Panther quotes Eshon Burgundy in response to Cam Newton Super Bowl criticism
Cam Newton didn't play his best game of the year in the Super Bowl. In response to critics, a Panthers WR quoted Christian hip-hop artist Eshon Burgundy in a post-game interview.
NF talks about his next album, hit song 'I'll Keep On' and heartless critics
NF wasn’t speaking hypothetically when he said, “I got some people that write me like, ‘I wish you'd die like your momma did,’” on Marty of Social Club’s song “The One with My Friends.”
Rapzilla.com Live with Chris Chicago - Episode 10 ft. Lecrae
We give you an interview with Lecrae about his mixtape Church Clothes 3 and Rapzilla.com co-owner Chad Horton also addresses the Asaiah Ziv (fka KIDD) situation.
Exclusive Free Album: Jered Sanders - Hope Is Dope
A Rapzilla.com exclusive, 2016 Freshmen select artist Jered Sanders presents more of his signature "hope hop" music on a new free album entitled Hope Is Dope.
Christian Hip Hop's Best of 2015 Nominees
If we would’ve told you that Reach, Humble Beast and Lamp Mode would only release a combined six albums in 2015, you probably would’ve thought it’d be a slow year for Christian hip hop. It wasn’t — at all.
Watch Brea Miles’ music video for “RTQ (Return of the Queens)” featuring Mahogany Jones, Angie Rose, Heesun Lee and Mia Hunt. The song is off Brea Miles’ album ‘True Since 91’ avaialble on iTunes and other digital stores now.
Las Vegas-based rapper/producer Asaiah Ziv, who had released full-length projects Murder My Flesh and Hipsavvy: The Introduction under the stage name KIDD, released a statement through Rapzilla on Monday about why he has stopped identifying himself as a Christian.
On our 9th episode of Rapzilla.com Live with Chris Chicago, we give you the latest news with our "What's Poppin'" segment, and an interview with Collision Records recording artist Corey Paul about his album Today, Tomorrow, Forever out now.
Legendary hip-hop group Arrested Development is not known for making Christian music, but founding member and emcee, Speech, is without a doubt a believer in Christ. Now, Speech and his bandmates, are gearing up for a busy February when they drop two albums, Changing the Narrative and This Was Never Home.