Calling ALL Ladies! ReachLife and All is Vanity are partnering to present "Unspoken" at the Unashamed Conference.
Unspoken is an uncensored discussion focused on Identity, Satisfaction, Success, Love, Relationships, and Sex. There will be six panelists and two performances by Natalie Lauren (Suzy Rock) and Leah Smith.
Applejaxx presents his "Nerd Flow" speech at Harvard Law School's "Thinks Big" event. The talk featured the meaning of N.E.R.D, being a "rich kid, poor kid," brand innovation, faith, and his upcoming N.E.R.D. music project.
Andy shows off the custom gear he got from Cross Customs and Fig Leaf Apparel at his first ever album release concert in Organe, CA. 'Heros For Sale' in stores now! The hat in this video is available for purchase from the Rapzilla.com Official Store here.
Our next compilation, 'Rapzilla.com Presents... King Kulture: Stop The Traffic' is focused on aiding organizations fighting human trafficking. Album proceeds will benefit a great organization based in, and focused on NYC, called NYCUP (New York City Urban Project). We'll be providing you more ways that you can help get the word out soon! Album is set to release August 27th 2013.
"In the past three years, the city of Chicago has suffered from street violence that has made national news too many times. Last year alone, Chicago had over five hundred murders. This year, we're already in a position to break that record. This poem "Chicago's Hope' was laid on Preston Perry's heart to write 4 years ago so he did. Now, with the consistent epidemic of murder, gang violence, and street violence still plaguing the city. Preston felt compelled to make a video and release it to the public. His prayer is that this video will help spark real change by inspiring believers around the world to pray and tell the world that hope is found in Jesus. We are called to give the Gospel. It is desperately needed. Especially in urban areas like Chicago where people are searching for a solution. Christ has called Christians to make disciples of all Nations. Preston believes we should start in our own communities.