From April 3rd through the 4th, the MLK 50 Conference was held in Memphis, TN to remember the anniversary of Rev. King's passing. The speakers at the event were there to speak on racial unity within America and the church.
The Village released this song to honor the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s death. It proclaims his message of racial justice and harmony and reminds us of the gospel call to push back the darkness and pursue love and unity. The song was performed at this year’s MLK50 Conference in Memphis, Tennessee.
Hip-Hop artist Lawren had a powerful spoken word ready to go for Good Friday and Easter. Even though this post is late, the words still resonate true, "they call it good Friday but come Sunday, there was NO BODY."
Over the past 10 to 15 years, artists of different styles and messages have risen up and stamped their influence on Christian Hip-Hop. There are a bunch of artists that deserve recognition for their work and talents, but these diverse 15 are a sample of those that went above and beyond to become notable influences. These artists are ones that every fan should take their time to listen to and be knowledgeable about their contributions to Christian music.
Hip-Hop artist Ty Brasel released his IV Against V debut project Destined For Greatness ( Side A) today. It features seven tracks and no features and includes singles "Praying Hands" and "Phoenix in Exile."