How a stray bullet, ‘crazy’ faith and Lecrae played roles in story behind Legacy Conference
Brian Dye traced the trajectory of a stray bullet lodged in his bedroom wall to a hole in the roof. His wife, Heidi, began to shake.
Expectations of 16-year-old Kaleb Mitchell are sky high after debut
As 16-year-old Kaleb Mitchell dropped his first solo project, Soliloquy, on July 10, there was little doubt in his colleagues’ mind that he has a bright future.
Ex-stoner Jarry Manna’s music is earning high praise
“A few months ago while in a session working on Andy Mineo's new album, there was a discussion on the next generation of talent,” Street said. “I played his music for Andy, Alex Medina, Dirty Rice and a few others. Everybody was impressed.”
Meet KB and Natalie Lauren’s protégé: Joseph Solomon
“I was about to sign to Frontline as their first singer last year, but then KB jumped in and was like, ‘I would love to take you on as an artist.’”
Bizzle's debut album 'Tough Love & Parables' is still making noise well beyond the release date of 06-21-11. Recently it has been placed in the most coveted spot in any section, which is the "Swoosh," (above) and is the first thing you see when you go to the Hip Hop / Rap section in iTunes."
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"Life Is Komplicated", the first episode of Hell's Paradise II: The Mask Parade is now available for download on iTunes.
On "Life Is Komplicated," Wit & Dre are joined by a diverse cast including the likes of Sean C. Johnson, Wize of the Frontlynaz, and Kelly Kelz. And escorting you into the realm of Hell's Paradise will be none other than Eshon Burgundy.
On July 5, 2011 Wit & Dre Murray will unveil the follow up to their project, Hell's Paradise. This time around the duo has decided to do things a little differently. Instead of dropping a traditional, album-length Hell's Paradise project, they have decided to release a new project each month until 2012.
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"I got some tragic news today. Real manhood has died they say. But you can wipe your tears away. A revolution is formed; another will be born!"
There's an ongoing war within urban culture. Confusion over what manhood is has plagued our cities, families and lives. The concept of a biblical man has been lost in our generation. Unfortunately, many churches struggle to provide its urban members, much less those beyond their walls, with a tangible definition of a real man.
In partnership with ReachLife Ministries and Reach Records, Man Up is a new campaign, calling men in the hip-hop culture to true biblical manhood–summed up by leading courageously, rejecting passivity, accepting responsibility and pursuing humility, through repentance and faith in Christ.
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