NASHVILLE, Tennessee – Billboard chart-topping conservative hip-hop artist Topher has a simple message that he shared with The Tennessee Star in an exclusive interview for Americans going through tough times due to the Biden administration’s disastrous governance of our nation: “keep the faith.”
Topher emphasized to The Star that Americans need to rely on God and that conservatives are not alone in their beliefs.
“Keep the faith, you know. God is the answer to all the things that we have going on today. Especially being a country that was founded on Judeo-Christian values, I think it’s important for us to understand that core is what made America great,” he said.
“If we’re ever going to get back to that time where everyone was flourishing, enjoying their life, and living the American Dream – even though we can still live it today despite the circumstances – we need to rely on God,” said the artist.
“That’s also what makes this country so awesome – even when we’re down we’re still up. It’s crazy. Just keep the faith. Understand that you are not alone; there’s millions of people in the United States just like you,” he stressed.
“Here we are at the Faith and Freedom Coalition Road to Majority event. It lets you know that we are the majority and that there is a road that people are walking as well, so you don’t ever have to feel that you are alone in that journey,” Topher added.
The Star spoke with Topher at the Faith and Freedom Coalition Road to Majority conference which took place at the Gaylord Opryland in Nashville. He briefly discussed his activities at the conference.
“I’ve been hanging out. I like to use these opportunities to go out and see people. A lot of times with artists, celebrities, or big people, you don’t get to really interact with them,” he said.
“I’m a very interactive person and I love to come to these events to put a face with a name and thank people for supporting my music. I’m here for photos or hugs – whatever I can do for the good people that are out here feeling the dread of the Biden presidency or the backlash we get for standing for what we believe in,” he emphasized.
“I’m just here to let them know that they’re not alone. That’s why I love to come to these events,” he concluded.
The Star additionally asked Topher to talk about his latest projects.
“Well, I just dropped my new song, “Juneteenth,” which came out [Thursday]. The video’s doing pretty well. It’s a historical correction to the holiday. A lot of people have a resistance to celebrating Juneteenth because they feel it’s more divisive and exclusive,” he said.
“I wanted to show people that they feel that way because of how they manipulated the story of Juneteenth to make it more of a pro-black than a pro-America thing. It has always been a pro-America story from the heart,” said Topher.
“I dropped that to educate and to entertain at the same time,” he added.
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