Interviews

Sean C. Johnson is one of the most versatile Christian artists out there. He has the unique ability to weave in and out of hip-hop, pop, and soulful R&B. He's also been known to lend his voice to some awesome hooks over the years, but Johnson is looking to move past that and create inspirational art completely on his own.
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“I remember being on tour a few years ago and sitting in a hotel room having a conversation with a pretty prominent CHH rapper. I don't remember exactly what the topic was but at some point, I said ‘God must want me to be successful with this music thing because he already opened up so many doors for me’,” said Dru Bex to Rapzilla.
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Calling hip-hop trio AMP simply a "rap group" would do their musical fusion pop, synth, rap, and worship a disservice. Consisting of Sam, J. Han, and CL, AMP took some time to answers question about their music, ministry, and being a representation for Asians making music for Christ.
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In the last couple of years, race has come to the forefront of many discussions, and Christian hip-hop is no exception. The topics of black and white tensions have become themes of albums and singles, sparking reaction and arguments from people of all walks. However, one group has been notably silent – those who are neither. Their issues aren’t so “black and white.”
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Konata Small was just named as Reflection Music Group’s first signee to their new imprint RMG Amplify. Known for his time with Rhema Soul as K-Nuff, Konata spoke about his name change, friendship with GAWVI, and how an IHOP breakfast with Marty of Social Club Misfits changed his Marty's life.
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“Life is a journey, it’s not a destination. Our detours make us who we are. God has a way of using our detours. Unplanned events, God has a way of making them for Him,” – Marty of Social Club.

In the adventure of life, it’s our misadventures that make us who we are. For Martin Santiago and Fernando Miranda, this has never been as clear as it is now.
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20 years at one job is a long time. Many years doing things with the same pattern and routine has an unshakable comfortability to it that makes you dread change. Now, what if someone told you, “Your way” isn’t the way anymore? What if they said, “You’re too old” or “Not relevant”? Well, this is exactly what happened to longtime Christian emcee KJ-52.
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