Rapzilla.com Live with Chris Chicago - Ep. 35 ft. KB
KB is the featured interview on our 35th episode of Rapzilla.com Live with Chris Chicago! We interview him about his new "Tempo" tour and upcoming album, and give you the latest news with our "What's Poppin" segment.
The Ambassador on what inspired his song 'Deserter'
An eerie track on The Ambassador’s last project, Hor d'oeuvres, should make you pay extra attention to his new album When Sacred Meets Secular.
On Hor d'oeuvres, which dropped in Aug. 2013, The Ambassador recorded a song called “Deserter”, which warned professing Christians about deserting the faith.
Lecrae goes Gold: 'Anomaly' sells half a million units
The Recording Industry Association of America has announced that Lecrae's seventh studio album, Anomaly, is now certified Gold.
To go Gold, an album must sell 500,000 units. Other hip-hop artists whose albums have gone Gold over the past year include Meek Mill, Childish Gambino and Wale.
Lamp Mode reveals release date, tracklist, cover of 'Dead Heroes'
Lamp Mode Recordings announced its next release on Monday: a self-titled EP by Json's new group, Dead Heroes.
Json is joined on Dead Heroes by Tory Starks, theBoyWord, Nico Wells and producer DeeOnTheTrack.
On top of that, suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death for 15- to 24-year-old Americans! Despite all these eye opening statistics not too many rappers choose to talk about this topic. That is why Believin Stephen teamed up with Japhia Life and Leah Smith to bring awareness to this sensitive issue on his single called "Suicide". In this video directed by Insight, Stephen sympathizes with those who wrestle with feeling worthless and suicidal. He vividly paints the picture of his own experience with suicidal thoughts and how God rescued him out of depression. Japhia Life passionately delivers his regret of seeing one of his best friends take his own life. Leah Smith's graceful voice adds a heart --touching hook. Stephen is known for conveying his emotions on his songs but this is the most personal and touching song he has ever released. The song is on his upcoming album "The Suffering Servant" which released on December 14, 2010.
Purchase 'The Suffering Servant' which contains "Suicide" on iTunes or AmazonMP3
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