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 – Can’t hold Me Down
Using interesting sounds and soulful delivery, Milan Credle’s “Can’t Hold Me Down” is a track that stands out from the crowd simply based on creativity alone.
Skrip – Cheque
Staying motivated and grinding while keeping God first, Skrip dropped a hot one this week with “Cheque”
Kham – OUÍ ft. Seni
Kham and Seni. showed up this week with the feel-good vibes. OUÍ is the fifth single from Culture Villains as a part of their summer release campaign, CV Summer.
Marc Stevens – We The Wave ft. Mission
We The Wave is the leading track from Marc Stevens’s new album “Marc Stevie Wonder” and is produced by Black Knight.
OfflinePK – Spaceman ft. J-Phish
“This is not my home, That’s what God Said”.
Spaceman is a nod towards Hebrews 13:14 “For here we do not have a lasting city, but we are seeking the city which is to come.”
K. Sparks – Regular
Bringing lyricism and smooth delivery to the table, “Regular” is a banger.
Ignatius – Way Different ft. 1K Phew
This one is for the married folks. Ignatius and 1k Phew teamed up on “Way Different” and as a result, they came out with a love song worthy of your playlist placement.
Elijah Jaron – Lord On My Mind ft. Xay Hill & Marc Stevens
Sometimes you’ve got to redirect your focus on God and say to yourself, “I am not stressing anymore”.
YB – My Shot
“Why would I move without God, is it really worth my shot”
Personally, this is my favorite release of the week. “My Shot” does a great job of pointing YB’s listeners towards the God that changed his life and gave him hope.
King Silxs and Will Kellum – Grateful
Grateful is a soulful and jazz-inspired testimony track that shows off heavy lyricism meaningful content.