Five Loaves & Two Fish
As a Chicago native, raised on the South-side of the city, Glen was greatly influenced by the hip-hop culture. In, 1997 he met with the Zulu Nation constituency in the Bronx New York at a Zulu nation Conference where he was encouraged to take responsibility for and ownership of the Hip-hop culture by the father of hip-hop: DJ Kool Hert, and hip-hop pioneer Afrika Bambada. However, God snatched him out of the underground hip-hop culture for His own purposes. Being filled with the Holy Spirit and dedicated to the Lord, Glen become God's Ghostwriter. The Ghostwriter's music style a mix of the old and new school hip-hop. His lyric style has the thought provoking nature of conscious rap and the boldness and aggression of gangster rap. Five Loaves and Two Fish is his debut CD which provides a taste of Chicago from a divine perspective with a combination of his very own Chicago south-side flavored Hip-hop production style and the Chicago north-side flavored Hip-hop production style of E. Heyn. The Ghostwriter's music project is complete in the spirit of excellence while containing creativity, authenticity, truth, and potent lyrical content over ear-grabbing, soul stirring hip-hop tracks. His music is sure to be recognized as an impetus for spiritual edification and transformation through dropping kingdom themes in both the popular and underground hip-hop cultures.