Review: Sean Slaughter- The Prototype


Slaughter Music

Released August 10, 2010

Reviewed by Anthony Peronto

The word prototype derives from the Greek and means “primitive form.” When used as a spiritual metaphor, as you may have guessed, that we Christians are “prototypes of Jesus constantly being remodeled.” So for a Grammy-nominated rapper and with 4 previous albums under his belt, Sean Slaughter uses this concept and the production of PROS aka PL Sweets to create a great 5th LP. Some notable tracks include the guitar-laden “Lemme Go,” the single “Survivor,” and the video game-esque “The Light.” There was even a little surprise with KJ-52’s nice verse on “I’m Gone,” which continues to prove my point that he isn’t just a “youth group rapper.”

This is another prime example of Christian rap’s production and quality exceeding the secular. This is in no way “primitive,” but is very superior to plenty of other hip-hop albums this year.

Grade: A-


  1. Blast Off Intro
  2. Blast Off
  3. Log In
  4. The Light
  5. Get At U ft. D-M.A.U.B. & True-Asia
  6. Got Em Again
  7. Who We Are
  8. Survivor ft. Canton Jones
  9. Trust In I Am
  10. Lemme Go
  11. Handz Inda Air
  12. I’m Gone ft. KJ-52 & Jamie Driscoll
  13. GO! Ft. Cm
  14. Raize Da Roof
  15. Itsa Reynolds

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