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.
Rapper and teacher Dwayne Reed is at it again for the kids. Close to a year after his viral hit, "Welcome to the 4th Grade" dropped, he has now teamed up with Pharrell's i am OTHER and Old Navy to release a song and music video called "Welcome Back."
The Evolution Championship Series went down at the world famous Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas this past weekend. This year’s tournament, which ran from 7/14- 7/17, saw returning champions and newcomers alike travel across the globe in true Street Fighter fashion to see who was the best of the best at mashing the A button while doing a half moon on the D-Pad.
Actor Jamie Hector is among the most versatile faces you’ll see on your TV screen. He has been mainstays on shows such as “The Wire,” “Heroes,” and “Bosch” as well as in the films “He Got Game,” “Max Payne,” and “All Eyez on Me.” The Brooklyn born actor spoke to Rapzila.com about his faith, Moving Mountains organization, and his upcoming roles, most notably “Canal Street.”