In hip hop's modern era, the quality of lyricism is decreasing, and the quantity of new music is increasing. Only a remnant of artists now manage to release projects rapidly without sacrificing their pen games.
Social Club Misfits' Fern and Marty appeared on Sway Calloway's radio show Sway in the Morning where they spoke about the new album The Misadventures of Fern & Marty, Fern's time in prison, being yourself, and they even freestyled a bit at the end.
Legendary emcee from The Cross Movement, John “The Tonic” Wells wanted to pay the new generation of Christian hip-hop and its listeners a little visit into his experiences navigating Christianity, music, and ministry. Wells penned this open letter of sorts to Rapzilla, and wants to continue to be a voice for the future to listen to.
Today's Throwback Thursday takes us back to 2001, when DC Talk's Kevin Max released his first solo album, Stereotype Be. One of Max's singles off the record was a song called "Existence," which featured a rap from GRITS member Coffee Jones.
Oklahoma City-based DJ and Die Daily member, Dj DB405 released a music video for "Gang Gang," featuring Kadence, off his latest free project Lapwing Rd. which dropped exclusively from Rapzilla.com in November.