• Christian Rappers who sing

    15 Christian Rap Artists Who Sing as Well as They Rap

    Rapping well and dope beats are great, but what can really separate an artist from the pack is their singing ability. So Rapzilla compiled a list of artists who can do both exceedingly well. 15. Mogli The Iceburg Starting off the list is the emo-embracing Mogli The Iceburg. It’s clear after his projects Let’s Talk About Our Feelings and Sad People Make Dope ...
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    Avengers Assemble: Christian Rappers as Their Superhero Counterparts

    After going toe-to-toe with the Mad Titan Thanos last year, the Avengers will reassemble in an attempt to get retribution for those they lost. As the world waits in eager anticipation for their heroes next, and perhaps final battle, it seems fitting that the world of Christian Hip Hop be assessed for comparison to the Marvel universe. While our favorite ...
  • Solar Powered Tour

    nobigdyl.’s Solar Powered Tour Blazes on Through Mini Blizzard

    The snow was falling as cars were stalling in NYC. The threat of an imminent snowstorm was looming in the weather reports. Despite the warmth of the Solar Powered Tour blasting through Brooklyn, NY – nobigdyl., 1K Phew, Byron Juane, Alex the DJ, Nico the Drummer, and special guest Angie Rose couldn’t stop the cold…outside. However, as they say, it’s ...
  • Destorm

    Fight Another Day ft. Angie Rose, Shirley Murdock, DeStorm Power, & Ta’Rhonda Jones (Canal Street ...

    The faith-driven film Canal Street released the Star-studded New Years Day EPK “Fight Another Day”  featuring Angie Rose, Shirley Murdock, DeStorm Power, Ta’Rhonda Jones. It was produced by Jack Red, Rhyan LaMarr, and ModG in preparation for the film’s release Jan. 18th. The Films Creators Stated: “We ask the simple yet poignant question, ‘What are you grateful for and what are you striving to accomplish’? Let this be the ...
  • Hispanic

    Hispanic Heritage Month: Why Representation Matters in Christian Hip-Hop

    Since the hip-hop genre was born, it has long been considered a “black sport.” While the vast majority of hip-hop artists are indeed black, there has always been a Hispanic-Latino contingent within hip-hop. In mainstream hip-hop, there are names like Big Pun, Fat Joe, Cardi B, Pitbull, and Daddy Yankee. Some of these artists are a bit older and have ...
  • God Over Money

    God Over Money Tour Shines Bright in the City of Lights

    A two-hour trek through the horrendous NYC traffic to Queens, New York brought me to City Church USA to rock with God Over Money on September 21. The main tour features label head Bizzle along with Datin, Selah the Corner, and Jered Sanders. Most dates feature special guests and this night we had fellow New Yorkers Th3 Saga and Angie Rose. City ...
  • Angie Rose

    Angie Rose Receives Music Placement in ‘What Men Want’ Film

    Rapper Angie Rose took to her Twitter to share that a song she worked on will be included in the film “What Men Want.” The movie star’s Wendi McLendon-Covey, Taraji P. Henson, Pete Davidson. The movie is a gender-swapped version of Mel Gibson’s “What Women Want.” Here’s the synopsis: “A woman is boxed out by the male sports agents in ...
  • Angie Rose

    Angie Rose – That Fire ft. Shopé

    Angie Rose has been traveling quite a bit and it seems spending time in the motherland of Puerto Rico has recharged her. The emcee just dropped those island vibes with “That Fire” featuring Shopé. The artwork, a “Greetings From Puerto Rico” postcard. Listen to Angie Rose Below:  Purchase or stream here. We recently interviewed Rose, check it out here.
  • Christian Hip-Hop

    5 Lowkey Christian Hip-Hop Projects You May Have Missed in 2018 (so far)

    2018 has seen some crazy Christian hip-hop releases. With all the awesome music that is coming out, it can be easy to miss a few of the lower publicity releases. So without further ado, here are five lowkey releases that you might have missed this year. 1. Any Last Words by Shenanigans (Kevi Morse and Torey D’Shaun) Tracklist: You Won’t See It ...
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    FEMA to Honor Angie Rose’s Unstoppable Foundation

    Since the summer of 2017, Angie Rose has used her resources as an artist to bring aid to the island of Puerto Rico. For her efforts, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has decided to honor her Unstoppable Foundation for their impact. Just got a call from FEMA they are doing a ceremony and honoring organizations that they feel contributed and worked ...