Tre Cosmo's self-produced new single "LIGHT IT UP" is an exciting, upbeat hip hop dance track used to promote the light of Christ and to ban together other artists with the same intentions as the Houston-based producer/rapper/singer.
Phanatik, Christian hip-hop veteran and member of the pioneer group Cross Movement, released a thought-provoking single "Navigating The N Word" to go along with his latest book of the same name and subject.
Singer-songwriter Uriah, who has had a series of sporadic releases over the past 5 years, dropped the first single, "Abednego", from his upcoming album. The song, produced by Penacho, will be on his Morals of a Mortal project releasing October 21.
Los Angeles artist The Voice, who released his debut album in 2011 which earned him a spot in that year's Freshmen list, dropped a new single. The track called "Angels Sing" is produced by GRoc and will be on The Voice's sophomore album, set to release in the first quarter of 2017 from Vine Style Records.
After a two year hiatus, acclaimed Christian hip-hop artist Andalé (pronounced un-da-lay) returns with “Phenomenal,” his first release since signing with G.Favored Entertainment Group in partnership with Dream Records and Capitol Christian Distribution.
A Rapzilla.com premiere, Canon gives another taste of his upcoming album with Derek Minor featured track, "Over Do it". The anthemic song, self-produced by Canon, will be on his Loose Canon Vol. 3 project, releasing November 4.