Too Deep (T.D.I.G.G.) reveals cover art, theme and concept behind his next release after months of silence

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This is an unexpected one from T.D.I.G.G. (familiar as Too Deep), telling his story about situations he has been through in the past few months. Essentially, this song is an answer to all the rhetorical assumptions, speculations and scuttlebutts regarding the long silence pertaining to Deep Music.

Too Deep gives a summarized account on how his faith has been scarred, tried and tested in diverse ways, while he paints a vivid picture of memoirs. He explains how the situation has made him wiser and stronger in facing more battles to come on this journey of life with an unwavering hope in Jesus Christ. 

He has also come to embrace and appreciate the magnitude of grace more and believes he has gained insight as to how to deal with persons within and outside the body who need restoration and love through the affirmation of GOD’s grace. 

Too Deep is indeed one of the very few brothers within the body who views the body through the lens of pre-Christians (unsaved) or unbelievers, hence considered controversial. Too Deep explains the comparison of the life of JESUS CHRIST to modern day Christians, thereby drawing a conclusion that there’s so much work Christians need to do.

Most importantly, Too Deep expresses profound gratitude to his friends and family (some unmentioned) who stood with him and interceded on his behalf, while he was going through his wilderness. He also proclaims his forgiveness and love to those who castigated him and threw him into the lions’ den to suffer more. He is rather grateful after going through the wilderness and looking back at it all, because he believes without a shadow of doubt that it was all meant to prepare him to be the man of purpose whom GOD predestined him to be, and to impact lives, essentially.

(Psalm 71 : 21, 24 – “You shall increase my greatness and comfort me on every side…My tongue also shall talk of Your righteousness all the day long; For they are confounded, For they are brought to shame; those who seek my hurt.”) – NKJV

The concept behind the cover art, as illustrated by Too Deep is the overruling of the law by GOD’s grace. The broken gavel depicts how GOD tampered justice (the law) with his mercy on behalf of Too Deep. 

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This song ties in with the storytelling journey off the eclectic body of work – This Path I Chose 3, which will be released later.

SONG RELEASE DATE : MONDAY, JANUARY 08, 2018 (08.01.18)

Photography by Jeffrey Osei-Tutu || Music Produced by G.P. / Dvine Muzic || Recorded by Decorus || Cover Art Illustration by Too Deep || Executive Producer – Julian Baisie || Creative Direction – Julian Baisie

Written and Published by Julian Baisie || January 6, 2018

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