JustHIS League

JustHIS League Rap Collective Celebrate 10 Years with Full Live Stream Concert

On March 28th the JustHis League hip-hop collective were set to celebrate 10 years of music and ministry in Charlotte, NC. COVID-19 thwarted these plans…or so we thought…


The live-streamed event went off without a hitch and you can watch it below:

Here’s more about JustHISLeague Below:

The JHL has always been more than your average rap group. Consisting of members from different church denominations, ethnicities, and backgrounds, the team has been an example of unity in the Body Of Christ since 2009. Joined together by their love for Jesus, rap music, and pop culture, the League has been able to sustain longevity that is highly rare amongst a group of talented individuals. With close to 30 members on the roster at the start of the organization, the band of brothers has evolved into a unique community of artists. Plus, Cross Movement founder John Wells aka the Tonic gave the co-sign!

Since the group’s first project in 2009, Issue Zero, the members of the CHH Wu-Tang Clan have close to 30 projects under their collective belts, with most of them being free to the public. The League has also shared the stage with some of the biggest artists in Christian music such as KB, Mali Music, Tye Tribbet, Swoope, Social Club Misfits, Bizzle, Israel Houghton, and the list goes on.


Over the past decade, the team has been active in serving the city of Charlotte and the surrounding areas through neighborhood outreach and events, prison ministry and caring for our homeless neighbors. As the years passed along, the JustHis League has grown in number, ministry and in maturity. They have become husbands and fathers. They have become pastors and evangelists, preaching the gospel and creating disciples. They have also become community leaders and activists for the less fortunate and underprivileged.

Emmanual Threatt, aka Phresh, alongside his wife have founded Hope Vibes, a non-profit that provides hygiene pack products for the growing homeless community in Charlotte. They will be unveiling their first mobile shower and laundry unit to help serve in various areas around the city.

Cutright and Ike Hill have been traveling the nation with their Realize Anything’s Possible assembly program, impacting over 700 schools in the past few years. The duo encourages students to be educated and creative while positioning them to be positive influencers for the community at large.

The JHL is invested in bringing change to their city and to the world, encouraging believers to tap into the world-changing powers we all have at our fingertips: Faith, Hope, and Love. They aren’t looking to be heroes, they’re just trying to follow in the footsteps of the One who saved the day for us all.

Justin Sarachik

Written by Justin Sarachik

Justin is the Editor-in-Chief of Rapzilla.com. He has been a journalist for over a decade and has written or edited for Relevant, Christian Post, BREATHEcast, CCM, Broken Records Magazine, & more. He also likes to work with indie artists to develop their brands & marketing strategies. Catch him interviewing artists on Survival of the Artist Podcast.

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