- Artist: Sonny Shotz
- Track: (13th) Apostle Paul Was Gay
- Producer: Teddy Roxpin
- Album: Danel Exodus
From Ted Haggard to Eddie Long, the most prominent religious critics of homosexuality have frequently been revealed to be in the closet, after being caught in compromising situations. According to some, these are only recent examples of a tradition stretching way back to the founding of the Christian church. On a new single, Boston rhymesayer Sonny Shotz (formerly of The Dean's List) shares his controversial hypothesis that the Apostle Paul Was Gay. As evidence, he cites 1 Corinthians 7:1, in which Paul (who elsewhere condemns homosexuality) states, “It is good for a man not to touch a woman.” Whether or not you find his argument convincing—I'm not sold, to be honest—the lyrical dexterity he showcases over Teddy Roxpin's headnodic beat is undeniable. The artist's own official visuals round out the package. Shotz's Danel Exodus project currently lacks a drop date, but we in the Booth will keep you posted as further details emerge.
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