Interview with Cali boys ‘Keno Camp’


New York (NYC)- Keno Camp is a young group from Los Angeles, CA that have been making some noise in Christian Hip Hop. Kingdom Time Media had a chance to catch up with the group and ask them a few questions.

KT: How did Keno Camp come about and what does ‘Keno’ mean?

KENO: The core members of the group include Mario “Escort” Herrera, Gabriel “GABE” Taylor, and Terrell “T” Sales. These men of God have found spiritual commonality through what is known as Kenosis, a Greek term that means to be emptied. When asked the purpose of the group, Mario states, “The reason we chose the name Keno Camp, is because we are a group of believers fixated on empting ourselves to be used by God.” Keno Camp’s philosophy is adapted from the book of Philippians 2:7. Their life’s purpose is not to be exalted, but rather to be humbled, as bond-slaves, in order to devote their lives to the service of others, modeling their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

KT: Compton is known worldwide for its deep seated gang culture. How is the gang culture these days and how is Keno Camp trying to impact it?

KENO: We speak through our music. Honestly if you want to know about how the gang culture has impacted us, listen to “I Ain’t the One” or “Still Me”. Those tracks really paint a true picture on how the gang culture has affected our lives personally. Terrell and Escort aren’t from Compton, but there’s a hood everywhere and that truth has impacted the outcome of their lives as well.

KT: It’s a known fact that being in a music group can be challenging. How do you guys stay focused on the overall vision and stay unified?

KENO: Staying grounded in our word and each other’s lives. Life on life is what really keeps us grounded. Making sure our music is top notch and constantly challenging each other to be better, not jut on verses, but in life. Because we were always upfront with each other when it comes to our lives, it makes it even easier to confront each other in the booth cause we already do it in real life.

KT: What has the response been to your recently released ‘Riot’ album?

KENO: For the most part we have been getting a lot of good responses, especially for “Obey.” It’s just something about that song that everybody loves, young, old, black, white, it doesn’t matter. That can be true for the entire album as well. We literally get comments from all over the world from people telling us how our music is unlike anything they have heard before. We just give all glory to God and thank Him for the gifts that He blessed us with. Its cool how we get to bless others.

KT: We were blessed to see you guys perform at the 2013 Kingdom Choice Awards in New York City last year. What was it like for you guys being in the NYC for the first time?

KENO: Man it was one of, if not the best, experiences of our lives. Being in one room with so many great CHH artist connecting and make new lifelong friends, It truly opened our eyes to realities of what this music can do. It showed us how big CHH is and how impactful good CHH can be to listeners. It was absolutely crazy going to New York. The city is crazy, nothing like Cali, but it was bananas. I think the overall experience was life changing. It really opened up our eyes to the magnitude of not just our music, but CHH as a movement. Rocking the stage in New York and having the crowd respond so positively to our music, I think that was the highlight of the trip. All of our hard work was validated at that moment. New York ain’t no joke, you can feel Hip Hop in the air.

KT: Are there any other cities on your calendar for the new year?

KENO: We have upcoming shows in Oakland, Philly, Ohio, Oregon and a couple more we have to lock in.

KT: List your top 5 CHH artists
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Odd Thomas

KENO: List 3 artists/groups you would like to collab with?

KT: What’s next for Keno Camp?

KENO: In the next 3 months we’ll be rocking stages with Braille, Sevin, D-Maub, K Drama, J Givens, Young Noah, Social Club and we’ll also be apart of the Southern Lights Tour out here in Cali with Alex Faith and Dre Murray

Check out Keno Camp’s music video for the smash single ‘OBEY’

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LECRAE Checks his critics!


Since Lecrae’s rise to fame and fortune, not only as his fan base grown but his critics have too. Lecrae recently posted this statement on his facebook fan page and all I could do in response was repost with a resounding #SMH.


‘Am I in the illuminati? Selling out? Using the church for financial gain? Unfortunately this dominating some people’s time. All the while that child above in Haiti REALLY should be dominating our prayers. All the circumstances in North Korea, abortion, sex trafficking, unregenerate souls across the globe and the motives of a musician are a big topic? Kinda disappointed to hear that. I’m Too focused on real issues, real life to worry about speculation. I don’t even get bothered anymore by the slander and gossip. What am sposed to say? They’re lying? They don’t know me? So people can say “he’s lying trying to cover it up!” Meh. Seen this before. The Son of man came eating and drinking and…you know the rest. I just want us focusing on what REALLY matters and it’s not speculating about whether I’m in a secret society. (I am a member at the local library though) I know everyone isn’t worried about that or me for that matter. Some people could care less. I’m posting this KNOWING there will 86546774466 ugly responses, debaters, and social media police attacks. (Can’t wait to not read them) but it’s all good. I love Jesus and some people don’t want that to be true. Sorry to disappoint you. Now if YOU love Jesus…you got work to do out there and it ain’t speculating about the sincerity of your brothers and sisters. To all the supporters I LOVE AND APPRECIATE YOU! More than you know! Your posts, letters of encouragement, and stories have gotten me thru many a hard time and literally have CHANGED MY LIFE. IM a lil choked up writing that. 11Six for life!’

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Reggae Gospel artist ‘St.Matthew’ Feeding The Poor.

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New York (NY) – Kingdom Time Ministries is joining forces with reggae recording artist St Matthew and the Readyback team in a love driven effort to feed and clothe some of the homeless in Kingston Jamaica. The Downtown Kingston section of Jamaica is one of the most impoverished places in the world. Desperation and poverty is one of the main reasons why Kingston Jamaica has the third highest murder rate in the world.
Kingdom Time CEO Marcus Hall said “Anyone who knows me knows I’ve always had a heart for outreach. After watching one of St Matthews food drive videos I was moved to join forces with him in his efforts. Being homeless in the United States and being homeless in Kingston Jamaica is two totally different situations. The Jamaican government have very little resources to help the poor and many of them are left to fend for themselves“.

St.Matthew is reaching out to those who have a giving heart, to be a blessing to this effort by making a donation. The donation deadline is March 28th 2014. The ‘Love Seed’ mission is scheduled for March 2014 and Marcus Hall will be heading to Jamaica to partake in the ground work with the Readyback team. We appreciate all the help we can get and we know God will bless all who sow into this mission.

God bless.

Donations can also be made via paypal to (

Check out this “Food Drive” docu-promo showing St.Matthew feeding the homeless on Christmas Day

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