PTtheGospelspitter is back with his film, S.f.T.K. (Service for The King), which (let’s be real) is a music video for his Christian rap single of the same name. PT (Ashante P.T. Stokes) finds himself in court on charges of service to the King — in other words, on trial for his faith. His lawyer (Angelo Diaz) tells him he better start praying, but the D.A. (Gemma Mcilhenny) wants to take him down, and the judge (Aulsondro “emcee N.I.C.E.” Hamilton) is not so nice.
“…finds himself in court on charges of service to the King — in other words, on trial for his faith.”
As the judge enters the room, PT performs S.f.T.K. about being resilient in his faith during a time of social injustice. PT invokes images of George Floyd and Derek Chauvin, amongst others. As PT sings, only the District Attorney sees him.
In my formative years as a new Christian, I’ve seen my fair share of Christian music videos, and S.f.T.K. pretty much stands tall in that category. Director Ray Knowledge and PT adeptly shift from comedic drama and music video to tell a fun story featuring verses from emcee N.I.C.E. and Josh “JNibbs” Niblick.
For more information, visit the S.f.T.K. (Stand for The King) official website.