Alex “Customary” Post thinks non-Christians should feel welcome in church.
Those around him, though, often feel more judged than loved.
Here’s an excerpt of Rapzilla’s interview Customary about the album he released on August 5th.
Video Premiere: Manafest - Edge of My Life
When I wrote the song “Edge of My Life” I was picturing families or that person who is struggling just to survive or make ends meat as the saying goes. I’ve experienced those moments in my life where I felt like I was on the edge of quitting or just in a hard place. 1 Timothy 6:12 tells us to...
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Thi’sl and his pastor Kenny Petty identify with the frustration in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson by protesters who demand justice for Michael Brown.
Social Club - Benjamin Trillington
They first brought you "Chocolate Bobka", now Beat Politicians producer D-Flow and Social Club hit you with a new, nasty, bass heavy single, "Benjamin Trillington".
Humble Beast has been planning it for months and today are proud to announce the newest members to the Humble Beast family... hailing from Chicago, IL - a 4 piece hip-hop band named Alert. This announcement doesn't come empty handed either - today we present you their newest music video for the song "All I See Is Red", as well as a free mp3 download of the song. The song is part of a full EP titled "Red Opus 45" that Humble Beast will be giving away next month. The first single "Red" is a perfect introduction to Alert. The rhymes from lead vocalist Boogalu are potent, the band captures the mood brilliantly and the final product is something Humble Beast are genuinely excited to share.
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After a brief hiatus from the hip-hop spotlight, Man of War returns with his own label, War Records. He spent the last few years touring, recording and finding new talent that's ready to impact urban listenership.
"They are humble, God-fearing artists," Man of War says. "It's unrestricted Christian music with a rugged line. God is woven into the lyrics."
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