I Am Records recording artist, K-Praize at the young age of fourteen is taking the nation by storm with his debut release, ‘Kingdom Certified Reinforced.’

K-Praize born, Kevieion Johnson was very aware at a young age that hip hop music was going to be a major part of his calling in life to be an influence in the sphere of those around him. At age five he appeared in Avon catalog ads and towards the end of that year was when he discovered the talents that God had given him in hip hop and dance. The years that followed were accompanied by performing in front of thousands of fans doing shows with hip hop artists like Lecrae, Tedashii, John Cook, Cam, Dillon Chase, and many more.

The new album, “Kingdom Certified Reinforced” is a mixture of styles ranging from current hip hop beats, dance tracks, classic hip hop sounds, ballads, to club bangers. The message that K-Praize wants to get across is to declare to the youth that it’s time to take a stand for Christ and proclaim that “We the hip hop hope the future generation all across the globe!” His lyrics deal with such subjects as spiritual warfare, testifying about God’s goodness, calling the listener to action to go and get people saved, and even encouraging listeners to praise God in every situation no matter their circumstances. The project is also full of some amazing collaborations with artists like Cam, D-M.A.U.B., Humble Tip, C-Micah, K-Drama, Fedel, and more. “Kingdom Certified Reinforced” has amazing dance tracks like, “Tyler Perry” and “Make It Quake,” a song teaching us to remember to always, “Count Your Blessings,” as well as the uplifting heartfelt songs like “I Do It For You” and “Love Letter.” K-Praize is a true role model for this generation’s youth delivering a kingdom minded message that is inspirational the world-over; regardless of age.

K-Praize first music video, “I Do It For You” featuring Cam is currently in rotation on several television outlets throughout the country including Gospel Music Channel. He is currently working on the new music video for “Tyler Perry” which should be out to television networks soon.