While it would be easy for the multiple Dove Award winner and sought after collaborator (TobyMac, Newsboys, Thousand Foot Krutch) to rest on his laurels after more than a decade in the game, he aggressively walks that talk across Dangerous, while offering both listeners of faith and the mainstream scene plenty of reasons to relate. Take for instance the title track, which was originally written from a third person perspective, but was changed midway through the sessions to find KJ-52 vulnerably unveiling his own weaknesses.
"At first, I felt it came off too judgmental, so I flipped it and put it on myself," he reveals. "It's risky to do something like that, but if that means I have to put myself into an uncomfortable place to allow someone else to come with up with a resolution, then I'm okay with that. That only comes from the confidence God gives me and it's just me being me, faults and all."
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