How a stray bullet, ‘crazy’ faith and Lecrae played roles in story behind Legacy Conference
Brian Dye traced the trajectory of a stray bullet lodged in his bedroom wall to a hole in the roof. His wife, Heidi, began to shake.
Expectations of 16-year-old Kaleb Mitchell are sky high after debut
As 16-year-old Kaleb Mitchell dropped his first solo project, Soliloquy, on July 10, there was little doubt in his colleagues’ mind that he has a bright future.
Ex-stoner Jarry Manna’s music is earning high praise
“A few months ago while in a session working on Andy Mineo's new album, there was a discussion on the next generation of talent,” Street said. “I played his music for Andy, Alex Medina, Dirty Rice and a few others. Everybody was impressed.”
Meet KB and Natalie Lauren’s protégé: Joseph Solomon
“I was about to sign to Frontline as their first singer last year, but then KB jumped in and was like, ‘I would love to take you on as an artist.’”
This 13 track compilation has two main purposes:
1. To be an outreach tool for the lost party culture.
2. To be an encouragement for those in the "Light" to Shine that light and creatively reach lost souls.
Tyshane Thompson aka Elite, the 16 year old son of Reggae / Soundclash and Gospel Reggae pioneer Papa San has partnered with Matt Massaro aka 808 to offer a free instrumental EP with features by Lecrae, Andy Mineo, and more. You may have first been introduced to this young producer on
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The undercurrents of dissatisfaction concerning the absence of substance in the lyrical content of secular Hip-Hop today is fueling the advancement of Christian-influenced Hip-Hop. In addition to the growing number of talented, hard-hitting Christian-influenced rappers who are making no apologies for their Savior or their skills.
Some time in the 2000's the decline of authenticity in secular Hip-Hop began and the ascension of substance in Christian-influenced Hip-Hop started. Now the reasons for the decline of one and the rise of the other are still unclear. Perhaps it was when secular rappers began their venture into reality television, clothing lines, energy drinks, headphones, and the overall obsession with branding and mogul-dom, that the passion for rhyming took a backseat.
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