Expiration Date

Expiration Date by Illijam
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For fans of:Trip-Lee, J. Cole, Andy Mineo, Kid Ink, Drake
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  1. Hyphen [Prod. Jungle Hype].mp3
  2. Collapse (Feat. Kathryn Miller) [Prod. Jungle Hype].mp3
  3. Nothing Better [Prod. Jungle Hype].mp3
  4. I Think I (Feat. Milan Credle) [Prod. Diamond Style].mp3
  5. Before the Throne (Feat. All to Thee) [Prod. Jungle Hype].mp3
  6. New Man [Prod. Jungle Hype].mp3
  7. Rain Check [Prod. Jungle Hype] 1.mp3
  8. Count It Loss (feat. Jck.) [Prod. D-Flow].mp3
  9. Glad You're Mine [Prod Jungle Hype]
  10. Fallen Out (Feat. Aaron Westafer) [Prod. Jungle Hype].mp3
  11. Solid Rock (Feat. Jck.) [Prod. Jungle Hype] 1.mp3
  12. No More [Prod. Diamond Styles] [Ext. Jungle Hype].mp3
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It's been said "Time" is the ultimate non-renewable resource. Everyone is allotted a finite number of seconds to draw breath, the timer initiated at birth and desisting at death.

Just as life itself will one day expire, everything within life, whether enjoyable or burdensome, carries an intermediate expiration date: tenures in school and at jobs, periods of security and wealth, physical beauty, athletic prowess, health, childhood, parenthood, relationships, epochs of religious freedom, wars, national peacetime, nations, etc.

How then does one make the most of the time one has? What pursuits are truly worthwhile? How does one conduct oneself meaningfully in a transient world?

The answer begins to come into focus upon realizing this truth: Not everything is bound to slavery under time. Some things will last forever.

God. His Word. Heaven. Hell. Human souls. There are others.

It then remains for all to seek to wholeheartedly know and treasure God, be saved from this crumbling world by Jesus Christ, and champion matters of eternal significance by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Are you living for something with an expiration date, or without one? Many things will pass; few will last.

Time's ticking.


Hyphen [Prod. Jungle Hype]

Collapse Ft. Kathryn Miller [Prod. Jungle Hype]

Nothing Better [Prod. Jungle Hype]

I Think I Ft. Milan Credle [Prod. Diamond Style]

Before the Throne Ft. All to Thee [Prod. Jungle Hype]

Scream Vocals by Josh Maner of All to Thee

Electric Guitar by Ryan Fabian of All to Thee

New Man [Prod. Jungle Hype]

Rain Check [Prod. Jungle Hype]

Count It Loss Ft. Jck. [Prod. D-Flow]

Glad You're Mine [Prod. Jungle Hype]

Fallen Out Ft. Aaron Westafar [Prod. Jungle Hype]

Solid Rock Ft. Jck. [Prod. Jungle Hype]

No More [Prod. Diamond Style]

Executive Producers Benjamin William Walters and Erik James Castillo Kingsley

Recorded at Count It Loss Studios

Engineered by Erik James Castillo Kingsley

Project Concept by Illijam

Lyrics by Illijam and featured artists

Art Direction by Jodie Walton III of T38 Creations

Instagram/twitter: @illijam

Hip-Hop/RapHip Hop
For fans of:Trip-Lee, J. Cole, Andy Mineo, Kid Ink, Drake
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