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Aug 2008

Written by Philip Rood   
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Soul Deep Ministries is excited to announce the release of Rawsrvnt’s latest studio album Breathe, available August 19th, 2008.  In celebration of the release of the video and the success of the song, we have put together a 15-song album packed with exclusive fan favorite remixes, instrumentals, and acapella’s from Rawsrvnt’s worship album In Rare Form. 


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31
Jul 2008

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Can Christian hip-hop make it in Green Country's urban markets?
If local rapper Fedel has anything to do with it, yes it can.

Last week, his newly minted single, "Tell a Friend," was voted the No. 1 song on Tulsa's 105.3 KJamz nightly top eight countdown. "Being that I'm a Christian artist — a Christian hip-hop artist at that — this is a huge accomplishment that I don't take for granted," he said in a recent e-mail to the Tulsa World. He thanks primetime DJ, Ramal, for the break.

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30
Jul 2008

Written by Philip Rood   

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Braille added a new song on his myspace page called "HeartFelt" which is a feature for DJ Tone Spliff album, that will be dropping later this year titled "Authentic." Braille comments on the new song "This "HeartFelt" track definitely has some personal lyrics. I don't really force most of my feature appearances, I just rap about whatever I'm thinking/feeling at the moment. Hope you enjoy."

Braille also announced that every now and then he is going to throw rough drafts, features and exclusives up on his myspace. Sharing new music fresh after he creates it.



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30
Jul 2008

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The lights dim over the standing room only crowd. The room is thick with an air of anticipation. A voice sprinkled with strong vibrato and a touch of old school R&B rings out. The crowd goes wild! The voice rings out again, this time with twice the intensity. The crowd screams as the young, but clearly seasoned artist known as Canton Jones points the microphone toward the audience and another unforgettable musical experience begins…



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30
Jul 2008

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 The music business in Nigeria is changing as Evangelists turn from traditional gospel music to mainstream to ensure that the Gospel itself is spread to as many as possible through Hip-Hop.  One of the acts involved in this new wave of Gospel is the Rooftop MC’s, which consist of two young men called Kunie Adeyoola (Soulsnatcha) and Olaitan Hughes (Sokleva).

Both grew up with spiritual influences that made them gravitate towards the music industry, and they decided that their sound would be Hip-Hop and their lyrics Gospel.

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Jul 2008
 
29
Jul 2008

Written by Cross Movement Records   

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The Ambassador - The Chop Chop:From Milk To meat Are you ready for The Chop Chop?  The what? The Chop Chop: From Milk to Meat is both an invitation and an exhortation from Christian hip hop pioneer The Ambassador to rally up with those who are hungry for truth and determined to mature.



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28
Jul 2008

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Hollistah, whose real name is James Curtis, is a Salina native who has spent the last several years building a music career by mixing the beat of street-smart urban rap with spiritually uplifting Christian rock. He has released one CD, "So Far," and is in the process of completing a new CD, "Got Cash."

Now he's hoping to get cash for a good cause. Curtis will be the featured performer at "From Saline to Helene: An Unplugged Benefit," a fundraiser for Honduras relief efforts.

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20
Jul 2008

Written by Philip Rood   
Nine months after Back to Dust the Deepspace5/Tunnel Rat Sev Statik delivers a brand new album 'Shotgun' featuring 12 studio tracks. Features songs with Playdough, Manasseh, Jasper Brown, Gideon, Eternia and Has-Lo. Production by MuzeONE, Dave Santos, Dust, JLog1c, Mattman and Amen Raw.


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18
Jul 2008

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In January of 2008, gospel rapper Lavoisier released an explosive video on YouTube that quickly became the center of controversy among hip hop supporters and detractors alike.  The fifteen minute video, entitled “Rap Terrorist Goes To School,” featured Lavoisier in a Brooklyn, NY school classroom, talking to junior high kids about the integrity of prominent rappers and the validity of their lyrics.  Artists including T.I., Nas, and 50 Cent were quoted and openly discussed with sixth and seventh graders, who represent a large and overlooked fan base of impressionable young listeners.  The video drew both praise and criticism, including responses from those within the Hip Hop industry.



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