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.
Doxamillion – Don’t Cry
Described as a song for the “hip hop heads”, Doxamillion dropped a real boom-bap banger with “Don’t Cry” which features a catchy and almost haunting sounding hook that keeps the listener’s full attention
Dee Black – Fear of God
Riding off the momentum of his last single “Gold”, Dee Black is back with a new song that encourages listeners to stand firm in their faith no matter the cost.
Corey Wise – Scrapes and Scars
Corey Wise has linked up with OnBeatMusic to bring us his new track, “Scrapes and Scars” which contains a really beautifully delivered message of Gods love
Dean Walden – Kick Rocks ft. J.Crum
Dean Walden and J.Crum remind us that no matter what adversity we see from the enemy, we gotta stay focused on the path Gods set before us
Vic Sage – Made it Back ft. Kaleb Mitchell, Tommy Vogue
If you ever take an “L” in life, it’s important to remember that with dedication you’ll make it back. Never Give Up.
Legin – Add A Blessing
A song about the need to serve people through their trials and pains. This song is cleverly written and definitely worth a listen or two.
Beacon Light – Airplane Mode
Airplane Mode shares the importance of keeping your family first as an artist, turning off your cell phone and staying focused on what really matters.
Kay Sade – For Your Own
Kay Sade delivers a nice RnB styled praise song that begs for God to not turn away
J.Crum – Elevate – MontyTheHokage
J.Crum is really beginning to establish himself as one of the hardest working and underrated artists in CHH. Elevate is his latest single and in it, he declares that he’s not interested in accolades, he’s strictly focused on God’s blessings.
Shem Rivera – Floating
Staying consistent, Shem Rivera is back with his latest single “Floating”.