In his second full-length solo album, Good Fruit Co artist Sam Ock offers his most personal work to date 'Grey', a profound exploration of the space where the blackness of life and the purity of truth meet.
Christian hip hop had a memorable 2014. Rapzilla combed through those memories for its annual Best-of Awards. After hours of heated debates, its staff nominated artists and art for nine different categories — Best Artist, Album, Free Album, Single, Group, New Artist, Producer, Music Video and Album Cover.
"Stephen the Levite's "Frenemies" video, featuring JGivens and Tragic Hero, shows the trio's hilariously-acted attempts to mimic Flavor Flav, Puff Daddy, Ma$e, N.W.A., Run DMC, Dipset, Kid n’ Play and more.
N.W.A.’s 1988 song “F**k tha Police” was more than a mere song. It was an anthem in cities across the country. It became such because it powerfully captured a popular sentiment, namely, that “911 is a Joke” (as Flavor Flav famously put it) and that police officers commonly abuse their power in their policing of minority neighborhoods.
In July of 2014, the 21-year-old Houston native showcased her talents as a singer, songwriter, and rapper over a fusion of trap, hip hop, and soulful sounds with her debut project Stix and Stones. HillaryJane addressed issues many young people face today, including bullying, low self esteem and materialism, and sharing her positive worldview founded in Christ.