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In God We Trust: Chief Holyfire Strives to Bring Faith to the Masses

By Len Vinas, Photos by John Coynefeatures
Dec 13, 2007 - 1:21 AM





Jamar Seay aka Chief Holyfire is the CEO of One Life Records. He describes his music as 'revolutionary' and 'inspirational.'


Seay is a devout Christian who laces his lyrics with biblical metaphors.


Seay reads the Bible whenever he's tempted to return to his old ways.

Usually filled with 20 or 30 journalism students, the news lab at San Francisco State University is almost empty except for about five undergrads. Some are doing research while others are typing up stories, but there is one person doing neither: Jamar Seay. This bald 25-year-old, clad with a black pea coat, jeans and black sneakers, is sitting at the far end of the room gazing at the computer screen. He’s putting the final touches on a song he’s been writing for two weeks titled “A Beautiful Hell.”

Seay, who raps under the alias Chief Holyfire, a name he gave himself in 2002 to represent his leadership, faith and ability, works on it for about two and a half hours, typing and deleting constantly on the keyboard. Often he shakes his head from side to side, finger pointing in the air trying to find a good rhythm to the song. After looking his rhymes over, he hits the print button, grabs the sheet, and looks at his lyrics with a smile, pleased with his work. His music, as he describes it, is “revolutionary” and “inspirational”—different from a lot of hip-hop currently in the market.

Seay’s music is dissimilar from the “me” focused, misogynistic, ice wearin’, bling-bling reppin’, 24-inch rim ridin’, pop-lock and drop it hip-hop record on the radio and television. He is a religious person and a lot of his music is God-oriented. But you wouldn’t know that unless you knew him or studied his lyrics. Seay doesn’t blatantly come out and proclaim to be a religious artist. He says he doesn’t want to be labeled a “Christian rapper,” fearing he will be boxed into the religious music category, making it difficult to have a larger fan base, or make it into mainstream hip-hop consciousness.

To mask his words, Seay uses metaphors for God and Bible passages. In the seventh bar of "A Beautiful Hell," Seay raps: “Only given to those who chose to trust wisdom,” from Jeremiah 29:13-14. The Bible passage reads: "You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. I will be found by you, declares the Lord, and will bring you back from captivity.” Throughout the song, he metaphorically refers to scriptures from Luke, the Romans, and Matthew.

Seay is like many hip-hop artists struggling to gain notoriety in the music business while talking about God. Many lyricists steer far away from rapping about the savior and go directly to what makes money: cars, diamonds, sexy girls, goin’ dumb and “lean wit' it rock wit it” content. Artists fear that talking about religion won’t get them success in the rap game. Kanye West acknowledges this in his 2004 smash record, “Jesus Walks”: “They say you can rap about anything except for Jesus/ That means guns, sex, lies, video tapes / But if I talk about God my record won't get played. Huh?"

West is not the only one who feels this sentiment. Sean “P-Diddy” Combs of Bad Boy Records says in a 2004 interview with MTV.com that people are intimidated when God or Jesus is mentioned, so it's rarely discussed.

Rappers have good reasons for not spitting rhymes about God. Traditionally, pop audiences don’t accept religious overtones. Ask any hip-hop consumer if they can name two Christian rappers. Even if they can, rarely do artists of that nature get major radio play, video rotation or commercial success.

Adisa Banjoko, a journalist and author of the book Lyrical Swords: Hip-Hop Politics in the Mix, claims radio stations and record labels frown on religious raps, so it doesn't receive proper air play. Banjoko says this scares rappers from showing themselves spiritually.

"Mainstream America has never been able to sit well with Afrocentric God concepts," says Banjoko. "So it made it easier for the mainstream to think that all these rappers talk about is violence, partying, wild’n out."

However, Stacy Cunningham, program director at 106 KMEL, a popular Bay Area radio station, says KMEL will play any record as long as it is hot and in demand, regardless if it’s religious or not. Cunningham adds, “A hot record is a hot record, period.”

