DJ Anomally is readying the release of his new EP entitled Dreamteam for August 23rd. The South Carolina native dropped the first single for the project called "Power To His People" featuring Govenor Reiss, Dee-1 & Gifted.
Sean C. Johnson released Part 4 of his #RaceTheSun series singles. A press release said, "'Uno' picks up where Part 3: "Angels" left off and lets listeners know that there is only ONE true God who is often imitated, but never duplicated."
Alabama rapper Star released a remix of his single "Widow", featuring Collision Records artist Alex Faith and Brian Cook. The original version of this song comes from Star's United We Fall EP released last year.
Multifaceted artist from Chicago, leo the artist, released his latest self-produced song called "Rainman". The single's cover artwork is designed by leo (photo by Jordan Carter) and the track is also mixed by him.
Listen to A.O.N's new single "Catch a Break" featuring Tone Spain & Dubby. The track is from A.O.N's upcoming album Though The Heavens Fall, available for pre-order on ITunes on July 22 and releasing August 12 from Anamorphic Music.
Check out Andrew Restrepo latest single titled "Overcome." With lyrics such as "We will rise above through Your precious Son. We have overcome," he want to remind listeners of the victory to overcome found through Christ.
Check out the latest single from Enkourage titled "It Won't Be Long." He says that he'd like to dedicate this song to,"my brothers and sisters out there who are working hard everyday at being the best they can be. I know it might seem as if no one is out there with you, but hold fast and stay strong because your not alone. Immanuel (God is with us)."
Check out the latest single from Jordan Copas titled "UN>LIKELY." The concept for UN>LIKELY from 1 Corinthians chapter 1 where God shows that He can use the weak and foolish people of this world to nullify the proud. Jordan Copas says he's, "an Unlikely man with an Unlikely story. on an Unlikely mission to make the most Unlikely Savior known to all."
Unable to sleep on a Tuesday night after watching a graphic video of Baton Rouge, Louisiana police officers killing Alton Sterling, Derek Minor wrote and recorded a song as part of his grieving process over the tragedy titled "Free".