Mix Master David Sermon on STUNTIN
And, it came to pass in the year of our Lord 2022, a great multitude of music lovers gathered, for the sermon of Mix Master David, proclaimed King David.
Many have travelled far and wide, in Benzes and Bimmers, waiting patiently like those who were waiting for Jesus to feed them with two fish and five loaves of bread.
Yes, those who could not make the journey due to oversleeping and money worries could watch the coming of King David on Youtube.
And, as the hour draweth nigh, the congregation began to shout in one accord WE WANT STUNTIN, WE WANT STUNTIN for breakfast, lunch, and supper.
So, it’s all about “Stuntin” now, a song which tells the story of a man/woman starting with nothing to something big in life.
Let Mix Master David speak, uttered a short man resembling Zacchaeus. And, at once the crowd parted like the Red Sea and a man cladded in princely robes made his way to the podium.
Speak now Mix Master David and let your voice be heard.
And, there was silence, deep silence as the man who co-produced STUNTIN began:
Behold, I bring to you good tidings. We all know God is a man of great understanding and wisdom. A man of great action. One who does not stumble. And, when he called out to me and said, Mix Master David, you have served your people well. Since coming to Uncle Sam’s land no one can deny your sleepless nights, toiling, while many have been working for the devil.
This STUNTIN is a song for all seasons. Not only mango or pear season. Not for escallion. But, time will tell my people. Time will tell cause there is no STUNTIN like the one I have. This STUNTIN tells a marvelous story, A story which will give strength when you are weak. How many of you have met bad times? Times when you feel like there is no one around. This is the time you seek STUNTIN .
My dearly beloved brothers and sisters I would like to introduce to you the one who is featured on this STUNTIN. The man called Verse Simmonds. He has come a far way from the Virgin Islands. Yes, I repeat the Virgin Islands. I see some sisters laughing and making fun but I can tell you, his pen is mightier than the whole of you sisters and he will mark up your chalkboard like ole dawg Beenie Man.
And, to my left is disiciple Oxlade not Oxtail. I don’t eat Trenton, no not at all. Now, Oxlade has brought that touch of Afro-beat to STUNTIN.
This sermon is just a tip of the Iceberg. Tell everyone to go and purchase a copy of STUNTIN. If you believe in STUNTIN shake that tambourine and cry out Allelulia, Allelulia, Amen.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Jacobs)