Mini Documentary: DJ Promote on Anomaly Tour with Lecrae & Andy Mineo
Lecrae knew little about DJ Promote, but the way that the DJ excited a crowd at a conference in Tennessee years ago made Lecrae want to know more.
How Lecrae, 116 Clique became Melanie Pieper fans
If the 116 Clique had a mascot, Melanie Pieper would wear the costume.
Pieper, a freshman at the University of South Florida, attended her 22nd concert by 116 Clique members when Lecrae and Andy Mineo performed in Orlando, Florida on Nov. 15 via The Anomaly Tour.
Rapzilla Asks Lecrae Who Reach Records Will Sign Next
In a recent interview with Lecrae we asked "who will Reach Records sign next?"
Video: Derek Minor - Who You Know
The first single produced by Dirty Rice, from Derek Minor's upcoming Empire release.
The song "Actions Speak Louder" debuted on iTunes Christian/Gospel singles chart at #2! This song is by the artist Swoope (Collision Records), and features Lecrae, Tedashii, and Jai. All of the proceeds that would go to the label and artists, are being donated to help build a 4th orphanage in Sudan. Help this mission succeed and help change the lives of Sudanese orphans by spending $0.99. You can listen to the song below, as well as click the Buy button to be directed to the song on iTunes.
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If you’ve experienced the Unashamed Tour, then you’ve also heard this song. Tedashii’s “Bury Me” featuring Lecrae just released at digital stores. It's an exclusive tour single which won't be featured on his upcoming album due next year. To listen to this song and purchase, click here.
Presenting the exclusive part one of the behind the scenes of Json’s "Parent Me" music video featuring J.R.!
Stay tuned for more updates on Json’s latest project City Lights! Visit JsonCityLights.com and click on the "Parent ME Blog" to see more behind the scenes of the "Parent Me" music video, artist interviews, and testimonies from Lecrae, R-Swift, Jai, and more!
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After sharing my concern and frustration with some colleagues regarding reading album reviews and their ratings over the years that received 4, 4.5, or 5 mics/stars that are in my opinion undeserving, I decided to publish my thoughts.
I grew up not knowing about Jesus, the church culture, or Christian music. I was saved in 2004, so up until that point I listened to mostly secular hip hop, rock, and some pop. I discovered hip hop when I was about 6 years old (1984). I really started studying hip hop, the production, the lyrics, reading every word in the liner notes, and reading magazines like The Source, XXL, Murder Dog, Vibe, etc. when I was in 8th grade. I gave up baseball card collecting and started to get deep into music and all that came with it.
Magazines really had a lot of weight with regards to news, rumors, independent highlights, and album ratings up until roughly 2005 - 2007. Some of those top hip hop magazines really gained a reputation of rating an album accurately. Some of those magazines were so trust worthy with their album reviews and ratings that you automatically went and bought an album if it got 4 mics or above. Given the audience that reads Rapzilla.com is probably 95% Christian, and a good amount of those Christians didn't listen to secular hip hop and aren't old enough to know most of the albums that I'm going to shed light on below, I don't expect this article to be of much impact with our reader base. But for those that are old enough, and do know the albums that I'm going to shed light on, and are album reviewers or work for media in Christian music, specifically Christian Hip Hop, I hope to make an impact.
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