Style: Rap/hip-hop; compare to Eminem, TobyMac, KJ-52

Top tracks: "Radio Makes You Lonely," "Confident," "So Sexy For All the Right Reasons"

Over his decade-plus career, John Reuben has proven his street cred and spiritual merit, blending themes of faith with his catchy hip-hop production techniques. The trend remains on this sixth studio CD, but the rapper steps up his lyrical game another notch; as the album title suggests, these are songs of resisting peer pressure and temptation. It's a bit deeper than Reuben typically digs, but there's plenty of fun too; it's a veritable party from start to finish with plenty of rhythmic rhyming and an upbeat vibe.

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Sex, Drugs and Self-Control
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Release Date
December 22, 2009
Gotee Records
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