This Wednesday at 7PM EST, join us LIVE with Andy Mineo
as we discuss what he's been up to since releasing the highest selling Christian Hip Hop album of the year, discuss his recently released "Stop the Traffic
" title song from the upcoming King Kulture album
, and more! Also, tune in for a big announcement!
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Doing drugs and partying in “Sin City” was a major part of this kid’s life, but at a young age he gave it up for Christ. Infiltrate Music’s newest artist KIDD shares his testimony and some never before released songs from his upcoming debut album 'Murder My Flesh
', available September 3, 2013.
When discussing a topic so contentious and debatable, it's important to establish ground rules and criteria. While others will focus on other more recognizable songs to be included in this compilation, this article aims to point out the most "inﬂuential" for the artist, label and the Christian Hip Hop movement as a whole, NOT best. Because of this criteria, many of the newer offerings have been left off this list, as it is difﬁcult to determine a classic if enough time has not elapsed to prove its credentials. Also, these songs are in no particular order. With that being said, let's get into it.
Recently appointed executive director of Reach Life Ministries Damon Horton and Reach Records artist Trip Lee
discuss the history and hopes for ReachLife Ministries, its relationship with the local church and Trip's transition into local church ministry.
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Featuring Andy Mineo
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's Album Release. Also appearing: Speak Life and Yaves
Saturday, September 28th
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On the heels of his 'Apply Pressure' album, the lyrical phenom R-Swift
sits down with Steve Patton to discuss his album, the return of lyricism, his transition from Cross Movement
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Words carry a ton of meaning and rap music makes room for a ton of words. That means whether right, wrong, or indifferent, rap is unique in its ability to convey a message.
Over the years hip hop has gotten a bad rap (pun absolutely intended) because its lyrics so consistently boast in things like violence, materialism, drug use, and misogyny.
But that’s not the only message hip hop conveys. Artists like Sho Baraka
and others have powerfully proven this. Hip hop submitted to Christ can be a really effective conduit for our message of hope, salvation, rebuke, and education.
Maybe more than any other 60-year-old Caucasian, midwestern pastor, God has used John Piper to shape and influence this kind of hip hop. If you haven’t tasted Reformed theology and Christian Hedonism with a little boom bap or over some hard hitting 808’s, here’s a theological EP.
Collision Records recording artist Alex Faith talks about his upcoming debut album, the sound to expect and the process of working on it now, also plans of a second WLAK album, and his influences as an artist. He also gives a few words of respect to our platform here at Rapzilla.com for our ten year anniversary.
In 2007 Diana Mao traveled to Cambodia for a micro-finance research fellowship and met young girls that were exploited and were vulnerable to sex-trafficking. The stories of the girls compelled her to want to take action. Shortly after she returned to New York City, Diana met Alissa Moore, who had recently returned from a social justice conference where she learned about human trafficking for the first time. Together they took a trip to Cambodia to explore ways they could develop products that would create job opportunities for women at risk and survivors of human trafficking. Nomi Network began with a simple embrace.
He is a Christian who freely uses the n-word, gets extremely personal with his lyrics, and wrote a sex-song dedicated to his wife. Listen to KamBINO
’s testimony and find out why he chose to make his latest album, “InDependence”, heavily loaded with mature content.