Little is known about Trip Lee's upcoming album Rise, but today we received a release date. The Reach Records artist is scheduled to release the music he's "the most excited he's ever been about" on...
Free Download: Skrip - For Another Day
Skrip opens up on his new free download, "For Another Day".
St. Louis Rapper Thi’sl Takes Action After Michael Brown Killing
Thi’sl and his pastor Kenny Petty identify with the frustration in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson by protesters who demand justice for Michael Brown.
Social Club - Benjamin Trillington
They first brought you "Chocolate Bobka", now Beat Politicians producer D-Flow and Social Club hit you with a new, nasty, bass heavy single, "Benjamin Trillington".
Canon Details Every Song on His Next Project ‘Loose Canon Vol. 2’
Features on the project will include his Reflection Music Group label mate Derek Minor, as well as Social Club and Reconcile. Here’s a breakdown of the eight songs on LCV2.
How do you inspire a record label with over 120 gold and platinum records and 20 Grammy Awards to try something new?
Ask Reach Records.
Two years ago, Lecrae and Ben Washer’s independent label moved Brad O’Donnell, SVP A&R at Capitol Christian Music Group, to pursue a hip-hop artist.
“They were the ones who showed the Christian—and general market, by the way—that there was an audience hungry for music like this,” O’Donnell told Rapzilla. “It was not only with the music, but I was impressed with the artists as people and what they stood for.”
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“Don’t be in a hurry to go to court. For what will you do in the end if your neighbor deals you a shameful defeat?” – Proverbs 25:8
By now, and if you are reading this article, you are probably aware of the biggest news to hit the Christian Hip Hop airwaves in a long time: the lawsuit filed by Flame against Katy Perry in which he alleges that she infringed the copyright for his song, “Joyful Noise”. While not much else has been reported regarding the pending lawsuit, there has been a swarm of commentary surrounding it. The comments have ranged from incredulity that Flame would sue an artist as big as Katy Perry to disdain that a Christian is filing a lawsuit, but regardless of what side of the spectrum an individual may lie, one question invariably finds itself into all discussions: “Should Christians sue?”
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