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Lecrae & Louie Giglio Respond to ‘White Blessings,’ Reconcile & More | Top Christian Rap News

Welcome to our weekly episode of’s Top Christian Rap News Recap. We endeavor to grab the best stories from the previous week and give them to you every Monday.

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We’re going to start off with a clip featuring Lecrae that to this point has 2 million views in less than 24 hours. The clip was posted by Nicola Menzie, a former co-worker of mine with the caption: “Pastor Louie Giglio, rapper Lecrae and Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy “had an honest conversation about race and the Church” on June 14. Here’s an example of why words and their meanings matter. “White Privilege” vs. “White Blessings”
Check out the clip & let us know what you think.
The Internet was ablaze talking about this clip and the idea of “white blessings” instead of “white privilege.” Lecrae was on the brunt end of this seemingly more that Pastor Giglio because many felt he should have said something at the time.
Lecrae has since clarified the conversation and its effects and Pastor Giglio has as well. Watch those clips now.

Lecrae masks

Since we’ve been on the topics of racial reconciliation and community work every week, would also like to highlight Lecrae working with Masks for the People to donate 50,000 masks and sanitizing supplies to inmates in Georgia.


We want to give a special shout out to Reconcile who met with the Mayor of Miami, Francis Suarez to speak on improving inequality in our city from juvenile justice reform, improving the civilian investigative panel, affordable housing/government housing, income disparities, land banking in communities of color, community policing, mentoring programs, and black empowerment/ownership.

Rapzilla Freshmen Interviews

We finally dropped our long and awaited 2020 Rapzilla Freshmen group interviews. All 16 of this year’s Freshmen spoke about what it means to be a freshmen and their plans for the future.

LaToria ‘Who Am I Becoming?’

LaToria started a series of discussions about racial trauma on Instagram called ‘Who Am I Becoming?’ last week she focused on women, and this week the focus is on men. Here’s a clip.

Round Up

Real quickly, Luc DiMarzio did a Bar Exam of Mogli the Iceburg’s Sad People Make Dope Music 2. I hosted another episode of Community During Chaos featuring Kevi Morse, LaToria, and DJ Mykael V. Check that out on our Instagram now!

Sponsored Post

We want to give a shout out to our Sponsor of the week Billy James who dropped the single “Loose My Mind’ off the Stained Glass Thoughts project. Link in the comments on YouTube or tagged on other platforms.


In conclusion, don’t forget to check out all of our playlists featuring the top tracks that dropped on Friday. Start with the Rapzilla Playlist and work your way down.

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Justin Sarachik

Written by Justin Sarachik

Justin is the Editor-in-Chief of 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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