He works eight hours during the day as a loan analyst, spends time
with his wife and kids in the evening, and writes and records the
vivid pictures that he paints with his rhymes throughout the early
mornings. Check out Collision Records newest artist Dre Murray’s
testimony and get a glimpse into his upcoming album 'Gold Rush: Maybe
One Day,' right now!
Check out our LIVE interview with Reflection Music Group recording artist Tony Tillman. His latest project, 'The Tillman EP', is available now on iTunes or AmazonMP3, and currently stands at #2 on iTunes' Christian & Gospel Chart.
No Malice knows the easy route. He lived it for most of his life. Following the flock, keeping on his cool, while setting out on a quest for the hip-hop dream. Well, maybe the street dream came first. But after the allure had faded, the physical fulfillment dulled by excess, it was time to look in the mirror. Who did he see? A successful rapper? A celebrity? He couldn’t see anything. Forget the money, the fans and the women. No Malice needed inner peace and it was in front of his face his whole life. When the word of God finally touched his soul, the Clipse half was a changed man forever.
His voice is amazing, his style is unique, and he has been featured on several songs; yet SPZRKT never made it past the first round of The Voice, America’s Got Talent, and American Idol. Lucky for us he is using his God-given talent to make awesome music...For FREE. Listen to his testimony and hear his music now!
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.
Statik Selektah: “I sent it to Lecrae and he set it off first. Actually, Macklemore was supposed to be on the song. Anybody that knows what he’s doing right now understands that he can’t just jump in the studio. That dude literally does three shows a day. I never really bugged him for it.