As of November 20th, 2007, there weren't any songs on the playlist with religious nuances.

“Callers don’t request spiritual orientated tracks,” says Cunningham. “Most requests we get are from the younger demographic … The older demographics don’t normally call in to requests songs.”

A majority of the music is the Fat Joe “Make It Rain” image of hip-hop where money is thrown around like garbage, rappers consume alcohol like water and scantily clad girls flock around boys to get attention. However, Seay, CEO of One Life Records, wants to make music that is different and that everyone can relate to, from children to adults. He hopes that his songs will change people’s lives.

“I want the entire world to hear my music and hopefully seek a real relationship with their creator,” explains Seay. “I just want to see people free from guilt and be able to focus on a life that is eternal versus one so temporary.”

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Seay devotes his weekends to teaching youth about the Bible. One weekend in April at Windemere Ranch Middle School in San Ramon, Calif., 24 teens form a circle in the center of the large classroom that overlooks the San Ramon hills. These junior high kids sit quietly as Seay flips through his Bible, searching for the day’s lesson. Seay, decked out in stone wash jeans and a grey fleece pullover, clears his throat and begins to say: “The things that come out of the mouth come from the heart, and these make a man unclean. For out of the heart come evil thoughts, murder, adultery, sexual immorality, theft, false testimony, slander.” Uncertain how to respond, these 18 boys and six girls say nothing and wait for Seay to explain the moral of the passage. He tells the silent class, “When you communicate, you can open up your feelings.”

And that’s a good lesson, especially from a man who has good faith and a good outlook on life. But it wasn’t always like this.

Seay, born in Vallejo, Calif., had a typical childhood. He was active in sports and aspired to be a big-league ballplayer for his favorite team, the Oakland Athletics. Like many shy, curious and impressionable teens looking for a way to fit in, he buckled under peer pressure and began smoking weed as a freshman in high school. Later, he transferred to a high school in San Ramon, Calif. where his popularity increased—girls wanted him and dudes wanted to be like him, and this made him feel like a god.

After he received his driver’s license, he spent weekends going out drinking, smoking and sneaking into clubs to meet girls and have sex. The more he partied, the more his personality shifted. His GPA fell below 2.0; he argued with teachers and principals, cut class and grew defiant of his father. He was heading down the wrong path until a trip home from basketball practice changed his entire world.

In February 2000 around 7:30 pm, Seay is heading westbound on the I-205 freeway near Tracy, Calif. He’s driving home to Danville after basketball practice. Fatigued, Seay falls asleep at the wheel and his 1995 Dodge Stratus runs into a nearby ditch. Luckily, he leaves the crash with no major injuries and a new perspective on life.

Soon after, he confesses to his older brother, James Seay Jr., that he’s “empty” and “tired” of trying so hard to be someone he’s not.

“Following God’s will and responding to his son’s death is what motivated me to live this life,” says Seay.

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Hip-hop culture is made up of four components: rapping, deejaying, break dancing and graffiti. But some believe there is a fifth element that rarely gets mentioned: religion.

Religion, philosophy and theological concepts are woven into the fabric of hip-hop, says Adisa Banjoko. Throughout hip-hop history, rappers always acknowledge the higher power. In the early 1990’s, Run-DMC experienced a rebirth that led Run to become a reverend. A modern day slang poet, Nas always references God, naming his 1996 album It Was Written and later God’s Son in 2001. Even the money-hungry 50 Cent didn’t forget to praise in his 2003 hit album, Get Rich or Die Trying, which includes a track titled “Gotta make it to Heaven.”

Tupac Shakur, who many consider one of the hardest of all time, never failed to broach God in his music. He made records like “Only God Can Judge Me,” “Thugz Mansion” and “I Wonder If Heaven Got A Ghetto.” The relationship of spirituality and rap has always been there but now it’s receiving more love from mainstream audiences.

