Video Interview: KB shares story behind suicide song 'Calling You'
"Calling You," track No. 9 of KB's album that released this week, Tomorrow We Live, tells the story of a suicide, and the Reach Records artist told Rapzilla.com in Trinidad about the real events that inspired the song.
Video: 'Southern Lights: Overexposed' visual album
Collision Records has released the first visual album in Christian hip hop history for Alex Faith and Dre Murray's upcoming album Southern Lights: Overexposed.
Video: Canon performs for first time since 40-foot fall
On one leg, Canon performed in Trinidad this weekend for the first time since he fell 40 feet and suffered a shattered ankle, broken jaw and concussion.
Review: KB - Tomorrow We Live
Whereas the artist we encountered on Weight & Glory was confident, cocksure and comfortable in his lane, Tomorrow We Live’s KB has more to prove.
While compilations often leave a sour taste in the collective retail mouths, Night Owls continues to gain momentum as a trusted brand and to introduce talented, handpicked artists through exclusive songs, unavailable on any other release. Night Owls 5 features, both, established and up and coming artists, and sometimes on the same song. The project is mixed and mastered entirely at Syntax Studios by the a team that is known, above all, for quality. The result is the variety of a compilation with the cohesiveness of an album.
In support of Lecrae's new upcoming album 'REHAB', Rapzilla.com and @Xodiz have teamed up to offer our readers a FREE Twitter background promoting 'REHAB'! You can download the background here, and then upload it to your Twitter.
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Bizzle has been getting alot of feedback from both the secular and Christian Hip Hop market on his "diss track" entitled "Truth Music". Which has been released all over the internet this past week. The track addressed to Kanye, Jay-Z, and Rick Ross about involvement in the Illuminati has even caught the attention of big names such as 50 Cent (who posted the video on his personal video blog). This added to the already wide spread exposure including 200,000+ views the video saw at WorldStarHipHop.com alone. Recently, Boi-1da (production credits include Drake, Eminem, Kanye West, Lil' Wayne, Keri Hilson, Trey Songz) came across it and liked what he heard. The tweets below speculate that there may be a collaboration between Bizzle and Boi-1da in the future. Stay tuned to Rapzilla for more info!
Anger, depression, addiction, and discontentment: just a few of the ills that plaque many a man. The solutions: join a group, read a book, basically, YOU can win this battle!
But what about the war? In solely attacking the behaviors or the external problems in our lives the origin of our issues is overlooked. Essentially, we try to alter effects, instead of exploring and tackling the cause. Some don't realize the root of their problems is internal, in fact spiritual. Others recognize, but underestimate how serious their problems are. And even still, as believers, we trust in ourselves to overcome by our own strength.
Lecrae gets support from Sho Baraka, Trip Lee, Tedashii, Pro, J.R., Benjah and many others along the journey towards restoration--with several memorable collaborations. PK, CheeseBeats, J.R., and Benjah contribute on production and sonically, help take the listener along a soul-full ride.
Lecrae's prayer is that people will not just gain practical insight for their lives, but they would find real sympathy from him and mostly, Jesus. He is more than our healer. He IS our healing. He doesn't just offer us peace. He IS our peace. And He IS our rehabilitation. So find rest for your weary soul and joy in the midst of life's ups and downs by checking into REHAB.
S: So how do you think people can get to know the Lord or what He wants more than just going to a church and hearing a pastor talk about it?
R: People need to understand what they’re reading in their Bibles. People need to know how to interpret. When it talks about Jonah being in the whale, in the belly of the beast, does it literally mean Jonah was in a beast? Was in the whale? Or does it mean that we go through times in our lives where we feel isolated and alone? Where we feel swallowed up by the hardships of life?
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