Prodigal Son's latest project the double disc album 'Songs From My Midnight' and 'Break of Day,' is an invitation into his life. In these CDs he opens up himself like a patient going under the knife and in it, others facing the same kind of pain, finds hope and the way out too.
The double discs take you on an emotional journey going through the dark valleys of despair to the triumphant trek of victory.
Prodigal Son doesn't pull any punches in this effort and the clean clear tracks rings out with the conviction.
Among the tracks that reaches out from the 'Songs From My Midnight' experience are "They Don't Know," a song that highlights the struggles trying to keep your head above the water. "if it wasn't for Jesus Christ, wi nuh know whey wi woulda do...dem nuh know half a tings wi guh through..."
"The Prayer" though the shortest track on "Songs From My Midnight," it is probably the most potent as it highlights a double message one the perception even Christian folks have about folks from the ghetto and the fact that many are too self-righteous in their praying.
Among the tracks that ministers to you are 'Love Is The Key To Life,' "Crying In the Midnight," "Mi Nuh Stupid" and "Dry Bones Live".
Following the midnight experience there must come the 'Break of Day' and with it comes the victory and see anguish turning to joy, despair to hope and defeat to victory. Relive it all with tracks such as "Blessings," "Shake Off The Devil," "New Generation," "This Is How We Do It," "Ketch A Fire" and "Praise Now."