What 10 Christian Hip-Hop Albums have Impacted Your Life the Most?

Alright, it’s truth time! There is a Facebook trend going around asking people to share their top 10 impactful on your life records of all-time. Well, we are flipping the script and asking you, readers, to think about the Christian Hip-Hop records that touched you in some way.

Your list can contain whoever you want with no judgments passed and no questions asked. It doesn’t have to be in order either. There is no right or wrong answer whether your most meaningful album is by Stephen Wiley, Mars Ill, or Trip Lee.

For the sake of transparency and diversity, we decided to share our picks as well.

Here are the rules:

In the comments, list 10 Christian Hip-Hop albums that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take too long and don’t think too hard. They don’t have to be ‘right’ or ‘great’ records, just ones that have touched you. Tag the friends who may be interested in sharing as well, including us so we’ll see your list.

Chad Horton

1. Satellite Kite (Beautiful Eulogy)

2. Holy Culture (Cross Movement)

3. Gang Affiliated (Gospel Gangstaz)

4. The Art of Translation (Grits)

5. Rebel (Lecrae)

6. Raw Material (Mars ILL)

7. Hawthorne’s Most Wanted (RedCloud)

8. Storiez (shai linne)

9. Chronicles of an X-Hustler (Thi’sl)

10. Tunnel Vision (Tunnel Rats)

Justin Sarachik

1. Nu Thang (DC Talk)

2. Free at Last (DC Talk)

3. History of Hoodlum (T-Bone)

4. Fluorescent Jellyfish (Furthermore)

5. Take Two (Ill Harmonics)

6. Hindsight (John Reuben)

7. Collaborations (KJ52)

8. Self-titled EP (NF)

9. Anomaly (Lecrae)

10. Uncomfortable (Andy Mineo)

Steven Solis

1. Rewind (Flame)

2. Rebel (Lecrae)

3. Reach (KamBINO)

4. Dream SODA (Jerrell Johnson)

5. Open Book (Da’ T.R.U.T.H.)

6. The Art of War (The Warriors)

7. 20/20 (Trip Lee)

8. Hollywood Heartbreak (Movement of Truth)

9. Our World (FLAME)

10. 13 Letters (116 Clique)

David Daniels

1. Sacrifice (Reconcile)

2. So It Continues (S.O.)

3. Lyrical Theology, Pt. 1 (Shai Linne)

4. Do For One (Ruslan)

5. Instruments of Mercy (Beautiful Eulogy)

6. Wake Up (Swoope)

7. Talented Xth (Sho Baraka)

8. The Art of Joy (Jackie Hill Perry)

9. Never Land (Andy Mineo)

10 100 (KB)

What are yours? Please share.

Justin Sarachik

Written by Justin Sarachik

Justin is the Editor-in-Chief of Rapzilla.com. He has been a journalist for over a decade and has written or edited for Relevant, Christian Post, BREATHEcast, CCM, Broken Records Magazine, & more. He also likes to work with indie artists to develop their brands & marketing strategies. Catch him interviewing artists on Survival of the Artist Podcast.

Leave a Reply


Your email address will not be published.

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings

Collision Records signs Ki’Shon Furlow, announces release date of new EP alongside music video

Music: Matthew Parker – Spark ft. Rapture Ruckus