Ty Brasel is a man on a mission to create the absolute best music he possibly can that makes himself, the fans, and most importantly, God, happy. His newest record, Young T, is a testament to hard work, labored writing, and an earnestness to please God through music.
Today's Throwback Thursday take's us all the way to 1990's The Lyrical Strength of One Street Poet by D-Boy. And while you may not have heard of the name D-Boy, his significance was huge in the development of early Christian hip-hop.
It’s been a little over a month since Ty Brasel released his first full-length album Young T and he has thus far been pretty hush-hush about the meaning and concepts behind the record. Ty recently spoke to rapzilla.com and we were slowly able to pull a little bit of meaning to this record out of him. However, he was purposely vague about some tracks and said he would reveal what everything means in maybe six months to a year from now.
Christian rap artist Illijam penned a wonderful editorial/devotional that sheds some light on how disagreements were handled in the Bible. This article was inspired by Shai Linne's "Random Thoughts 3" and the ongoing dialogue it's caused about Lecrae, Reach Records, and the response by Ruslan and the Christian hip-hop community alike.