Blacq Prodigal & Adverage Joe Have ‘Made A Way’ With Their Latest R&B Track, Featuring The Unit

Blacq Prodigal is a songwriter, producer, and singer, and weaves his multifaceted talents into absolute masterpieces, blending gospel harmonies with rap rhythms and heartfelt lyrics. He takes his inspiration from his life experiences, both on the streets and from church, and his mission is to provide a welcoming and relatable space for newcomers to the Christian community, as he authentically expresses his relationship with God.

Blacq Prodigal’s latest single, ‘Made A Way’, moves beyond the traditional strictures of gospel rap, and delivers a powerful message of transformation, going from the darkness of despair to the light of faith.

Making use of raw and unfiltered confessions, ‘Made A Way’ takes the listener on Blacq Prodigal’s journey, including his time in prison, as he finds his way through life, and rediscovers his faith while living on the streets. The verses serve as a beacon of hope, assuring listeners that there is hope, even in the bleakest of times.

Blacq Prodigal is joined on ‘Made A Way’ by Adverage Joe, Blacq’s childhood friend, as well as his sister and niece, both of whom are members of the group, The Unit, ensuring the song is a testament to community, as well as unswerving belief in life being able to be changed.

The music video for ‘Made A Way’ sees Blacq Prodigal guiding a young man from the hardships of life on the street, towards the positive and uplifting embrace of life in church. Along the way, joined by Adverage Joe, the profound blessings of faith are revealed, and showing that life is so much more than chasing money. The story is a retelling of Blacq Prodigal’s own younger life, and will be relatable to so many.

Watch the music video for ‘Made A Way’ here, and find out more about Blacq Prodigal and his music online on his official website, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.

Blacq Prodigal - Made A Way ft. Adverage Joe, The Unit

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