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You would hardly know it from the indie-sized shoot, but Lecrae is a superstar -- in Christian music, at least. His last album, Gravity, debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200, sold nearly 300,000 copies (according to Nielsen SoundScan) and won a Grammy for best gospel album in January. He also counts professional athletes -- dozens of them, from Tim Tebow to Andrew McCutchen -- among his fans.
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Today, famous radio talk show The Breakfast Club interviewed their "most requested artist" Lecrae on topics such as why Christian Hip Hop, living up to the Christian artist standard, performing for secular crowds and collaborating with secular artists, and many other interesting topics. The Anomaly artist also shares about past molestation adressed in "Good, Bad, Ugly," and oddly enough Charlamagne, who is deemed the overly sexual host, opens up about his relatable experience.
Check out the interview and share your thoughts in the comments.