Game Over is the solo debut album of the only artist to the Indie Label, Gates of Heaven Records. It's hard hitting message is directed to a variety of subjects and people. It's surrounded in controversy with it's hard powerful in your face message. Although it's a Christian Rap CD it's musically inclined for both secular and Christians alike. As it does bring Glory to Jesus Christ, the artist does it in a way appealing and enjoyable to everyone. He's a breath of fresh air to a world in dire need of hope and love now more than ever. He's a hard working average man just like everyone else. He's involved in one hundred percent of the making of the album. He does it all. Writing the song, the final mix down, recording, packaging, shipping, booking, touring, promoting and selling. The only thing he does not do is make the beats. All supplies are bought and paid for out of his own pocket. It's the love of music and the love for the people that drives him. The beats were produced by variety of producers including Bassquad Productions, Clockwork, Innovator, Ahmad and more. The tracks itself produce high quality hard vocals meant to reach home to the hearts of the people. The songs cover a variety of subjects. The topics talked about include the rap industry, suicide, child abuse and current trials and tribulations being a Christian. In some of his songs he surrounds himself in controversy with lyrics that may come to you as a diss but are meant to serve as a message to the person or persons mentioned including a song called What If which is a message directed towards 50 Cent. He provides a message letting the public know he is still a sinner and struggles daily even admitting to some of his issues that he struggles with. He also brings songs not just about what's wrong with the world but also songs that are upbeat and are made to jam out to. Tracks include Hit Da Floor and Just Blaze which are made for the dance floor. They are songs that make you want to get on the dance floor and show the people what you got. His thought provoking lyrics make you think and examine your heart. He brings glory to the Lord Jesus Christ. His music is raw and to the point. Not afraid to speak his mind, he does it clearly through all of his songs. He brings the message of Christ in a clean fresh perspective. With the bluntness of an Eminem, the cleanliness of a Will Smith, the clean gangsta style of a Chamillionaire and street Christian lyrics of a Pettide, Kryptik bridges the gap between secular and Christian Hip Hop. He's blunt, straight to the point and outspoken. The tracks are designed and made for a spiritual message. I hope to bring blessings, hope and love in someobody's life who listens to this music. The three singles, all which are included on the album, have had considerable success on Soundclick and Myspace. All three singles show different styles and aspects of his talent. Hit Da Floor, the dance song, made it as high as #4 on Christian Hip Hop and #84 on General Hip Hop. It has had the most success. Wannabe, the hardcore in your face message, reached #35 Christian Hip Hop but not so well in General Hip Hop reaching only #381. Life and Death Pt. 1, which touches suicide and is one of my more emotional tracks, reached so far #33 on Christian Hip Hop and # 561 on General Hip Hop but continues to rise on the charts and receive plays as we speak. I hope this album touches somebody in some way. I hope it blesses all who listen. We need clean fresh new music that brings love and hope in a life filled with selfishness and hopelessness. He brings faith in an unfaithful world. The catchy rhythms and bass makes you want to bob your head and praise the Lord. May you do so when you hear these tracks. May the peace, love and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ shine down on you all. May He bless the works of your hands and you prosper in all that you do. God Bless You All!