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Many movies that are indie are rising to the top soley based on the executives wisdom to manage budgets. Picture Perfect Ministry Films and CitySide Records have released their 1st movie trailer for the upcoming 2017 ” God Mafe The Movie “
Kevin Hart and other indie film makers have took heed from Tyler Perry by keeping overhead low so profibility can be high. Well the Co-CEO king Stevian has put the order out to release the 1st trailer to his ministry’s 1st long official low budgeted movie. For those that been under a rock for 3 years, God Made The Movie is the movie biopic that was to be released with the 2013 God Made CD but wasn’t. The CD currently values at $36 to $50 on Amazon since the movie is close to release. Kind of like the stock market going up on good news. The movie is a visual diary of the first compilation Christian Rap Album of CitySide Music Ministries to show that different artist can work together. But sorrowly that didn’t happen in the end.
The album was succesful but the point was proven that different hands in a pot or group does not work out very well. There was much drama that went on and this will be narrated by king Stevian to tell it all. Well we can’t give out the things that happened in detail but we do know there was much fun while shooting the footage.
In the pic above and in the video preview trailer below D.J. Stevie Tee has fun D.J.’ing for a church in Wakulla Florida. The event was a community event to raise funds but there is a simple issue that bothered D.J. Stevie Tee. As we who reads God’s word know that Jesus turned over tables for selling in the church house. Well in this scene which it didn’t show the actual dancing…but there was a dance inside the church and it wasn’ty fully church music. Only the songs from the God Made album. This bugged the D.J. Stevie Tee as he states that it felt like the sellers in the house of God that sold goods. He also stated that it felt like being in the middle of good and bad since it was being done for a good cause but it was the secular music that made him feel guilty. D.J. Stevie Tee said he repented and vowed not to do anything like that again inside any church wall regardless of what the event might be. Now that he has turned from his wicked or kinda wicked way lets watch and listen to the 1st (God Made The Movie) Trailer below.
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