Minister Taf drops ‘Bam Bam’ – one of Gospel’s only diss tracks

While diss tracks may be very common in Dancehall (and Urban music in general), it’s not something you hear every day on the Gospel scene. Yet, Minister Taf has recently done just that in his latest drop, ‘Bam Bam’.

Don’t worry! He’s not taken up the mic to tear another person down in the same way diss tracks may do in secular urban music. This diss track is targeted at satan. Proclaiming the victory he has in Jesus, Minister Taf has boldly used this track to tear down the enemy, calling him a “likkle wasteman”.

Even the title ‘Bam Bam’ refers to gunshot sounds he uses to “fire ‘pon the boy named satan”. He also praises God for the strength he has in Him. Check it out now and you will no doubt also be fired up to proclaim your victory against the devil!

This single is part of his upcoming album, “Different” which releases on 30th June. You can pre-save the album HERE.

Minister Taf is a gospel artist born and raised in Jamaica, and now resides in the UK. He entered the music scene in 2012, prior to that having pursued a career as a football player. Throughout his career he has always aimed to empower people through his music. His upcoming album will be his fourth album release, he has also featured with various UK Gospel artists including recently ‘Champion’ by Ni-Cola, and has been played on both gospel and mainstream stations such as Premier Gospel, BBC Radio 1 and Kiss FM. Connect with Minister Taf on Facebook Twitter Instagram