Reconcile: Showing gangsters how to live like Jesus
Rapzilla recently filmed a mini-documentary in Third Ward, Houston, where hip-hop artist Ronnie "Reconcile" Lillard has heavily invested in a "missional community" with fellow rapper Corey Paul the church Resurrection Houston over the years.
JuiceBanger$ of COBRA to produce complete 'Freshmen 2016' LP
Rapzilla is thrilled to announce that JuiceBanger$, the newest member of COBRA Music Group, will produce each track on our Freshmen 2016 album, a compilation of songs by members of our 2016 Freshman class.
Andy Mineo, Trip Lee & more to appear at Legacy 2016
Many familiar faces — including Andy Mineo, Trip Lee, Thabiti Anyabwile, Jackie Hill Perry, Propaganda and Thi'sl — will minister at the 10th anniversary of Legacy Conference this summer in Chicago.
Christian Hip-Hop Responds to Mainstream Music's New Gospel
A few weeks ago we posted an article that addressed the growing trend of mainstream music’s fixation of doing “gospel music.” This time around, we asked a set of questions to a mixed bag of artists within Christian hip-hop to gauge their thoughts on the topic.
On our 21st episode of Rapzilla.com Live with Chris Chicago, we give you the latest news with our "What's Poppin'" segment and an interview with Dee-1 about the viral success of his song "Sallie Mae Back" and more.
Mobo Award, Dove Award & Stellar award nominated artist JayEss is set to release his new album 7even on May 24th. Download a single from the London rapper's upcoming project, "Going In" featuring Rell Riley.
In the aftermath of the DC Talk reunion cruise announcement, this Throwback Thursday takes us back to 2010 when Michael Tait, now of the Newsboys, teamed up with KJ-52 to recreate “Jesus Freak” for a whole new generation of fans.
Last week we reported that DC Talk (TobyMac, Kevin Max, and Michael Tait) had a HUGE announcement set for May 11th. Well, today is May 11th and the results of that announcement have not been received well at all.
Nerdcore group JustHis League has created a song about two-time and current WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day called "#NewDayRocks". The track is part of their Free Comic Book Day project, which dropped for free for the annual event by the same name on May 7.