Trip Lee perseveres through disease for the sake of servanthood
Trip Lee and his two-year-old son Q manned the door, greeting churchgoers who exited the sanctuary following this Sunday morning’s worship service — about 10 hours before his fifth album Rise released.
Skrip Reveals New Album 'Renegades Never Die'
Skrip, the first artist to sign to Infiltrate Music is the last to release a retail project on the label. With production duties on his free full length project Und_rscore II, label mate KIDD's Murder My Flesh, Andy Mineo's "Cocky" and more - Skrip kept delaying his first release on Infiltrate. The wait is over - sort of.
How Lecrae’s Discipleship Impacted Canon
“I was like a literal shadow of Lecrae,” Canon told Rapzilla. “Wherever he went, I went.”
Eleven years ago, 14-year-old Aaron McCain met Lecrae at The House, a hip-hop church in Chicago led by Pastor Phil Jackson. McCain, who later adopted the stage name Canon, showed potential as a rapper and a man of God early in life.
Video: HillaryJane - Wild Side
HillaryJane matches a visual to her single "Wild Side" - a song about being confident in being truly different. Wild Side is from HillaryJane's debut EP Stix and Stones which released this summer and peaked at #3 on the iTunes R&B charts.
Video: Trip Lee - Shweet
Trip Lee's highly anticipated fifth studio album, Rise, is now available! Watch the new video directed by Ry and Drew Cox.
On July 5, 2011 Wit & Dre Murray will unveil the follow up to their project, Hell's Paradise. This time around the duo has decided to do things a little differently. Instead of dropping a traditional, album-length Hell's Paradise project, they have decided to release a new project each month until 2012.
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"I got some tragic news today. Real manhood has died they say. But you can wipe your tears away. A revolution is formed; another will be born!"
There's an ongoing war within urban culture. Confusion over what manhood is has plagued our cities, families and lives. The concept of a biblical man has been lost in our generation. Unfortunately, many churches struggle to provide its urban members, much less those beyond their walls, with a tangible definition of a real man.
In partnership with ReachLife Ministries and Reach Records, Man Up is a new campaign, calling men in the hip-hop culture to true biblical manhood–summed up by leading courageously, rejecting passivity, accepting responsibility and pursuing humility, through repentance and faith in Christ.
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