Rawsrvnt. The track’s high-energy, electropop beat and vocal stylings are tailor-made for beach parties and radio requests, but its ambiguous lyrics may cause some fans to ask whether the song is about God, a girl, or both.
Is it okay for a Christian artist to make a song about romantic love instead of godly love? What if it’s a mix of both?
Does it bleed into the “Jesus-is-my-boyfriend” territory that some
believers feel is a negative trend in modern worship music? Or is it
simply a strategic decision to attempt to expose and connect faith-based
art to as many different people as possible?
“I wrote ‘Fallin’ In Love’ in a moment of pure passion,” Rawsrvnt cryptically stated.
“As with any piece of quality art, I think it’s up to the consumer to
spend time with it and ultimately decide both what they believe the
author intended and the message they’re going to take away from it.”
The song, which was produced by Crane and features Christian rapper Milliyon, is currently available for purchase from iTunes.
Fans who are “Fallin’ In Love” with the track are urged to use the #LoveStruck hashtag on social media networks and visit Rawsrvnt.com/LoveStruck for FREE electronic wallpapers and other goodies.
A full visual version of “Fallin’ In Love” is set to release on Tuesday, July 24th.