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 – No Slavery ft. Saeso
Intelligent, intellectual, creative, and profound.

“No Slavery” is one of those smooth tracks that you can easily listen to on repeat. The emcees on this track have enough change-ups and different cadences in their delivery to keep your attention throughout the whole song.

YP AKA Young Paul – No Words ft. S.O.S
YP is back for the boom-bap heads and spitting over another beat by Tae Lamar. This time joined by S.O.S., Young Paul keeps his focus on releasing music that glorifies our King Jesus.

Cory Cifax – Sauce
Cory brings the “Sauce” on his latest release. Proclaiming his hope and faith in God, Cory gives all the Glory and credit for his talents to the Father.

Hyper Fenton – Temple Of Doom
This tracks swag heavy and content-rich with a very high probability of being placed on repeat. “Temple Of Doom” is an instant classic that deserves all the attention and promo possible.

Hdot405 – Up Up and Away ft. Jon Keith, PoetiCS
“Up Up and Away” is a cool song with an excellent combination of both bars and style. If Hot405 wasn’t on your radar before, this song might be the one that changes that for you.

jayeMillenium – Pose
Taken from his brand new album Summer of ’19, “Pose” is a great Christ based song that highlights the fact that Jesus has risen.

Sherrod White – Epic
“Epic” is one of those tracks that will have your head rocking and body moving to the beat.

Kevia Dorsey – Saucy & Saved
Standing tall and proud in her faith despite the hate and naysaying, Kevia did her thing on her latest track “Saucy & Saved.”

Corey Wise – Crazy! ft. Xavier Sorrow
Corey Wise and Xavier Sorrow aren’t doing this music thing for notoriety or fame, their focus is on the gospel and great commission. That concept seems “Crazy” to some, but their eyes are set on their mission.

Xay Hill – Here Me Coming
Arguably the most determined player in the game, Xay Hill is back with another banger. “Here Me Coming” speaks on his determination, perseverance and drive as an artist.

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.