Listen to veteran Christian hip-hop/rock artist Manafest's ninth-studio album, Reborn, in stores today. The new LP features Reach Records artist Tedashii, Urban pop artist Shonlock, Soul Glow Activatur from Family Force 5 and more.
KB’s album ‘Tomorrow We Live’ helps listener beat suicide after mother’s suicide
Dwight Ford Jr., a student at Valor Christian College, contemplated suicide on Tuesday, April 21.
Cleveland-based Christian hip-hop producer lands placement in LeBron James Nike ad
An advertisement that Nike released on Monday for LeBron James's new shoe, the LEBRON 13, was contributed to by a familiar name to Christian hip hop.
Rapzilla Freshmen 2015 Album Details Revealed
Since 2010, Rapzilla’s staff has sought to identify talented artists without a major platform in order to grow the next generation.
Meet the ex-hustler who Andy Mineo wants to make a movie about
“This guy has so many stories that we need to make a movie about this guy’s life. That’s one of the things I want to see done before I’m done.”
116 will possibly release a tour album titled: COME ALIVE. The new single released over the weekend has generated buzz. Reach typically releases singles in connection to their tour. Let's see what happens in October. Comment below if you think this is a legit or fake tracklisting.
Infiltrate Music is ecstatic to announce Chicago native, Skrip as their first signing! As one of Rapzilla.com's 12 Freshman of 2012, Skrip displayed a high level of maturity, talent, and promise with his two 2011 offerings, 'The Underscore' and 'Becoming All Things.' Skrip's musical offering is well rounded and not without reason. Over the years Skrip honed his skills as a beat boxer, producer, had his fare share in emcee battles, and time spent as a full time b-boy. Skrip offered his free album and his debut album in 2011 and was received by the public with open arms. His albums have displayed his roots reminiscent of golden era boom bap, pop, catchy hooks, vivid story telling, and melodies.
Here’s the problem
Had a conversation with a good friend of mine this past week as we were on the
back porch grilling. Having just celebrated a birthday, we were talking about
the “good ole days” and what’s wrong with these “young bucks” nowadays. My
good friend shared with me a story about a guy he had a conversation with. He
asked the younger guy what he was “learning.” The younger dude responded
by recounting all the books he was reading, restating all of the quotes that he
tweeted from the books that he read. When he got done, my friend repeated the
question, “so what are you learning?
Dove Award winning and two-time Grammy nominated Nashville recording hip hop duo GRITS is branching out on his own with a new album and longtime fans of the group can’t wait to hear what he’s created. Jones spent 14 years as one half of one of the highest grossing independent groups in hip hop charting a career that garnered more than 800,000 records sold worldwide, numerous accolades, placements in prime-time television and major motion pictures, an impressive 11 studio albums and even the creation of an independent record label, Revolution Art.