New content is released every week, and it’s sometimes easy for it to get lost in the shuffle. For that reason, we’d like to offer up this weekly rewind. These are some of our favorite releases to make their way to us for review — the Top Underrated Christian Rap Songs of the Week.

Cutright – Shazam
As we’re sure you suspected, “Shazam” is a song with inspiration pulled from the DC comic Shazam! Cutright completely snaps on this one, delivering a fast-paced lyrical onslaught that is both cleverly written and metaphorical.

Gawvi – Glory ft. WHATUPRG
Off the new Summer Nineteen album, Gawvi and RG dropped a serious vibe with “Glory.” This vibe is one of those tracks that’ll give you neck pains from rocking to it.

Tru-Serva – Victory ft. Mike Dreams, Tylyriq, Tameya Robinson
The latest single off of the Intentional album, Tru-Serva and friends truly created a hip hop song of praise and worship with “Victory.” This song has some great features as well as a catchy hook that helps to carry the theme being delivered in the song.

Souljah Essoh- Better ft. T Haddy
Souljah is back with a brand new single which features fellow Georgian T Haddy. The two complement each other very well on this track, which is an anthem song for all of us who want to do “Better” for Christ.

B-Ganhs – Not The Same ft. L-Ganhs
A smooth track with quick lyrical delivery, “Not The Same” is reminiscent of early NF, but B-Ganhs vocal cadence and tone are unique enough to stand out in a lane of his own.

V.Rose – Pretty Sad ft. Wande
Vanity is getting called out on this one. V. Rose and Wande speak on a sensitive topic on this track. In a generation full of hollow hearted Instagram models and money chasers, “Pretty Sad” is both accurately titled as well as vitally needed in today’s culture.

Braille – Locks For Sale (prod. by Poetics)
The legend Braille is back with “Locks For Sale,” which speaks on the fact that we live in a world where you’ve got to lock your treasures up, but we store our real and eternal treasures in a spot where no locks needed.

BRM – Let The Fire Out ft. Xay Hill
A song of unity in Christian Rap and a battle-cry for our genre to work together for the common goal of reaching souls with the gospel. This one is off of BRM’s debut release God’s Goon.

S.O. – Goals
It’s easy to find ourselves chasing goals that we set for ourselves while chasing an image that isn’t genuine. So S.O. is calling out that habit and pointing listeners towards pursuing real substance in Christ.

Jon Keith – Switches ft. DJ Mykael, Joey Vantes
Jon Keith is putting in a steady amount of work and it doesn’t seem like he plans to slow down any time soon. Keeping the grind going, he hopped on this single, “Switches,”

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.