20 Christian Hip-Hop Albums that Turn 10 This Year

Frontlynaz – Game Over

Game Over helped Frontlynaz make a big splash in 2008. The success of this album brought Frontlynaz a Stellar Award nomination.

The album didn’t feature any flashy guests, but each track was pure rap from the trio.

A few of the more popular tracks were “Lights Out” and “Survival of the Fittest.”

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R-Swift – Soapbox

R-Swift has been in the rap game a long time. Soapbox was his second release on Cross Movement Records. The album sees Swift over an assortment of musical pallets which adds some diversity.

K-Drama and FLAME are the two biggest artists on this 15-track album.

“Good Mourning” and “Me on My Soapbox” are two tracks to check out.

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Rhema Soul – Dope Beats Good News: The EP

Technically this is an EP even though it’s 10-tracks long. Regardless, this EP followed up their 2007 debut with a killer project. This three-piece also introduced the world to G-Stylez and Marty Mar. You know them as Reach Records producer GAWVI and Social Club Misfits’ Marty.

Aside from those two, the trio of K-Nuff (Konata). Butta P, and Juan Love brought their unique musical flair on every track.

Their big songs off of the project are “Steez” and “My Whole Life.”

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Sev Statik – Shotgun

Sev Statik is one of the most prolific emcees on this list. He has been part of two legendary Christian hip-hop groups, Tunnel Rats and Deepspace5. Shotgun is a full solo record that came just nine months after joint collaboration with DJ Dust.

The church topic heavy album has 14-tracks with a couple of smaller features. Playdough (KRUM) makes an appearance on a track.

Some well-known tracks for this album include “Shotgun” and “Untitled.”

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Propaganda – Listen Watch Focus

Many people don’t realize just how long Propaganda has been making socially consensus hip-hop. Listen Watch Focus is no different. His third project outside of the group Tunnel Rats is just as poignant as ever.

Sareem Poems highlights the features as well as some hard-hitting beats by Dert and Donovan Luke Henry.

The top songs on this record are “Move!” and “Say Good Lord.”

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So there you have it. 20 Christian Hip-Hop albums from 2008 that turn 10. Which ones do you have and which will you be picking up? If you like this list, check out our list of Christian Hip-hop Albums That Turned 20 here.


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.

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