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.

ZoDaPrince – Grant Street Nightmare

ZoDaPrince shares a powerful testimony through his latest track titled: “Grant Street Nightmare.” With no punches pulled, Zo takes his fans and followers on a journey through time and into the past life of the Virginia based CHH artist

Read B. Verses – One of These Days

The art of storytelling is still alive and well as long as Read B. Verses has a pen and pad. “One of These Days” is a song for fans of Boom bap, hip hop, Jesus and uplifting vibes.

D. R33d – Not Going Back ft. OnBeatMusic & Hector Dominguez

D.R33d and friends snap on this latest single. Appropriately titled, “Not Going Back” is a party/anthem track that encourages its listeners to stand firm in their faith.

Dru Bex – Mosh

On a mission to preach the word with no religious expectations or fears. Dru Bex’ “Mosh” is a hype track that encourages listeners to unapologetically share the word.

Seni., Vic Sage, Monty The Hokage – Blessed

Feel good vibes and flawless delivery. This is one of those songs you bump while riding slow with the windows down.

J.Crum, nobigdyl. – Made For This

Born for the grind, “Made For This” is a headbanger and neck breaker with an excellent appearance made by nobigdyl.

Davis Absolute – End

Any time Davis Absolute drops new music, you’ve got to be ready to put your thinking cap on as he has been gifted with a very intricate pen. Aside from the heavy punches and lyrical onslaught of pure bars, this boom-bap track has an infectious rhythm to it that keeps your ears dialed into the track from start to finish.

Bryann T – Broken-Hearted ft. Datin, Seven Duece, Zee, Chris

Long past his days of world-star hip hop fame, Bryann T is back with his latest album titled: Knocking Down My Idols. “Broken-Hearted” is a track from this release that stands out as an evangelistic, bass-heavy instant classic that has several impressive features.

Ada Betsabe, Niko Eme – Way Too Many

“Way Too Many” is a bilingual track that addresses the issue of fake friends and false support.

H.U.R.T – They Don’t Wanna Hear It

H.U.R.T. Has been seen on tour with many artists like Bizzle, Datin and Sevin. With those facts in mind, it’s no surprise to say that he is an artist with a strong foundation in boldness.

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.