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Christian Rap Songs Streamed More Than One Million Times in 2021

We have entered a New Year! Let’s celebrate the positive streaming numbers CHH received in that wild ride of 2021. So, here is a ranking of all the Christian Rap songs streamed more than one million times in 2021 with the numbers rounded.

All rankings are based on Spotify streaming numbers pulled on December 31. We focused strictly on artists with predominantly Christian fan bases and ones that wouldn’t dominate the entire list. This would exclude NF, Kanye West, and Tobe Nwigwe.

Nic D – Fine Apple & the Remix (33.5 million)

for King & Country – Amen (Reborn) ft. Lecrae & The WRLDFMS Tony Williams (5.3 million)

Hulvey – Can’t Tell It All (4.2 million)

Nic D – Icee Pop (3.4 million)

Hulvey – Reasons ft. Lecrae & SVRCINA (2.9 million)

Derek Minor – Clean (2.7 million)

Casting Crowns – Start Right Here ft. KB (HGA Version) (2.6 million)

Andy Mineo – Been About It ft. Lecrae (2.1 million)

Andy Mineo – It Could Be Worse (1.8 million)

Aaron Cole – ONLY U ft. Terrian (1.7 million)

Aaron Cole – LIKE YOU ft. Tauren Wells & TobyMac (1.7 million)

Andy Mineo & Lecrae – Wuki Remix (1.6 million)

Andy Mineo – You Know the Drill ft. Wordsplayed & Magic & Bird (1.3 million)

Hulvey – Back in the Wick (1.3 million)

Hulvey – We Against the World (1.2 million)

Lecrae, Jidenna, & Limoblaze – Everyday (1.2 million)

Hulvey – Can’t Tell It All ft. KB & Lecrae (1.1 million)

indie tribe., nobigdyl., & Jon Keith – HOLY SMOKE! (1.1 million)

Andy Mineo – Nobody’s Coming (1.1 million)

Andy Mineo – …Falling? (1.1 million)

116, Wande, & Hulvey – Still 40 Deep (1.1 million)

Nic D – Snowflakes Fall (1 million)

Wande – Blessed Up Remix ft. Lecrae & Mike Todd (1 million)

Bizzle – The Gospel (1 million)

So obviously Nic D far and away has the most listened-to song of this year. His “Fine Apple” track went viral in a major way. Hulvey and Andy Mineo had some great showings on this list as well. Of course, this also doesn’t take Apple Music and YouTube into account but Christian rap is sure getting a lot of play!

What do you think?

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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