Every week artists drop new singles and new content that we try to share with you. It’s easy for some of it to get lost in the shuffle, so we want to offer up this quick weekly rewind and look back at some of the top Christian rap songs you may have missed.

Hyper Fenton & Moflo Music – Ultimate
This track is a nice vibe that delivers a “love song” sort of feel. Short and sweet, but definitely something worthwhile to check out.

Corey Wise – I Do What I Want To Do
For fans of Juice-WRLD, this track touches on some of the struggles and feelings shared by all believers, emphasizing on a Romans 7:15 based message.

Shiwan – See My Blessings
A feel good track, Shiwan delivered this one flawlessly. 

Levante Joyner – How Much God Loves
This is the first track off of Joyner.s debut release titled “Jesus Music.”

Redeemed – Never Fails ft. Samantha Howard
This is a refreshing joint in a genre that’s sometimes over saturated with trap and vibe music, Redeemed delivers a down south influenced rap song that’s propelled to the forefront with the help of Samantha Howard’s vocals on the hook.

Kojo Dave – Early Dave
Kojo Dave declares to be a “man on a mission” and if his mission is to drop chill music with a solid message. He has officially arrived.

Milan Credle – No Apology
Milan Credle is a lyricist and he speaks some real truth on this one.

Warren Christian – Find my Way ft. Craig Price of SOLH and Weez the Satellite Kid
Hip Hop at its finest. What really stands aside from the lyrical content on this track is the instrumental that these guys ride. There’s something really special about this track.

James Gardin – Right Now
James Gardin tells a love story in his own way over this dance/pop track.

Chris Aye – Statement
“Statement” is the lead track off of Chris Aye’s latest album titled Overlooked.

We hope you took the time to check these Christian rap singles out. Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.