Sweat dripped down Dre Murray’s forehead. At the exact same time, he shuddered and shivered.
Double Edge Ministries’ rapper Buck Barnabas understands the importance of his ministry beyond music, and this theme plays heavily into his new EP Streetlights in Egypt.
His spoken-word performances have generated millions of views on YouTube, but long before Ezekiel Azonwu ever moved a poet slam audience to snap its fingers, he battle rapped.
Without question, there is a segment of hip-hop culture that appears to prize ignorance.
The room is completely bare. Dust is all that remains from where posters, books, CDs and movies once set.
“I wouldn’t be where I am today if it weren’t for Wit,” many artists have told Rapzilla.
Memphis, Tennessee-based rapper Murk never imagined that she would rap for a living.
No production entity in Christian hip hop has achieved more over the past eight months than COBRA.
Andy Mineo's next album has what Christian hip-hop music today lacks, his rap coach Ray Rock told Rapzilla.com.