Left-coast veterans Jurny Big and Peace 586, a duo that has both been involved in a variety of projects over the years (Freedom of Soul, LPG, Tunnel Rats) and now have exclusively joined forces for their newest project, The Battery. Their new album 'Two' serves as testament to the bond formed between the two over the past two decades.
Thi’sl was recently featured in Hip Hop Weekly, a nationally distributed magazine, for their “Indie Grind Spotlight”. The Full Ride Music Group founder has been pushing his ‘Free From The Trap’ project since its release in the 4th quarter of 2012 and his appearance in Hip Hop Weekly is just another example of the hard work paying off.
Atlanta, GA (June 4, 2013) – Get ready to press RESET on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 with the new release from Stellar Award-winning gospel star, songwriter, producer and actor Isaac Carree. Following Carree’s award-winning #1 debut solo album, Uncommon Me, his much-anticipated sophomore solo album, RESET, features fresh tracks and dynamic vocals from Carree as the acclaimed singer leads listeners through a powerful journey of inspiration, spiritual renewal and praising God’s powers of redemption and restoration. Featuring the hit lead single “Clean This House,” which has already quickly made an impact in the Top 10 on the Gospel chart, RESET also features special guest appearances from heavy-hitters in both gospel and mainstream music, including Kirk Franklin, Lecrae, James Fortune, Kierra Sheard, Le’Andria Johnson and R&B vocalist Joe. RESET will be available for pre-order on iTunes starting June 11, 2013 along with the Rapzilla.com world premier of "So Glad" ft. Lecrae, Kirk Franklin, and Kierra "Kiki" Sheard.
Lecrae discusses Christian labels and if they are helpful, being missional in the music industry, and role of hip hop during this special interview with guest host Eric Geiger on this episode of The Exchange with Ed Stetzer. Watch the full episode here.
Kanye West knows that religion is a topic that always sparks conversation. Obviously, when one of Hip-Hop’s biggest stars decides to name his album Yeezus, many people are going to have an opinion.
While there have been conflicting reports to what the actual title is, No Malice of The Clipse, has added to the discussion on the representation of Jesus Christ in Hip-Hop.
“The Game’s Jesus Piece, Clipse’ Lord Willin’, Kanye’s album; before I had a personal knowledge and revelation of my Lord and Savior I was liable to do or say anything that a devout Christian may deem blasphemous,” No Malice told AllHipHop.com exclusively. “I put His head on a chain, flooded Him with diamonds then used that same chain to seduce women.”