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4 Christian Rap Artists You May Not Have Heard Yet (Luc’s Picks November 2021)

Eleven months into the year and I’m still making lists. I really enjoy sharing this with you, I feel like it’s the equivalent to when I was in High School or College, and I’m riding in my car and forcing everyone in my car to listen to whatever underground CD I had just bought. This month was another strong month of finding some dope Christian rap artists. I hope you find someone new who you like as well!


JL and JY have been collaborating on the low with some other indies in this space recently. They just have such a clean and smooth sound, I’m getting used to clicking their songs and vibing with all of it. Condoseven Spotify


This is the year of me finding super dope rappers from Canada. Seriously, there’s a huge movement happening there and I’m here for it. Qmajur has some great visuals to go along with the heat he spits. Qmajur Spotify

Jubal Elrod

A minister, photographer, and filmmaker from Texas. He’s got a rawness to his flows but has a knack for bringing the listener in with his candor and his personality. Jubal Elrod’s Spotify


Sky has dropped a few videos lately that I truly have enjoyed. You might as well go check out his YouTube now because he’s definitely got something cooking. Sky’s Spotify

Which Christian Rap artist are you hearing for the first time? Who should I feature next month?

What do you think?

Luc DiMarzio

Written by Luc DiMarzio

Luc has been a fan of CHH for 30 years, and has been writing about it for just over 4 years. He has a huge passion for amplifying the underground of CHH.

When he's not bumpin hip-hop, you can catch him leading worship at his local church, rooting on the Chicago Cubs with his wife, or swimming with his kids.

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