Mr Lynx - Prophetic Fire

Published Tuesday 14th February 2006
Mr Lynx - Prophetic Fire
Mr Lynx - Prophetic Fire

STYLE: Reggae
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 13388-3161
LABEL: Creative Soul Entertainment 837101046954
RRP: £14.99

Reviewed by Mike Rimmer

Hailing from Grand Bahama, Andrew Cartwright aka Mr Lynx has already created a fuss with his debut album 'Living Furnace' in 2004. On that album he demonstrated a powerful dancehall style. On 'Prophetic Fire' he has developed a soulful roots sound on some of the tracks to enhance the hard hitting beats and fiery delivery on the earlier tracks on the album. Living up to the album's title, there are prophetic songs with powerful lyrics, like the title cut, "Shine Ya Light" and "He's Coming Soon". These are balanced by a fine trio of soulful reggae tracks "Life", the remix of "Peace" and "Tomorrow (The Sun Shines 4 Me)". With a team that includes Ronnie 'DJ Frost' Cash and fellow artist Dane 'Danejahrus' Strachan, he has delivered an album that proves the Lynx Affect is only getting stronger.

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Reader Comments

Posted by Black Nature in Malawi, Blantyre @ 10:54 on Jun 3 2012

send mi shine yah light lyrics

Posted by milangela attaf in nederland @ 09:00 on Mar 15 2010

hallo mr linx,y want to ask you if you cant sand me the backing track from hold me in your arms,plaes,becouse we wond to sing it in our church,bad we can not find anywhere on the google in nederland.y hoop to here from you,god blesse you.your songs inspered os very much,thanks.

Posted by Chimwemwe E Nyirenda in Malawi @ 08:07 on Feb 26 2010

Yesss!!! Mr Lynx, I feel God is really using to impact other people's Life in a Reggae style. Im a reggae fun but I guess i'm spiritually moved whaen I listen to you music. Hold me in your arms, Life, Take control uuuuuh!! I feel the presence of the Lord no matter the situation I'm into. KEEP It up!!! En may God bless you as each Day unFolds!!!

Posted by Juewan in Guyana,S/A @ 11:38 on Jan 30 2010

hey! Your songs are off da chains!!!! Just stay in the Lord and remain as sweet as u are and the Lord will continue to work out his plans and purposes in your life.KEEP IT HOTT!!!! LEVEL........peace!

Posted by ISAAC KWELEPETA in IN WARM HEART OF AFRICA(MALAWI @ 19:37 on Oct 24 2009

Shalom Mr Lynx! I don't have much to say but please, may you come with Remix of Hold me in your arms. This song really touches ma whole life. It also qualify to whom I'm. I hope God Almighty talks to me through your songs especially what I've just mentioned. Lucky to you Lynx with such talent may Jah guide you and give you all the bless.

Posted by matt in amsterdam @ 13:45 on Aug 16 2009

This is a great album! Mr. Lynx is the the best gospel-reggaeartist these days with an original sound and straight gospel lyrics.

Posted by wezzie in Malawi @ 10:24 on Jul 2 2009

I love your songs especially hold me in your arms. Its really a blessing keep it up.

Posted by Maston in Blantyre, Malawi @ 20:02 on Jun 5 2009

Glory be to God for blessing you with that wonderful talent. Ya songs are so touching and full of annointing. I would love you come to perform live in Malawi as "Papa Son" did last year during 08-08-08 with the African Enterprise Ministries @ Silver Stadium. I hope thru God's help the next album will bless us and bring more souls close to God.

Posted by Saddock Ng'ambi in Lilongwe, Malawi @ 07:54 on Jun 3 2009

I love your songs, can't wait for next album.Everymorning of my day beggins with listening to one of your track

Posted by James Chaponda in Blantyre Malawi @ 13:23 on May 21 2009

I love your songs mr lynx more especially hold me in your arms but pliz come and perfom in malawi.God bless you.

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