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Soul Food Cookin’ Bishop Becomes Black Santa in New Music Video

Bishop Frederick Barr, the colorful Nashville pastor and owner of Barr’s Music City Soul Food, has left the pulpit and the kitchen long enough to spend some time at the North Pole. Yes, the rapping preacher and his real-life wife, Dr. Erica Barr, have dropped a holiday video, “Black Santa.” The humorous video features Christian Hip Hop star Derek Minor (best-known for songs such as “Ready Set Go” and “Change the World”) who produced and makes a guest appearance on the track and in the video. Viewing link:

“I wanted to write and sing a song that spoke directly to my beliefs and experiences of Christmas in my community,” says Barr. “It’s important for me to be able to identify with one of the most important events of all time. Our Savior coming into the world to save all mankind and the celebration of his birth. Thereby I relish the opportunity to celebrate all cultures as well as mine as we join in with Black Santa.” Listening link:

A native of Pontiac, MI, Barr has been preaching since the age of twelve. He is the founding pastor of the LIFE Church which has campuses in Nashville, Los Angeles and Pontiac. For a dozen years, he’s also owned a successful mobile hot dog stand. Earlier this year, he opened Barr’s Music City Soul Food which has quickly become the in-demand eating spot in Nashville. Barr is making a name for himself with his novelty songs such as 2015’s viral hit “$2 Dollar Hot Dog $1 Dollar Water” and “Paper” which made the rounds in 2019.

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