Video Interview: KB shares story behind suicide song 'Calling You'
"Calling You," track No. 9 of KB's album that released this week, Tomorrow We Live, tells the story of a suicide, and the Reach Records artist told Rapzilla.com in Trinidad about the real events that inspired the song.
Video: 'Southern Lights: Overexposed' visual album
Collision Records has released the first visual album in Christian hip hop history for Alex Faith and Dre Murray's upcoming album Southern Lights: Overexposed.
Video: Canon performs for first time since 40-foot fall
On one leg, Canon performed in Trinidad this weekend for the first time since he fell 40 feet and suffered a shattered ankle, broken jaw and concussion.
Review: KB - Tomorrow We Live
Whereas the artist we encountered on Weight & Glory was confident, cocksure and comfortable in his lane, Tomorrow We Live’s KB has more to prove.
We've all experienced it before. One of our favorite emcees or groups is about to drop a new album. We get hyped about it as we think about the first album they released, which came out two years ago, but is still in heavy rotation on our iPod. Their first project had such an impact on us that we remember exactly where we were when we first listened to it. We've loved the songs they've recently featured on and now the moment is here. The new one is ready to drop. We can't wait to hear them spit over new beats and, in new ways, recapture the feeling we had when we first heard them. We didn't even listen to any of the previews that already came out because we want to hear the project as a whole for the very first time. It's Monday and we know that it will be available for download at midnight. Like a kid on Christmas morning, when midnight strikes, we rush to iTunes to download it, turn off our phone, run out to the car so we can play it in the best sound system we have, crank up the volume and drive around while we listen, fully prepared to hit rewind when necessary. And then the unthinkable happens: the emcee switched up his style! What's going on? The beats sound different. They're a talented group, so it's not completely wack, but what happened?
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July 18, 2011—Xist Music is proud to announce the signing of MOBO Award Winning Gospel artist Jahaziel to a recording contract. Widely considered one of the most talented and innovative Hip Hop artists in the UK and internationally, Jahaziel has been causing a stir on the Christian hip hop music scene for almost a decade.
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