"You Don't Hear Me" is a solo debut from Mr.Uhateme of the Prodigal Soldiers Ministries crew! The song was inspired by God and one of Mr.Uhateme's favorite evangelists, Apostle Marvin T. Boyd who would use the phrase as he preached to the congregation. “God told me to keep the song simple and very plain so that everyone not only understands, but relates to the powerful message,” says Mr.Uhateme. The song was designed to reach the saved as well as the unsaved and locate where they are in their faith and their lives in general. The song also highlights and asks about what’s your purpose behind your ministry or your gifts of doing music. Secular rappers and singers are seeking crowns and earthly possessions that they can't take with them when they die. Christian artists are walking very thin lines of compromise by trying to build their brands for more exposure and record sales.
They are willing to take any type of deal or performance to push their names instead of pushing the uncompromised gospel of Jesus to the masses to not only see souls saved and delivered, but also to be an example of living holy lives. The song also has an antidote for dealing with hate and haters. The message will stir up hate because it touches areas of our flesh. Jesus was very adamant about not being lukewarm. Either we're all in for HIM or not! This song is written in a comedic, but very serious format to draw us all to a closer relationship with our Lord and to stand up for Him with boldness! Mr. Uhateme states, “Please hear me. These are the very last hours. Christians, we must stand up and stand out! The things that I see going on in the church make me understand when Jesus whipped those of greed and profit out of the temple and rebuked them (Matthew 21:13). People in this world are hurting because of dysfunctions in the church and our government, so it’s my personal duty to spread love, grace, and most of all the mercy of God to everyone that will receive it. I pray you hear me!”