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.