Only a few months after their first collab on Martymar.'s free album 'Please Don't Make Me Look Bad', the infamous duo known as Social Club was born. Before Social Club, both Martymar. and F.E.R.N. had released projects of
We have compiled a long list of up and coming Christian artists doing Hip Hop music and over the last few months, narrowed down that list to 12. We'll be announcing our picks for our freshman of 2012 each day over the next
Leaving behind all inhibition, KJ-52 is charging back into the scene with his anticipated new release, Dangerous. Picking up where his Dove Award-winning "Five-Two Television" (2010 Rap/Hip Hop Album of the Year) left off, Jonah Sorrentino is back and bold as ever with his passionate call to be Dangerous. Having overcome many obstacles in his career with over 550,000 albums sold, the rapper cries out for people to be real, to share the love of Christ with others without restraint.
Teaming up with producers Ted T (Mute Math, Stacie Orrico) and Aaron Sprinkle (Jeremy Camp, Anberlin, Kutless), KJ-52 has outdone himself once again. He is known in the industry as an excellent performer, producer, and songwriter, and this release reaffirms all of the above. "Five-Two Television" proved that he was willing to take his critics head on, and Dangerous proves that he means it.
1. It's Going Down (ft. Canton Jones)
2. They Like Me (ft. Lecrae)
6. Shake Em Up (ft. This'l)
7. Do The Bill Cosby (ft. George Moss)
8. So Far Apart (ft. Emily of Shine Bright Baby)
9. Brand New Day
10. Speed That Light (ft. Rhema Soul)
11. That Was My Life (ft. Dre Murray)
Christian hip-hop record label, X-Hustler Music, has recently changed it’s name to Full Ride Music Group. The owner of Full Ride Music Group, Christian hip-hop artist, Thi’sl (I Hate You, My Radio On Drugs), has not only revised the name of the company, but has also
If you are familiar with the 'Rapzilla.com Presents ... King Kulture' compilation album that dropped January 31st then you know that one of the bangers on there was "Get Wise" by Sho Baraka (116, High Society Collective) and produced by Swoope (Collision Records, High Society Collective).
If you haven't heard it then shame on you, but you can listen by going here. Sho flew out to Portland to shoot this music video with the guys over at Humble Beast. We hope you enjoy the video and can help us give to the children's school in Kinshasa, Congo by purchasing the album on iTunes or AmazonMP3 or if you want a physical CD you can go to our official store