On April 3, 2020, Lecrae went live to perform some songs from home, due to his canceled shows because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) national pandemic. While he played/performed his 2017 tracks “Broke” and “I’ll Find You” from All Things Work Together, Lecrae previewed three brand new songs from his upcoming album Restoration. The first song he played was “Wheels Up” featuring California-based singer Marc E. Bassy. The track was previewed back on April 2, 2019, and was known as “Seats Back.” The track originally featured Atalanta-based Abe Parker, but his part was replaced by Marc E. Bassy. It’s also produced by Epikh […]
“Girls! Girls! Girls! Girls! Girls, I do adore!” This line from Jay-Z’s song “Girls” off his highly praised album The Blueprint highlights what many have claimed has been a longstanding issue within the Hip Hop community. The misogynistic and over-sexualized portrayal of women. Derek Minor sat down with the Pastor With No Answers Podcast to discuss why rap music is seemingly in love with objectifying the opposite sex among other various topics. Toward the end of their interview, Minor is asked why Hip Hop music still being given a pass with the way they demoralize and degrade women to this […]
In light of COVID-19, the United States sports industry has come to a screeching halt. College sports are not playing. Professional sports are not playing. Even the Olympics have been postponed until 2021. People are looking for competition, and in no surprise, the Internet has come to save the day. Enter: Digital Competition People have now taken their love for sports, and in some cases just for competition, and moved online to compete. Video games have helped fill the void. Bleacher Report, alongside EA Sports, has generated what they are dubbing the B/R G.O.A.T. Madden 20 Simulation. Essentially, with player-generated rosters, B/R […]
The Coronavirus pandemic has caused artists to get creative with their craft. Some of the most creative in the space is the Social Club Misfits. To quote Marty, “If you so anti-social, why you in our mentions”! Well, welcome to the Anti-Social Social Club tour! Marty and Fern will be performing some of their classic material in separate rooms on a live stream that gets performed in a different city every night. Tickets will be for sale on their official site with special access given to people by location on a new app called “Fool-Proof Live Stream.” “Something of this […]
KJ-52 and John Reuben got together on the recently retired rapper’s newest podcast episode to talk about their craziest experiences in touring. It was awesome to hear two Christian rap legends talk about their come up and hilarious show hijinks, but one thing was saved until the end…a project that never happened. KJ and Reuben, both self-aware of their pasts and current present, will be dropping a joint EP called From Youth Groups to Group Therapy. The songs will reflect on where they started and now where they are. There isn’t much more info than that except Millenials who grew up on […]
Diomer was indecisive about releasing “Get With The Love” for a long time, but he finally let it fly. “I’ve had the footage to ‘Get With The Love’ in the vault for almost two years. We shot it in the fall of 2018 and this song has been on my SoundCloud page since 2017. In light of everything going on right now, I thought it would be dope to put this together and share it. I’m glad I waited because I’m better at editing now, but I held onto this for a while because I got too in my head […]
Proud Lyric dropped his track “Run it Up” featuring Kyle Alexander and Kamban. Let us know what you think in the comment section. Listen to Proud Lyric Below: Buy or stream here.
“Good Thing” by Ian Kenville and MrGalaxy praises the wins, “shows love to those who got me here,” and dreams of a future that’s great. Sometimes its too easy to focus on what’s next that we don’t enjoy the blessing in the now. “On a trip through Philly, me and my close friend Joe recorded a video of us stepping outside of work, music, and the day to day to just spend time together as brothers. We hit the Rocky Steps, enjoyed the 76ers, and just made memories.” Watch Ian Kenville Below: Buy here.