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  • Luke Smallbone on How For King & Country Fans Received Lecrae

    Luke Smallbone, one half of For King & Country, spoke to Rapzilla about the “Amen Remix” that features Lecrae and Tony Williams. Throughout the interview, he spoke about his relationship with Lecrae and the fan’s reaction. Luke was asked about the flack and vitriol that Lecrae receives online for being vocal about social issues. Checking the band’s comment section once ...
  • 5 Christian Rap Artists You May Not Have Heard Yet (Luc’s Picks – May 2021)

    2021 continues with the dope music in Christian Rap. I’m so encouraged by all the good stuff that’s been dropping and hope you can keep up. The following artists are some that have impressed me recently, I am glad that you’re taking time to listen! Curt Kennedy Curt has been around for a minute, but I really feel like he’s ...
  • Justin Bieber and the Question of Christian Celebrity (OP-ED)

    In the Christian rap community, we have had years of discourse and often intense debate about how to label the artists who make the music behind our movement. The conversation of “Christian rapper” versus “Christian who raps” has taken a great deal of attention, but in a time after Kanye West’s Jesus is King and now Justin Bieber’s Freedom, we ...
  • indie tribe. Returns with Jon Keith & DJ Mykael V, New CHH to Discover, & ...

    Welcome to our weekly episode of Rapzilla.com’s Top Christian Rap News Recap. We endeavor to grab the best stories from the previous week and give them to you every Tuesday. Watch Top Christian Rap News Below: indie tribe. is Back! Alright, so in case you’ve been living under a rock, up until last year, indie tribe. was a force that ...
  • DMX: A Look at Every Christian Rap & Prayer From His Albums

    Earl “DMX” Simmons, a professing Christian, had one of the greatest runs in hip-hop history and solidified his place in the genre’s Mount Rushmore with his gritty realism and unique aggression fueled by years of abuse and trauma.  At first listen, most of his popular hits like “Ruff Ryders Anthem” and “Party Up” might scare off those looking for spiritually ...

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