Video Interview: KB shares story behind suicide song 'Calling You'
"Calling You," track No. 9 of KB's album that released this week, Tomorrow We Live, tells the story of a suicide, and the Reach Records artist told Rapzilla.com in Trinidad about the real events that inspired the song.
Video: 'Southern Lights: Overexposed' visual album
Collision Records has released the first visual album in Christian hip hop history for Alex Faith and Dre Murray's upcoming album Southern Lights: Overexposed.
Video: Canon performs for first time since 40-foot fall
On one leg, Canon performed in Trinidad this weekend for the first time since he fell 40 feet and suffered a shattered ankle, broken jaw and concussion.
Review: KB - Tomorrow We Live
Whereas the artist we encountered on Weight & Glory was confident, cocksure and comfortable in his lane, Tomorrow We Live’s KB has more to prove.
After seeing over 11,000 young people make professions of faith between 2004 - 2007 yet seeing no meaningful fruit when he returned to the same city the following year, Michigan emcee Jerome began seeking answers to a question burning DEEP within himself. During that
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Nowadays, it’s hard to imagine life without iPods and CD's talk less of a day spent without Facebook and Twitter and other social mediums, the basic tools many artists in this day and age use to aid in their pursuit of conveying the message within their music. Such means were non-existent back in the 90's, the era that UK Christian Hip Hop burst onto the scene. With founding fathers such as Paul Servier (better known as DJ Royal Priest), Gifted, Blessed Man and a group named MOD and End Dayz, who later went on to release the UK’s first Christian Hip Hop Album.