Welcome to another installment of the Christ Revolution Music Radio Show, Artist to Artist interview. In this episode B.E.R.I.D.O.X. is taking us on an enlightening journey into the heart of gospel music with special guest, Jules Juda. As a songwriter, musician, and musical director, Jules brings a wealth of experience and a deep spiritual connection to his craft. Join us as we explore the harmonious blend of faith, talent, and music industry insights that define Jules’ fantastic voyage.
A Musical Prodigy’s Genesis

Growing up in the vibrant atmosphere of the West Indian church, Jules Juda was born into a family where music was not just entertainment but a way of life. His formative years were spent absorbing the rich cultural heritage and honing his skills, which later led him to the prestigious Fame school in New York. It was here that Jules’ talent began to bloom, setting the stage for future collaborations with gospel music’s elite.
The move to Los Angeles during the tumultuous COVID-19 pandemic marked a significant turn in Jules’ career and personal life. This period of change not only tested his resilience but also offered a moment to reflect on the profound impact his music has on others.
The Soul of the Sound: The Hammond B3

In their conversation, Jules revealed that the keys are his primary instrument, with a particular affinity for the Hammond B3 organ. This classic instrument is synonymous with his musical identity, so much so that he refuses alternatives, even when performing in regions where the Hammond is less revered. His dedication to the authenticity of sound is a testament to his commitment to preserving the soul of gospel music.
The Evolution of a Producer

Jules’ journey into production was a slow journey, sparked by the success of his song “On Time.” With the guidance of friends like Greg Evers, now a pastor, Jules transitioned from the analog world of real-to-reel to the digital realm, embracing tools like Pro Tools to craft his sound. His approach to drum programming, influenced by New York hip hop, favors simplicity to ensure the music and composition remain the focal points.
The Business of Beats and Belief

From a tender age, Jules knew his destiny was intertwined with music. However, it wasn’t until he received his first royalty check that the realization of music as a business dawned on him. This epiphany reshaped his approach, balancing the passion of playing for the heart with the realism required to navigate the music industry’s complexities.
Influences and Inspirations

Jules credits a diverse array of artists and producers, such as Merv Warren, Tony! Toni! Toné!, and Edwin Hawkins, for shaping his songwriting and production style. These influences have helped him forge a unique path, staying true to his originality while pushing against the grain of conventional music-making.
The Essence of a Song

When asked about what makes a song resonate, Jules emphasized the synergy between lyrics and music. Authenticity and originality are the cornerstones of his creative process, ensuring that each composition connects with the listener on a deeper level.
The Spiritual and Emotional Tapestry of Music

The discussion explored the spiritual and emotional dimensions of music, with Jules explaining the concept of being a triune being—spirit, soul, and body. He shared personal experiences of the transformative power of anointed music and the importance of aligning with the spirit in musical expression.
The State of the Music Industry

Jules also expressed concern over the current state of the music industry, where overprocessing and devaluation have become rampant. He advocates for a renaissance of meaningful music that can leave a lasting impact, despite the challenges of cultural innovation and market saturation.
Crafting a Timeless Legacy

Looking ahead, Jules Juda is focused on his upcoming album and the meticulous planning required to build a lasting brand. He understands the significance of creating music that transcends generations and the careful strategy needed to release his work effectively.
The conversation also highlighted Jules’ online presence and his history with Juda Camp, whose performances at events like Mega Fest and Bobby Jones have left unforgettable marks on the gospel music scene.
Wrapping Up

I encourage you, to support Jules’ music and join us in celebrating the profound connection between faith and melody that his work embodies. Let’s continue to champion artists like Jules, who remind us of the beauty and depth that music, when rooted in authenticity and spirit, can bring to our lives.
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The Christ Revolution Music Radio Show (00:00:19) The hosts set the stage for the show, introducing the theme of the revolution for Christ.
Interview with Jules Judah (00:00:42) The hosts introduce Jules Juda and prepare for an artist-to-artist interview.
Jules Juda’s Background and Musical Journey (00:01:11) Jules Juda shares his background, experiences, and journey in the music industry, from being a musician to a songwriter and musical director.
Early Musical Influences and Instruments (00:04:24) Jules discusses his upbringing, musical influences, and the instruments he learned to play, guided by his father’s example.
Writing “Calling My Name” and Personal Reflection (00:06:41) Jules reflects on writing the song “Calling My Name” at 16 and the personal significance and gratitude behind its creation.
Attending the Fame School and Desensitization to Celebrity (00:10:46) Jules talks about attending the Fame School and how it desensitized him to the celebrity and fame of the music industry.
Advantages of Growing Up in New York (00:15:01) Jules discusses the advantages of growing up in New York and the access it provided to the music industry.
Geographical Transitions and Living in LA (00:17:39) Jules shares his experience of living in different places, including his transition to living in LA during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Keys and Organ (00:19:00) Jules discusses his primary instruments, focusing on keys and the Hammond B3 organ, and their significance in his music.
Producer Mode (00:20:35) Jules shares his journey into producing, from working with friends to learning to program MPC, and his disdain towards complex drumming in gospel music.
Transition to Business (00:26:12) Jules reflects on his transition from wanting to be a musician to realizing the music industry is a business, leading to a change in perspective.
Simplicity in Production (00:24:23) Jules expresses his preference for simplicity in music production, citing influences and his approach to creating unique sounds.
Influence in Songwriting (00:30:38) Jules discusses influences in songwriting, referencing various artists and their impact on his creative process.
Musical Philosophy (00:34:11) Jules shares his musical philosophy, emphasizing simplicity and authenticity in music creation, and the influence of mentors like Merv Warren.
Musical Collaboration (00:36:51) Jules discusses the importance of originality and connection in musical collaborations, highlighting the unique vibe of working with certain artists.
The triune being (00:37:45) Discussion of the concept of triune beings and how it influences one’s consciousness and presentation.
Authenticity in music (00:38:54) Exploring the impact of authenticity in music performances and how it resonates with the audience.
The anointing in music (00:40:58) Understanding the transcendent power of anointing in music and its supernatural impact on listeners.
Challenges in church music (00:41:20) Discussing the constraints and challenges faced in delivering authentic music in a church setting.
The value of music (00:44:53) Reflecting on the diminishing value of music in today’s culture and the need to reintroduce its importance.
Cultural innovation in music (00:46:09) Exploring the impact of cultural innovation in music and the changing dynamics of the music industry.
Personal journey and growth (00:49:39) Reflecting on the personal journey of spiritual growth and the ongoing process of drawing closer to God.
Present projects and challenges (00:53:04) Discussing current projects, challenges, and the evolving landscape of the music industry.
Remixing and reinventing music (00:55:29) Exploring the motivation behind remixing a song and the creative process behind reinventing music for live performances.
Jules Juda’s Remix with Collaborators (00:56:45) Jules Juda discusses his collaboration with various artists and the upcoming remix album.
Future Plans and Strategy (00:57:26) Discussion on Jules Juda’s future plans, including the completion of a full album and marketing strategies.
Longevity of Music and Legacy Acts (00:59:32) The conversation shifts to the importance of creating timeless music and the potential impact on an artist’s legacy.
Online Presence and Rebranding (01:00:19) Jules Juda shares his online presence and the rebranding of his music group, Judah Camp.
History and Achievements of Judah Camp (01:01:47) Jules Juda discusses the history and achievements of Juda Camp, including their experiences at events like Mega Fest.
Appreciation and Farewell (01:03:26) The hosts express their appreciation for Jules Juda and sign off from the Christ Revolution Music Radio Show.

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