On the heels of his 'Apply Pressure' album, the lyrical phenom R-Swift sits down with Steve Patton to discuss his album, the return of lyricism, his transition from Cross Movement and more.
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Collision Records recording artist Alex Faith talks about his upcoming debut album, the sound to expect and the process of working on it now, also plans of a second WLAK album, and his influences as an artist. He also gives a few words of respect to our platform here at Rapzilla.com for our ten year anniversary.
In 2007 Diana Mao traveled to Cambodia for a micro-finance research fellowship and met young girls that were exploited and were vulnerable to sex-trafficking. The stories of the girls compelled her to want to take action. Shortly after she returned to New York City, Diana met Alissa Moore, who had recently returned from a social justice conference where she learned about human trafficking for the first time. Together they took a trip to Cambodia to explore ways they could develop products that would create job opportunities for women at risk and survivors of human trafficking. Nomi Network began with a simple embrace.
He is a Christian who freely uses the n-word, gets extremely personal with his lyrics, and wrote a sex-song dedicated to his wife. Listen to KamBINO’s testimony and find out why he chose to make his latest album, “InDependence”, heavily loaded with mature content.
Eshon Burgundy talks new mixtape, Humble Beast signing & gives title of next album.
Lecrae talks various assumptions behind his motives, and what goes on behind the scenes with his mainstream industry artists relationships.
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where Lecrae gives an update on Church Clothes 2.
He went from gang bangin' and rappin' about thug life, to being apart
of one of the most popular CHH groups around. Check out Prince AJ of
Still Trill Christians' testimony and find out what STC hoped to
accomplish with their debut "Kings" album now!
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Jonathan Walton talks about his goals as a part of InterVarsity / New York City Urban Project (NYCUP) in fighting human trafficking, transforming lives and reconciling them to God. He illustrates and expounds on his experiences with human trafficking in New York City. We hope this pierce's your heart and encourages you to get involved or at least to support 'King Kulture: Stop The Traffic' so we can help Jonathan and NYCUP continue their fight.'King Kulture: Stop The Traffic
' compilation album releasing August 27, 2013. Pre-orders for the album and limited and exclusive packages are available from the Rapzilla Official Online Store