Living Intensely For Elohim (L.I.F.E) is the mission and message that gospel rap solo artist DLIV and group L.I.F.E Camp Ministries are committed to spreading to fans through their music, lyrics and sound.
L.I.F.E Camp is a Cleveland, Ohio, gospel rap group. Their sound is an uplifting mix of inspiration and encouragement, with their latest single “Breakthrough” an anthem for overcoming obstacles and breaking through challenges.
L.I.F.E Camp members Benjamin Wilson (Choze), Stanford Wilson (Livin Pruf) and Joseph Suddeth (Overflow) formed the group six years ago. Even though many of the group members have been in ministry and performing since 1996, just this year they were signed to Urgency Records.
While the group aspires to have a breakout song or album hit mainstream airwaves, they are committed to staying true, focused and ministry minded.
“I don’t want to compromise my walk. We want to always stay focused on the King First,” Living Pruf said. “I don’t want to lose myself or the reason why I do this.”
The group holds each other accountable for their actions and commitment. Every week the group meets on Wednesday for Bible Study. They have a “real talk” session, meditate, read scripture and write lyrics.
“Everyone writes eight to 16 bars,” Overflow explains, “Then we think about the concept of the song collectively and decide what works and what doesn’t or if there is a need for more hooks.”
CP: What was the concept behind the song, “I am a Winner?”