The 2021 Rapzilla Freshmen George.Rose of today is a whole lot different than the George.Rose of the past. He’s lived off professionally dancing, overcome drug addiction, and worked with a Grammy Award-winning production group. Now he is releasing music to show God’s glory, teach younger generations from his experiences, and give them something to dance to. “Don’t waste time. As you get older, you can feel it. Especially when you get out of high school and stuff, you blink and the next thing you know you’re 25.” A Prodigal Son Let’s start at the beginning. George.Rose grew up around Dallas, Texas, as […]
Pen Game 101 is a new show created by Rapzilla that sees panelists first dissect the “Pen” of the artist, then play a “Game” with the artist, and then get taken to school “101” by the artist. In our ninth episode, we break down ‘Terraform: The People’ by Propaganda and take him on a trip to L.A., Israel, coffee hubs, and back again. He then rips off a few freestyles and imparts his knowledge on us during the 101. Watch Propaganda Below: Meet the Panelists: Justin Sarachik https://twitter.com/JustinSarachik Elijah Matos https://twitter.com/ElijahReyDavid Cutright https://twitter.com/mistercutright Luc DiMarzio https://twitter.com/LucDiMarzio
In a recent Rapzilla interview, I sat down with KB to discuss his podcast, music, and concern for social justice, which presently is a contentious topic within some Christian circles. The focus of the interview was to explore how KB’s podcast and music challenge the church and hold the body of Christ accountable in matters of injustice. Watch the interview at the bottom. As the conversation moved along, KB voiced his concern for speaking on behalf of the oppressed, challenged the evangelical crusade against critical race theory (CRT), and placed Christ at the center of the conversation on social justice. […]
Now that indie tribe. has their album U P P E R H A N D out we can drop part two of this interview where they talk about some of the behind-the-scenes moments that made this project special. Get to know the story of “Tribal Council” and the writing camp that they created for themself and more. Watch indie tribe. Interview Below: Watch part one here.
Hulvey spoke to us about his debut album Christopher and we did a bit of a deep dive into the life of “Christopher” to see how he got to where he’s at now. On Christopher, there’s a song called “9th Grade.” After doing some digging, there was a report that Hulvey knew he wanted to be a rapper after performing at his 9th-grade talent show. He wrote to a beat he found on YouTube but could not remember any of the words. “I had some crazy punchlines though,” he admitted. “They [crowd] were losing it.” He continued, “When that happened, I felt like a […]
Christian Rap artist Xay Hill teamed up with Bizzle and Canon for a new single called “One In A Million.” ” “This song is to uplift those that feel they’ve been working hard and seeing no result! God has you and He sees your progress!” Stream or Buy this song on any platform here. Listen to Xay Hill below:
Last year, nobigdyl. and Andy Mineo dropped their joint track “Willy” where they make a bunch of Fresh Prince and Will Smith references. It appears the legendary emcee and actor saw it and used the track for the promotion of his first book. See the Will Smith Post Below: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Will Smith (@willsmith) Naturally, the two artists are freaking out about it! View this post on Instagram A post shared by DYLLIE (@nobigdyl) WILL SMITH JUST USED OUR SONG “WILLY” ON IG @AndyMineo — dyllie (@nobigdyl) June 20, […]
QEW and Rapzilla collaborated for the new single “Once A Ranger…” featuring Nu Tone. Listen to QEW Below: Stream links here.
Jusrzd partnered with Rapzilla to drop his new single “Ways” featuring Aable. The song is produced by OnBeatMusic. “Ways speaks about how God can make the impossible possible and literally makes ways, out of no way,” said Jusrzd. Listen to Jusrzd Below:
Christian rap artist Gamfam teamed up with Rapzilla to drop his new single “I Had Enough” featuring 350. “I began to realize that most of the solutions to what we are divided over in Christianity are clearly answered in the Word of God. It’s time to take a step back from what man has added/subtracted from His Word and let the Word interpret itself. Christ fought against religious leaders with their traditions, so I will as well. I had enough,” said Gamfam. Listen to Gamfam Below: Stream on the platform of your choice here.
As America ushers in Juneteenth as a nationally recognized holiday, the Christian music industry celebrates an extensive and collaborative project from Maverick City Music—”Jubilee: The Juneteenth Edition.” The album is an impressive work spanning nearly two hours and consisting of nineteen tracks. Familiar artists to CHH such as Montell Fish and Lecrae appear on the album. In addition to his musical presence, Lecrae serves as a voice of prayer and sets the stage for the entire message of the album—namely that God cares for Black humanity. The project includes a number of gospel artists along with CCM contributors which results […]