So, why is God getting props from mainstream listeners now? Because the radio needs this, raps Kanye West in his song “Jesus Walks” off his 2004 album The College Dropout. The South Bronx-originated culture is under fire and criticism for its misogynistic and material driven music. Advocates say that this brand of music does nothing more than deplete the soul.

“It’s plantation music, it’s like a modern day minstrel show,” says Pastor Efrem Smith, the senior pastor at the Sanctuary Covenant Church in Minneapolis. “What you are being fed is not real hip-hop. Hip-hop should be knowledge of self.”

Billboard charts indicate that rap and hip-hop album sales are down 40 percent since 2000 and down 21 percent since 2005. Black Youth Project, a research project that examines the attitudes, resources and culture of African American youth, indicates that 59 percent of youth say that there is too much sex and violence in rap music.

But rap is slowly giving mad props to God, and vice versa. Hip-hop is being used more in the church. Smith uses hip-hop as a vehicle to inform the youth about the lord. During his services, Smith has Christian rappers perform, deejays hit up the ones and twos and graffiti artists show off their artistic talents on a blank canvas behind the pastor. This is a way for the youth to check out the church. And it’s working says Smith. His services are full of enthusiastic youth enjoying the sounds of hip-hop with the scriptures.

***

Seay has temptations to go back to his old ways, but reads the Bible to put himself in check. Surely his faith in God makes him a Christian, but does it matter whether or not Seay is defined as a Christian or religious rapper? That’s a hard question to answer. Labeling him a religious lyricist only limits himself as a musician, he says.

“I don’t want to feel like I can’t reach a certain group of people. That’s not true,” articulates Seay. “I make music for everybody. People can tell I’m a spiritual guy through my music—I don’t want people thinking they can’t relate to me if they don’t read the Bible.”

Seay sits for a moment and adds: “Don’t get me wrong, I am trying to make money, too.”

Visit Chief Holyfire on MySpace at www.myspace.com/chiefholyfire

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Len Vinas is a senior at San Francisco State University where he writes for [X]press Magazine. He also interns at XBox Magazine and dances to Justin Timberlake songs in the dark. People know him as "Mr. This Is Why I'm Hot."

John Coyne is just a Jersey cat doing that photography thing in the Bay Area. He's got a love for the grit and grime of the city and he's out to capture the beauty of the streets to the best of his ability. See more of his work at: http://flickr.com/photos/jjcphotography/



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December 23, 2007 7:21 AM
On behalf of my company we wish you all the best for 2008. Peace and love from NY. Abram-CEO- Latin Impulse Magazine www.latinimpulsemag.com www.myspace.com/latinimpulsemagazine

Rtystk INk says:
December 23, 2007 11:44 PM
Good article possibly you can travel to Stockton and perform at my church...we always do youth events feature rap, singing, dancing, poetry and art...and may God bless!!

J.T. says:
December 29, 2007 10:23 AM
I remember when you rapped that song to me it is a good song and i feel you should push it. You are almost there Jamar don't give up and keep it up help is on the way. God is the man J.T.

Author/Evangelist Shanetria Peterson says:
January 9, 2008 5:59 PM
Blessings, Thanks for sending me the link to read your article so I could post on your page. I really believe that you have a gift that will reach many, many, many young audiences. What they DO NOT need this day and age is compromise. Mark 8:38 says; "Whosoever therefore shall be ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation; of him also shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he cometh in the glory of his Father with the holy angels." We all understand that the evolution of the traditional Gospel Music Industry is changing, and that's one thing that won't be stopped, but however, the message should still be declaring that Jesus heals, delivers, and sets free, and I firmly beieve that whatever we say that we are called to do for the Lord, that we are not to compromise and leave "out" who we are representing and that comes by saying his name, loving his name on our tongue and letting the world know that we are not ashamed to use his name. The industry within itself, is "jaded" in a sense, because most of us believe that it will not bring us the publicity that we are looking for," but yet we solemnly state that we love, adore, and want to take him to the world, but how do we do that if we can't bring honor to him rather than to money, ourselves and the industry itself? We can never get to the know the Lord the way that he requires unless we go through his word and he says firmily in John 14:6; I am the way the truth, and the life: no man cometh to the Father, but by me. That's how we reach the world. That's how the world is turned upside down and that's by HIM. We're not called to fit in, we're called to make disciples of all men. For he who is a friend of the world, is an enemy with God so we must draw boundaries to what we try to mix with God because the world and the church doesn't mix. I don't have a problem with Gospel rap for the most important thing that I look for in a word, a song, a writing piece, ect...is the messages being potrayed. I look for what the message is able to do for my life. Will it draw me cloer to the Lord or will it make me question who the message is talking about? "Blessings and The Best of God's Blessings to You" Keep doing what you are doing, but consider "there's something about the name Jesus for it is the sweetest name, we know!" Selah, Shanetria Peterson Editor-N-Chief of Global Infuence

