Recently, Christian hip-hop legends the Cross Movement returned to the stage at Legacy 2016. This got us thinking about some of Christian rap’s best groups over the years. We decided to compile a list of our 5 Christian Hip-Hop Comeback Group Albums We Wish Would Happen. We expect the comments to be flooded with people we’ve missed, so let us know and we’ll make a part two.

Rules: Groups are only eligible if it’s been five years or more since their last release. We are also looking for fully fleshed projects, not short EPs or one-off singles.

The Cross Movement

The Cross Movement put out albums from 1997 through 2007, with the last being HIStory: Our Place in His Story.

Since then fans have been clamoring for a new CM record. Perhaps their recent reunion show will spark the creative juices for a new album.

116 Clique

The 116 Clique of Reach records contains some of the biggest emcees in Christian hip-hop. They released albums from 2005 through 2011, with a few singles sprinkled in since then.

Currently, the group consists of Lecrae, Andy Mineo, Trip Lee, KB, and Tedashii. With the popularity of these artists as individuals, more specifically the first two, it is unlikely when they will all get together to make an album, or which emcees will be involved.