Rappers are influencing how young Christians see race
This month, several white millennials told Rapzilla that songs and social media posts by Christian hip-hop artists have changed the way they see race. These testimonies come as Americans continue to grieve the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philandro Castile.
Rapzilla.com Live with Chris Chicago - Ep. 28 ft. Oscar Urbina
Oscar Urbina is the featured interview on our 28th episode of Rapzilla.com Live with Chris Chicago! We give you the latest news with our "What's Poppin'" segment and brand new music you need to hear!
Derek Minor releases 'Free' video, blogs about division in the US
Derek Minor released a new music video on Monday for his song "Free", which he wrote on the night that video of Alton Sterling's death surfaced online. Alongside the video, Minor published a blog post about what inspired the visual — American division.
Exclusive Free Album: Out Of The Blue - Van Goh
A Rapzilla.com exclusive, Out Of The Blue, a rap group formed by emcees Kay Sade and KnuOrigen present their "first album" entitled Van Goh. The project's anime inspired production is the work of Wontel and Jay Cardec.
Boston-based collective ACE Life released a music video for "HOoLiGans" featuring International Show, Vanni fka SoVocab, AppleJaxx & Disciple (D.I.). The single is from their recently released free project ACE is Life Vol. 2.
John Givez, Beleaf and Ruslan of the Dream Junkies were the musical guests of NBC's talk show Last Call with Carson Daly on Thursday night (or, technically, really early on Friday morning, as the show starts at 1:35 a.m. ET).
Back in November Reach Records came under fire for removing the original “116” statement from their website’s bio and replacing it with one that was deemed “more safe.” However, in a recent interview with HHDX, the label’s co-founder Lecrae, addressed the mission statement for the first time.
ChurchBoy Clothing presents its second mixtape/compilation entitled ACE is Life Vol. 2. A.C.E stands for All Christ Everything and is the mantra by which the Boston artists go by realizing that everything is God's/Christ's. ACE is not a group but a way of life for Boston artists seeking unity (Col 1:16 - 17).