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.

Milan Credle – Back At It
This is a well-produced and thought out track from Milan Credle. Concept wise, “Back At It” is a song of perseverance that encourages listeners to stay focused no matter the cost. Style-wise, this track goes down smooth but leaves you nodding your head long after it ends.

Speez – Rear View
A song of reflection, Speez tells a heart-wrenching story of previous pains and trials while pointing towards the future and his hope in Christ.

Rel McCoy – The Moment Feat. Grimace Love
Boom Baptastic masterpiece. The Moment from Rel McCoy and Grimace Love will take you back to the grimy days of hip hop. While delivering a message of hope and strength.

Double ATL – Don’t Fold ft. George and Jered Sanders
We don’t fold to the enemy; we stand firm and find strength in Christ. God Over Money lyricist Jered Sanders makes his presence known by dropping some of his hardest bars this year, while Double ATL graciously declares the devil a spot firmly beneath his feet.

Terence Penny and Shope – Details ft. Temi and The Letter Z
“Details” is a nice Caribbean feeling track, but despite its upbeat vibe Terence Penny and friends wrote this song about folks who focus on and create negativity.

A-Eazy – Out The Struggle
Rapping over a K-Drama beat, A-Eazy dropped a great single this week with his new track “Out The Struggle.”

Jopo Da Son – A1 Sauce
Jopo Da Son dropped his latest album at the end of June titled “The New Build,” and from that project, he’s released his most recent single titled “A1 Sauce” which has been accompanied by an official video directed by His Elect Media.

Dru Bex – Crown
Dru Bex is back with another banger. Produced by OnBeatMusic, “Crown” is an anthem track that’ll have you tasting victory while singing, “We’re going up never down.”

King Chav – Boogie Wit’ the Devil
Resurrecting a classic sound that will please the ears of hip hop purists. King Chav reminds listeners that no matter what is deemed acceptable in our modern society, it’s never okay to “Boogie Wit’ the Devil.”

Tre Ovalle – How It Goes
Putting his trust in God and God alone, Tre Ovalle’s “How It Goes” is a chill and laid back testimony song that speaks from a personal perspective on life.

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.