I’ve enjoyed Lecrae’s music from his very first album (KAA-U KNOW) and have everything that he’s every made. I knew a little of his story but there was some real talk in this gut-level honest autobiography. I appreciate and understand his music so much better knowing what he was going through as he wrote his albums. I especially appreciated his thoughtful conclusions after processing traumatic events and then filtering them through a Biblical worldview. I found myself flying through the gripping stories but slowing down to highlight many poignant phrases.
This book, and his life, is a testimony to God’s amazing grace. I would encourage anyone to read it, but especially young people and especially young people in an urban environment.