1K Phew Accepts Stellar Award for ‘No Church in a While’; Gives Hilarious Speech

The Stellar Awards which celebrates the best of the best among gospel and Christian rap music happened this past weekend. 1K Phew and Lecrae’s No Church in Awhile collaboration album was nominated, and they won!

1K Phew gave an all-time acceptance speech on behalf and him and Crae. Honestly, just watch for yourself!

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No Church In A While features 10 tracks including “Wildin” “Ready Or Not,” “Move It,” “One Call,” “What We Gon Do,” “Amen,” “Blockhead,” “Born Sinner” “Save Us,” and “No Church In A While.”

Lecrae and 1K Phew

The concept for their collaborative album, No Church For A While grew out of conversations between Lecrae and 1K Phew. Lecrae was recording his mixtape, Church Clothes 4, when it occurred to him that people actually hadn’t been to church to even put on those church clothes because of the pandemic, church hurt, and other reasons.

Out of his convos with 1K Phew who he is mentoring, came the idea to actually record an album for people who like themselves hadn’t been to church in a while.

No Church In A While has all types of meanings,” explains 1K Phew. “We just went through the pandemic and ain’t nobody to church in a minute. This album is for everybody who ain’t been to church or connected to God in a while who thinks they can’t go back. It ain’t really that deep. God is waiting for everybody to tap back in. No Church In A While is telling people there’s still hope, you can still turn to God no matter how long you’ve been away.”

Atlanta native, 1K Phew is the only artist signed to the Reach Records roster who is born and raised in the city that the label now calls home. He is leading the way for a new breed of artists taking the trap sensibility and elevating it into a new sound called “Street Gospel,” a term he coined.

“Our artists at Reach Records are continuing to prove that faith can exist beyond the pews of the church if expressed authentically. Rappers like 1K Phew are carrying forward the torch we lit with Let The Trap Say Amen using their music to reach hip-hop heads with a spirituality that’s not forced or foreign to them.”

Listen to  Lecrae and 1K Phew Below:

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Justin Sarachik

Written by Justin Sarachik

Justin is the Editor-in-Chief of Rapzilla.com. 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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