2020 has been a great year for me to find some new Christian rap and music to listen to. I think it’s all the sitting around at home. So, while you sit around at home I hope this month I can provide you with some new stuff to listen to!


This incredibly versatile artist from Alabama makes some creative and engaging music. She’s got some pipes and can weave a fantastic melody but can also lay down some chilled out flows. She just released her newest single, “Me” last month, and has another song featuring Mike Teezy and Swaizy dropping soon. Follow her on IG @relenarochelle and check out her page on Spotify. For an added bonus, she even curates a playlist of Women in CHH that’s really dope.

Jay Sanon

Jay is a true creative, who can cover a very eclectic range of sounds. I’m always inspired and filled when I listen to his music. It was just a year ago that I reviewed his last project, which was a unique mix of nostalgia and deep concepts. He’s been dropping some great tunes as of late, so it was time for me to give him a bump again. Check him out on Spotify


Namedtobias is one of the many talented acts coming out of Canada. His command on the mic and his topics are on point. I really feel like he’s gonna hit another level soon. He just dropped his newest visual this week. And you can check him out on Spotify too.

Lamar Riddick

I’d be surprised if you haven’t heard of Lamar yet. He’s hardworking and constantly putting out content, so he’s always at the top of mind for me. I really appreciated his tribute to Lecrae, “Crae” that he dropped a few months ago. It was in the vain of the Joyner Lucas song “Will” and I thought it was great. He’s got such an easy flow, but his lyrical prowess is worth noting as well. I know he’s also been working on a clothing line too, but in the meantime, check him out on Spotify and stay looking out for more from Lamar.

Let us know which of these Christian rap artists you’re discovering for the first time!