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5 Christian Rap Artists You May Not Have Heard Yet (Luc’s Picks – November 2020)

5 Christian Rap Artists You May Not Have Heard Yet (Luc’s Picks – November 2020)

I’m stoked to share some new Christian rap artists once again this month. As it begins to get colder outside, here’s some new heat to keep you warm.

2nd Samuel 151

2nd Samuel is from Staten Island and you can tell the moment you hit play. The first time I heard him was on DJlostnFound’s newest project. His flow is effortless and the beats are reminiscent of early 2000s Just Blaze and Scott Storch. He’s got a solid album that just dropped a couple of weeks ago featuring Monster Tarver among others. The only way to go from here is up! Check him out on Spotify or listen to the youtube link below.


Keasha’s a really dope rapper who is all about bringing hope and joy to the listener. This emcee from Seattle really stands out to me. She’s a hard-working artist who is a great follow on IG. I really enjoy her newest album Full Circle, as it shows her versatility with melodies as well as flows. Stay looking out for Keasha, she’s making moves. Check out her Spotify or whet your appetite with the video below.


Aable is hailing from Philadelphia and is all about sharing truth and unique vibes in his music. His passion and drive really stand out in his music. With only a few singles and features to his name, I really feel like he’s just getting started. Might as well jump on the wave right now. Follow him on Spotify for some heat, or listen below.

Rah & Azeekah

These two emcees have gone at it on their own until recently when they joined their talents for the EP We Need God and I feel like they’ve got something dope here. They each have features from Young C and Xay Hill, but besides those, this EP is a must-listen.  Check them out on Spotify, or bump Go below.


Kion is from Arkansas and has a great underground sound to his music. Another artist with only a few tracks to his name, but I really dig what he’s been able to do up to this point. He’s got some smooth melodic vocals but can also spit. It’s good to hear this kind of versatility. Hear more on Spotify after you start below.

What do you think of these Christian rap artists? Who should I pick next? Comment Below


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