CONFIRMED NATIONAL & UNDERGROUND ARTISTS: 116 Clique, Lecrae, R-Swift, Mars ill... (read more to view the complete list)Add a comment
Eric Cross will be dropping "The Signature" next year in 2009. "The Signature is defined as "an authentic representation of who I am in Christ" says Eric. Producers include Tony Stone, Wax Poetic, Jermaine the producer, Iq Da beat genius, Teddy P, Battle Axe and many more.Add a comment
S.O.U.LMAG just dropped two brand new 84 page issues (#11 and #12). Issue #11 will be dropping in news stands later this month as Christopher "PLAY" Martin is on the cover. This issue also features the lower case MC shai linne and his new project "The Atonement" along with Canton Jones and Ohmega Watts among several others. But, it's not only about music as there are articles on ministry, resources, defending the faith, a new fashion section, and even an urban look on politics.Add a comment
After seven years in the music ministry with great success, Grammy Nominee, Mr. Del, announces the multi-million dollar deal he has inked with Universal Distribution. Formerly a member of the Oscar winning, platinum selling secular rap group Three-Six-Mafia, Mr. Del CEO/recording artist of Holy South Records as well as a recording artist for EMI, has begun a new and innovative conference called, “The Rapture: Holy Hip-Hop Conference.”Add a comment
October 31st is the official release date for Pro’s "Blackout" album.” Black Out is the first original solo LP from C.L.E’s Christian Hip Hop/Real Hop artist Pro. After a huge response from mixtapes and cameos the time has finally arrived for Pro to compete in the mainstream arena.Add a comment
Hip-hop music has been blamed by the government and media as being a key factor for influencing violent youth culture in the UK. Christian rap artists are giving the genre of music a whole new influence.
Rap, garage and grime music are constantly accused of being a major factor in gun and knife crime on our UK streets - because of some of the lyrics and images that glamorise guns, gangs and a get rich quick lifestyle.
However, urban Christian hip-hop/grime music that contains messages of hope, faith and the philosophy of turning the other cheek is emerging on a big scale as being an effective tool used to engage with young people, and be part of the solution to the escalating violence in our inner cities.