In continuation of his dedication to outstanding music creativity, dynamic rapper Dare theCreator has announced the release of his second single of 2020, “Everything Lit.” The single which is a follow-up to the critically acclaimed “Positive Vybe,” the rapper’s first single of the year, is produced by Cyborg and released through Uppa Ruum Studios. Everything Lit incorporates elements of Afro-pop and reflects the zest of the creative junky. The single celebrates Dare the Creator’s wins against all odds as he displays his masterful ability to play with words. The single is supported with top-class animated visuals. On his idea behind […]
On October 24th, some of the most influential and powerhouse Christian creatives will share their expertise in XL (Excel) Boot Camp, a creative workshop for Christian women creatives who specialize in music, media, and visual arts. Boot Camp speakers include Filmmaker, Christina Faith; recording artist, Wande; Content Creator, Glen ‘Beleaf’ Henry; Musician and Content Creator, Ruslan Karaoglanov; Digital Brand Specialist, Neesh Rose, (client roster: Yandy Smith, Mz. Skittles, etc.) and many more. While XL was originally planned as an in-person Bootcamp, event organizer, and ARTSO Indulge CEO & Founder, Trisha Bell reimagined the experience to virtually expose resources and tools […]
Bible VR announced plans to add live music concerts and events to their VR app. This will allow fans to directly experience beloved artists in concert through 3D virtual reality using the Bible VR app on their smartphone and any VR headset such as Google Cardboard.
Prestine Records is proud to announce the signing of Daytona Beach native HipHop artist, Lucid. After befriending Emye, Lucid worked close with the Prestine family in laying the groundworks and foundations for the young label without asking for anything in return.
From Donald Trump not immediately disavowing his allegiance to the KKK, to Chris Rock’s opening monologue at the Oscars, racism has continued to be a dividing issue in the United States. Unfortunately, the church reflects many of the same racial tensions our country has struggled with since its beginning. Beacon Light is an artist who is passionate about bringing healing to these tensions.
There was a bunch of single releases that dropped today. We have some of them here. Which one is your favorite? A.I. the Anomaly Deanne Walden ft. JPKilledIt Legin Nic D. ft. Foggieraw Reech Lache ft. Adrion Butler Still Shadey ft. Jo Joey, Double S, & Melvillous UZUHAN & Kevin Chung YJO ft. Byron Juane Let us know which of these Christian Rap songs you are listening to?
“Lights Out (It’s Like That)” by A.K.A. Fisher is featured on his new album, “In the Ruins of Dreamland.” The song was produced by Capital Kings collaborator Eli Ramzy and features Staten Island legend HeeSun Lee as well as BRM and GiGi of AFTL. As the last song on the album’s tracklist, it serves as a reminder that God will have the final word. Listen to A.K.A. Fisher Below:
Spence 4Hire dropped his new track “REAL” and here’s what he had to say: “The song theme is centered around the struggle being very real…but so is our God. Although I consider myself a wordsmith and lyricist, I’ve opted out of those strengths in this song, for what I believe to be a greater purpose. This song pioneers true Worshiphop. The function of a worship song is to lead listeners into active worship, connect with, and focus on God, usually in a worship setting. Worship songs are simple, repetitive, and easy for anyone to join in with upon hearing for the first time.” […]
Over the summer Dee-1 joined us on Community During Chaos to talk about his at the time upcoming track “Racist Christians.” He knew the song would be controversial but in reality, the song had a simple, yet important message. “Amidst talks of racial tension, ‘Racist Christians’, it’s time someone made a song that says it’s a complete contradiction to be a racist and a Christian. We have a long history in the church of blatant examples of racism and people feeling like it’s separate.” He continued, “I have never experienced racism in the church.” But he added the caveat of, […]