Watch My Christian Hip-hop Video – “That’s All” Here

Watch My Christian Hip-hop Video – “That’s All” Here


Mcpotar ‘s That’s All was Directed by Dir Quence and shot in Inyanga, Zimbabwe. This Christian Rap video talks about a struggling Christian who is trying hard not to back-slide or fall into temptation.

The song addresses a Christian who has a Bible but because of the way he has been living doesn’t even know how to begin reading from it. He talks about his sinful life and his drifting away from Church even though he has not gone as deep as drug abuse or alcoholism. His life is filled with guilt and his heart with hurt.

The hook mentions that he feels that he needs Jesus Christ to intervene. Watch and share, buy the song on i-Tunes.


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