Andy Mineo brings Propaganda and Uncomfortable Tour to Indy Nov04

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Andy Mineo brings Propaganda and Uncomfortable Tour to Indy

Andy Mineo is by far one of the fastest-rising rappers in Christian music. His solo debut- Heroes For Sale– put him on the map, finding him on tours with Skillet, Lecrae and more. His sophomore release- Unfomfortable has launched him to yet another level and he’s already headlining and selling-out venues across the country and his Uncomfortable Tour hit Indianapolis just one night after Tobymac played Indy.

Mineo played Old National Centre’s Deluxe and it was packed to capacity- to the point you couldn’t walk through the room if you needed to, and he brought spoken word artist Propaganda with him to open the show.

It wasn’t your typical concert, as Propaganda spit words of realism, truth and gospel to the crowd, making them stop and think about their own lives and their own faith from time to time. You could hear the crowd agreeing with him and taking a step back to really examine how they live their lives and whether they really show their faith.

His job wasn’t done yet, as he’d come on stage from time to time in between Mineo’s songs to preach even more gospel.

Before too long, after Propaganda wrapped up, Mineo took the stage for a set that saw him playing songs from both albums and getting up close with the sold-out crowd, giving them their money’s worth. Mineo’s lyrics are as real as it gets and his time on the road with rappers like Lecrae really paid dividends for him. He took the stage and completely owned it, taking no prisoners, showing exactly why he’s one of the hottest rappers today.

He’s one of the most energetic rappers and performers in the game today, jumping around the stage, coming down to the front row, and speaking from personal experiences about what inspired certain songs in the set.

At the end of the night, the fans went home happy and exhausted, ready for the next show and Andy Mineo left having made a powerful impact on the fans. The tour has completely lived up to it’s name, with each artist taking time to talk about faith and Christianity in the world today, sometimes making people Uncomfortable with the truth they were telling and also encouraging Christians to get out int o the world and leave their own comfort zones.

-Reggie Edwards

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