Alex “Customary” Post thinks non-Christians should feel welcome in church.
Those around him, though, often feel more judged than loved.
Here’s an excerpt of Rapzilla’s interview Customary about the album he released on August 5th.
Video Premiere: Manafest - Edge of My Life
When I wrote the song “Edge of My Life” I was picturing families or that person who is struggling just to survive or make ends meat as the saying goes. I’ve experienced those moments in my life where I felt like I was on the edge of quitting or just in a hard place. 1 Timothy 6:12 tells us to...
Trip Lee Announces 'Rise' Album Release Date
Little is known about Trip Lee's upcoming album Rise, but today we received a release date. The Reach Records artist is scheduled to release the music he's "the most excited he's ever been about" on...
St. Louis Rapper Thi’sl Takes Action After Michael Brown Killing
Thi’sl and his pastor Kenny Petty identify with the frustration in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson by protesters who demand justice for Michael Brown.
Social Club - Benjamin Trillington
They first brought you "Chocolate Bobka", now Beat Politicians producer D-Flow and Social Club hit you with a new, nasty, bass heavy single, "Benjamin Trillington".
We caught up with DJ Maj backstage at the 2010 Dove Awards for a interview on what he is up to, as well as his response to the public's feedback on his comments about Christian Hip Hop and doing another mixtape/comp. View the previous interview
Sev Statik & Deejay Tone release a new EP entitled 'School Shooting' available for free download here. "Underground, raw hip hop music still exists. Not everyone has a concern to be famous, on MTV or smell nice. Please enjoy and pass along."
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Humans, in general, are habitual creatures. So, when something comes along and "rocks the boat", we are faced with a tough decision. Either we embrace the new or fight to revert to the old. Walk with PRo as he takes you on a journey through his life altering experience. Without furter ado... Redemption.
Check out the first single, "Leadership" by Flame (listen), from Lamp Mode recordings' upcoming compilation, "The Church", to be released June 8th, 2010. Lamp Mode understands both the seemingly controversial nature of "the Church", especially among the Hip hop contingent, and well as the biblical imperative of the Church's importance.
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Deepspace 5 is back with another classic crew album with all in house production and raps. When you have a crew of emcee's to represent, you get diversity in flow and production. This is the first offering from DS5 on the newly formed Mega Royal Records, headed by Dallas' own Rob Viktum, who is known for his Viktumized remix albums. This is Deepspace5's fourth crew album, even though each individual artist and the many sub crews have put out too many albums to name or try to number. When you listen to a group album, ideally you end up having your favorite rappers and sounds that stand out with each individual. This album is fresher than many of their previous albums, which may be a result of having several years both together and apart to hone their skills as emcees and producers. From Playdough's stylistic singing to Listener's "talk music," styles vary and are complimentary. The crew brought seasoned raps full of metaphors and emotion. This album is a stand out this year.