Enjoy this list of our 30 most downloaded songs on Rapzilla.com! Download any songs you don't have and be sure to follow the artists on Twitter. Comment on the last page and let us know which song in this top 30 is your favorite. Again we know you have favorites but if it didn't make the list it's not because we don't like it but, because not enough people downloaded it. Add a comment

The city of Atlanta and it’s culture influenced his life style, but the power of God is now influencing his heart and music. Find out how Alex Faith went from a shy-introverted guy with little confidence in his rapping abilities, to releasing one of the most anticipated debut albums of the year. Check out his testimony and pre-order ATLast available November 5, 2013.

Testimony: A Musician's Story is an audio-biography series that features various Christian artist, and is narrated by Gaelika “BrownTheory” Brown. It tells their story through their music and interviews.

Follow Gaelika Brown on Twitter at @brown_theory

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If you've been to a Reach Records artist show recently and thought "wow, those boys put on a GREAT show!" then there is a person you can thank for that experience. That's the legendary DJ Official. He works with the artists and bands to craft a great live experience, and also mans the 1's and 2's on stage with them much of the time. He's been a part of the fabric of the Christian Hip Hop scene as a producer and DJ for 12 years. He's crafted hits for The Ambassador, Da' T.R.U.T.H., Lecrae and many more during that time span. He's a Stellar, Dove and Grammy Award winning producer. He's traveled and rocked crowds from Alabama to Abu Dhabi. He has been the DJ spinning the records that helped shaped a movement. And while he's been doing all of that, for the last 3 years DJ Official has been battling a rare form cancer & a rare form of emphysema. Add a comment

It’s easy to see that Christian Hip Hop is a growing entity that doesn’t appear close to reaching its peak anytime soon. While this expansion has brought more options for the loyal listener; it’s also has created a dilemma for those on a tight budget or limited time. Hopefully with this list, you’ll be more confident to take a chance on some newer projects from artists who you haven’t had the privilege of hearing. Though it may be a cultural cliche, these artists have, in one way or another, truly been “slept on”. Consider this your friendly wake-up call. Add a comment

Trillia is the author of United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity (Moody, 2014). You also guest posts at Desiring God and The Gospel Coalition.

When I first became a Christian, I remember feeling “carefree” and to say I was excited about the Lord would have been an understatement. I was also a sponge. Anything anyone said to me I took as “the gospel.” As a young, impressionable Christian this was not good. I didn’t fully understand grace and as people would talk about sin I began to become fearful of not measuring up. I began to fear sinning. I began to question my motives, actions, thoughts--everything and I assumed everyone was questioning them too! I was afraid of the judgment of others. I was terrified of the opinions of others. I feared man. Add a comment


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