NF's new album 'Therapy Session' makes impressive debut on Billboard
Therapy Session has firmly established NF as one of the faces of Christian hip hop today.
His sophomore album on Capitol CMG Label Group debuted on Billboard this week, and its numbers trump all Christian hip-hop releases this year besides Lecrae's surprise mixtape.
Jackie Hill Perry: From lesbianism to complementarianism
Jackie Hill Perry, a hip-hop/spoken-word artist signed to Humble Beast Records, spoke in April at the national conference of The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (CBMW), sharing her journey from lesbianism to complementarianism.
Why God Over Money 'missionary' Sevin chooses to be homeless
"There was a part of me that I think was trying to maybe get away from that a little bit and live the more domesticated, kind of comfortable life, and I praise God because he pulled me up out of that because this is where I'm most effective."
Lecrae: Read part of the thought-provoking epilogue in new book
Two-time Grammy Award-winning artist Lecrae’s first book, Unashamed, will be published on May 3, and the memoir’s conclusion could challenge the worldview of readers.
On our 19th episode of Rapzilla.com Live with Chris Chicago, we give you the latest news with our "What's Poppin'" segment and an interview with V.Rose about her new album Young Dangerous Heart, out now from Inpop Records.
2016 Rapzilla Freshman and Level Change Music recording artist Ty Brasel has released "Novacane," his second single since signing to the new hip-hop branch of the management company that handles Newsboys and Audio Adrenaline.
Prestine Records is proud to announce the signing of Daytona Beach native HipHop artist, Lucid. After befriending Emye, Lucid worked close with the Prestine family in laying the groundworks and foundations for the young label without asking for anything in return.
Today’s Throwback Thursday looks back to Canadian rapper Promise’s 2008 release on DFS Records, More Than Music which featured collaborations from Royce da 5’9, Montell Jordan, Tonex, Shad, Elzhi of Slum Village, Rhymefest, and Mikkey and Malik Yusef.