Full Ride Music Group-general, Thi’sl, has dropped the tracklist and cover art for his album, ‘Against All Odds,’ which hits stores on March 22. Thi’sl is releasing an ‘Against All Odds’ book on the same day as his upcoming album. When you pre-order the project you get an instant download of his new song, “Redemption” [PROD. Jackpot Hitz].
— KING THI'SL (@Thisl) March 4, 2016
The tracklist for ‘Against All Odds’ is as follows.
01. “Guilty Until Proven Innocent”
03. “Go Get It”
04. “Momma’s Strength” Ft. Rev Mizz
05. “Money On My Head”
06. “All That Comes With It” Ft. Laquan Green
07. “Real Live Forever” Ft. Ricky Rock
08. “Help Me Find My Way” Ft. FLAME & Courtney Orlando
09. “Can You Hear Me”
Listen to “Redemption” by Thi’sl.
For both projects to drop on the same day is fitting.
“The album is a musical autobiography,” Thi’sl said. “It’ll take the same approach as my ‘Chronicles of an X-Hustler’ album, where it has narration between songs, mid-tempo, heavy-hitting beats and songs which talk about specific situations that lead up to redemption.”
The odds looked against redemption for Thi’sl. Before he became a Billboard-charting, independent rapper, business owner and national leader, he faced a mountain of obstacles, some of which were life-threatening — poverty, fatherlessness, gangs, drug dealing and a false arrest for first-degree murder.
Through a series of events which Thi’sl details in ‘Against All Odds,’ though, he surrendered his life to Jesus, who gave him a new motivation to overcome. Now, instead of selling crack out of duffle bags, he throws annual back-to-school parties on the same block and gives out book bags.
“I’ve known Thi‘sl for years and seen his story and voice impact people all around the world,” Grammy Award-winning artist Lecrae said. “There are only a handful of people in our day like him, who came out the fire and have turned back around to run back into it to pull people out. His voice is special, unique and challenging. He reminds us of what we should all be doing with our lives — living for something greater than ourselves.”
What song do you want to hear the most?