• 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 ...
  • Angie Rose

    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 ...
  • Aaron Cole

    Aaron Cole on Rapzilla.com LIVE with Chris Chicago – Ep. 106

    Gotee Records artist Aaron Cole is our featured guest on this episode of Rapzilla.com LIVE with Chris Chicago – our 2 hour syndicated radio show and podcast. Last week, the episode featured Shope. Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify. Listen to Aaron Cole Below:  Bizzle – Stay With You Ft. J. Carter & Nina Sims Derek Minor ...
  • Angie Rose

    Angie Rose Talks Puerto Rico Relief Efforts, Misconceptions About Hurricane Maria Aftermath

    Angie Rose experienced the side of Puerto Rico that most news cameras haven’t captured after much of the island was impacted by Hurricane Maria late last year. Now, the Christian Hip Hop artist is using her platform to help beauty rise from the ashes of the ravaged island and inspiring others to join the movement. The Puerto Rican lyricist from ...
  • Daniel AMP

    Daniel AMP Reveals Album, Tracklist, and Cover

    Daniel AMP is set to release his album, Dusk Till Dawn, May 25. Dusk Till Dawn shares the brokenness, pain, and doubt of people, while showing Daniel AMP’s own flaws. Tracklist for Daniel AMP: 1. Dawn Breaks 2. Light It Up feat. Steven Malcolm & Loso 3. Good Enough feat. Tone Jonez 4. As I Am 5. Dawn’s Early Light 6. Be Me ...
  • Taelor Gray

    Taelor Gray Drops ‘The Love Don’t Last Long’

    Taelor Gray did not waste any time dropping his The Love Don’t Last Long album. The announcement was made on the 3rd. The cover and tracklist appeared on the 8th, and now the album today. The 12-track-project runs like a story. Gray gets really introspective and masterfully weaves between melody and rhyme. It’s pretty remarkable to come out with such a solid ...