milton 510 says:
January 10, 2008 9:28 AM
what up Jamar, My Brotha - My Brotha you are AMAZzzING just keep doing what you are doing. the race is not won by the sprint but with true conditioning. CIVIL ARTS WILL ALWAYS HAVE YA BACK PEACE. Milton 510

Marisa says:
January 11, 2008 3:38 PM
Jamar It's fab! You're awesome even with all those double dates. You're gonna do big things in life. God Bless, your cel pal!

Tiffany says:
January 11, 2008 8:22 PM
Hey Jamar...I'm so so proud of you and all your accomplishments....luv ya, cuz

Tanya Dixon says:
January 16, 2008 8:19 PM
What's up, Chief Holyfire! Thanks for inviting me to read your article and find out more about your craft. I have so much respect for "conscious" hip-hop artists that are not afraid to show their spirituality. After being in the industry for so many years, it's quite a relief to see more artists that understand that hip-hop music doesn't start and end with money, cars, and bling. I really respect your hustle and keep me posted on your successes. Stay blessed Tanya

erinne says:
January 18, 2008 7:09 PM
yeeeeeeeeeeeeeh!!! proud ah ya!

SamFam says:
January 19, 2008 11:20 AM
jamar wsup wit it. Ay man thats real big wut you doin, i respect and support it all the way! Best wishes for 2008, they say good things come to those who wait.

estes roam says:
February 26, 2008 8:43 PM
when Seay talks about wanting to reach a large audience it seems to contradict when he says he doesn't want people to think they relate to him if they do not accept jesus christ as their savior. he asserts that he wants to avoid hindrances on his musical boundaries, but by "preaching," no matter how implicit the actual pitch for eternal salvation may be, he is automatically excluding all hip-hop fans with other religious or non-religious belief systems. any music that is focused around trying to convert people or otherwise presenting an incredibly narrow cosmology is doomed for limitation. to assume that without the help of the judeo-christian "god" (or some other supernatural influence, for that matter) that hip-hip stands no chance of implementing a more compassionate sense of morality and artistic integrity is horrible naive. none of us need anything more than rationale to assist us in making less degrading music. many of us forget (or ignore) that misogyny is, indeed, advocated by the bible; as is stoning to death anyone who does not share the conviction that jesus is the son of "god." christian music is aptly labeled as it seeks only to reach other christians or to persuade non-christians to join up. it is similar to what would be held in the "Be-All-You-Can-Be-Army-Rap" section of record stores if there was one. the ideas of eternal damnation, constant failing in your plight to be a better human (because we can only aspire to jesus' level, never attain the same status) and a big bearded MAN (not woman) watching our every move are equally as scary as talk of gun fights and the degradation of females, if you ask me. by the way, war and persecution are also on the "go-ahead" list held by the same folks that talk peace and charity. let's face it, at this point, we all need more than any god could offer us; even if they weren't all fake.

D.R.E.A.M. says:
March 29, 2008 4:03 PM
nice article .. man that long comment by estes sure is confusing. I wonder why?? cuz aint no God in it. peace chief holy stay up!!

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