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.

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Battle Rap culture is huge globally. You have artists extending their reach by battling on platforms such as KOTD, Don't Flop, URL, and more. Battling nowadays is done a capella which shines more light on the lyricism. Creative wordplay, varied rhyme schemes and showmanship reign supreme. Add a comment

RHETORIC 2014 was amazing, to be expected. The event sold out and at around 3,400 and had to turn people away at the door. If you missed the highly anticipated performance by Jackie Hill-Perry and husband Preston, then you are in for a real unique and creative treat entitled "The Fall". Add a comment

Lecrae releases a new teaser video for his upcoming seventh studio album Anomaly. Titled "Loneliness", the Kyle Dettman directed visual previews a softly played strings and keys musical piece which could likely introduce us to the album when we get to hear it on September 9th. Add a comment

Butta P releases her second video to Social Club's 'Cops' song produced by GAWVI. Butta P is a member of the South Florida hip hop group, Rhema Soul. With five albums under her belt, Butta P has readied herself to release a solo project of her own. Add a comment

You know the veteran Butta P from the group Rhema Soul who last released their full length retail album 'Red' in 2012? Believe it or not, Butta P hasn't released any solo albums but is teasing us with this 16 bar video featuring GAWVI over a GAWVI beat that can be heard on Tedashii's song "Nothing I Can't Do".

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Hip Hop has frequently been blamed and caricatured by the media. The overdose of anti-Hip Hop sentiment typically is shifted to the lyrical poison that is seen as the enemy of black advancement. Cash, cars and women are glorified, and impressionable men/women (who are most often black) fall hook, line and sinker…or so goes the storyline. But few media outlets have embraced the challenge of looking deeper into the complex struggle of right and wrong that has always been the invisible narrative of the culture.

News anchor Bill Weir recently waded into these deep waters on CNN Tonight in a 15-minute feature on the legendary Hip Hop group The Clipse. The duo of brothers (No Malice and Pusha-T) gave Weir an all-access pass into their rocky upbringing, street fame and artistic split as the reporter contrasted the good and evil of both rappers. Weir pressed Gene and Terrence about how they indulged in the “delicious spoils of their talent”, a lifestyle that Pusha still actively promotes. No Malice, no stranger to the Christian Hip Hop community, had a much different outlook, hesitating to even speak of his past in detail. “When I think about my infidelities…the heartbreak that I caused my wife, that I caused myself. When I think about her forgiveness, how the Word of God repaired us and nothing else. When I think about that; to me, it’s a no brainer. I can’t return to that lifestyle and that kind of way. I don’t have a choice.” Add a comment