Hip Hop Lover Exposes Lies In Hip Hop With New Book

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Cole Brown never imagined leaving his job in the Hip Hop music industry – until he made a most unexpected career change and became a pastor. The transition between these two worlds forms the basis for his new book Lies Hip Hop Told Me.



In Lies Hip Hop Told Me Cole Brown examines 14 slogans from the music he loves, in light of the teachings of the God he loves. Interacting with rap lyrics, Christian Scripture, history and other data, Brown addresses such famous slogans as “Only God Can Judge Me,” “Christianity is the White Man’s Religion,” and “Bi***es Ain’t S**t.”

Brown is the founding pastor of Emmaus Church in Portland, Oregon where he has served for six years. He previously worked as an A&R for legendary Hip Hop producer Teddy Riley (Heavy D, Jay-Z, Snoop Dogg). It is his personal identification with Hip Hop music and culture that makes his critique of it unique. “I did not write this book to move people away from Hip Hop culture,” Brown explains, “but to move people toward redeeming what is broken within it.” His first book, Lies My Pastor Told Me, has been downloaded over 35,000 times and will be included in the physical release of Lies Hip Hop Told Me.

Lie Hip Hop Told Me will be available on the official Rapzilla store as well as Amazon.com on July 2nd.







Chad Horton

Written by Chad Horton

Chad Horton has been in the music business since 2000 with a focus on digital distribution, streaming, playlisting, and social media marketing. Chad is currently a Partnership Producer at hi5.agency working with clients such as Blizzard Entertainment, Google Pixel, and more. Chad also owns and operates Rapzilla.com. Originally from Northern California, Chad became a San Diego resident in 2004 where he currently resides with his wife and children.

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