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Top Underrated Christian Rap Songs of the Week – 7/8/19

Mogli The Iceburg- Better Off
For fans of Lil Peep. Mogli The Iceburg is by no means a newcomer. Every project he’s released has been excellent, and this new single is no exception to that fact. In “Better Off,” Mogli tells the story of how easy it is to be distracted by “love.”

MvkeyyJ – Bankroll ft. Torey D’Shaun
Shine is an exciting thing to acquire; the way people around you react to your shine is sometimes interesting though. MvkeyyJ has his goals and aspirations set regardless of the drama though. “Bankroll” is a fresh, upbeat vibe that fits both MvkeyyJ and Torey D’Shaun well.

J.Harvey – My Life
J. Harvey snapped on this track which is a testimony story of his life. The instrumental for “My Life” contains a mesmerizing sample that alongside Harvey’s barrage of lyrical bars, keeps your attention the whole way through.

Young Noah – Jetpack ft. V.Rose
Young Noah’s latest album Finally Myself released back in May. His latest single from that project “Jetpack,” is being pushed alongside his new video for the song.

Pettidee – Never Die Prod by Poetics
The legend Pettidee linked up with one of CHH hottest modern producers to bring us “Never Die.” Together these two men dropped one of the best tracks of the week.

Young C – Clock Out
Young C put out some lyrical magic, keeping Christ at the forefront. “Clock Out” is one of those songs you have to listen to a few times back to back to hear and understand all of the punchlines simply because it’s packed full of them.

J. Crum – Vigilantes
“Vigilantes” is a great song that is an encouragement for listeners to live for Christ as vigilantes instead of just waiting to die in complacency.

Xay Hill – Make A Way ft. Canon
One of the hardest working independent artists in CHH, Xay Hill has linked up with Canon to bring us a beautiful and emotional song which is a cry for God to make way for people to come to know Him.

Brotha Dre – Flat Footed ft. Greg Davis Jr.
This is a song of perseverance and strength in Christ. Proclaiming “I’ll stay flat footed (standing for Christ) until I take a bullet.”

We hope you took the time to check these Christian rap singles out. Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.








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Written by Tom REF Mong

Tom has loved Christian Rap and Hip Hop since first being exposed to it in 2003. Whether it be as a fan, radio host, artist or promoter, his heart for people is what drives him to continue as a community leader and Christ focused member of the CHH community.

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