Skills" featuring Trevor McNevan of Thousand Foot Krutch.

Manafest rodeo


The album was awarded "Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year" for the 27th GMA Canada Covenant Awards. The same year, the song "Let It Go", off the album, also won "Rap/Hip Hop Song of the Year". The following year, the music video for the song "Rodeo" was nominated for "Video of the Year".

Critical reception

As the album was Manafest's first step out of an independent status, the release only garnered a few glances from professional music sites and reviews. They were however, generally positive. applauded the album and stated: "On his debut release with BEC Recordings, Manafest brings a variety of beats to the table. Some serious rock licks back him up on some cuts, while he goes a little old school on others and then shifts to a more modern hip-hop sound on a few more. Lyrically, Manafest covers ground from witnessing to others to the pressures of living in the 21st century to living for God. Overall, this is a strong debut and it makes a big statement for this young artist." Paul Portell of Jesus Freak Hideout went on to say that "Manafest's debut may take more than a listen or two to fully appreciate his talent and attempts at songwriting. If you're a music fan that isn't too picky on diversity within the confines of an individual project that fuses rock and hip-hop together, then Epiphany is the project for you."

Track listing

  • Track 3, 6, 9, 10, 11 & 12 originally on My Own Thing.
  • Personnel

  • Manafest - lead vocals, executive producer
  • Trevor McNevan - additional vocals on track 2
  • Bre - additional vocals on track 8
  • Jusachyl - additional vocals on track 15
  • Aisha Jess - backing vocals on track 8
  • Chris Stacey - opening vocals on track 1
  • Relic the Oddity - scratching on track 10
  • Melanie Greenwood - graphic design, photography
  • Music videos

  • Rodeo on YouTube
  • What I Got to Say on YouTube
  • Lyric videos
  • Skills on YouTube
  • Songs

    3What I Got to Say3:58


    Epiphany (Manafest album) Wikipedia

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