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.
Lecrae songs played in Louisville strip club
As Lecrae’s fourth studio album Rehab blared through a Louisville strip club, a bouncer told Rachelle Starr that he heard the Christian rapper, whose music she had just introduced him to, curse.
“No, I can assure you,” Starr laughed, “there’s no cussing in the album.”
When your pastor says your album needs work: Ruslan’s ‘Do For One’ forged from failure
There is no better way to start a conversation with an artist whose album drops soon than to tell them they didn't reach their potential on it.
In the world of Christian hip hop, 2012 shall forever be known as the year of Lecrae. As well it should; in quick succession, the Reach Records general dropped the most important mixtape and album in the subgenre’s history, rewriting the rulebook on God-fearing emcees’ relationship with the secular music game and blazing a path his peers could follow to mainstream acceptance and cultural influence.
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