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|Tue, February 13, 2018 at 7:22 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Christian Hip-Hop and the N-Word: a Distraction or Expression?
I know, I know. The second the infamous N-word is mentioned people start to yell - let's not do that. We're going to keep our voices at a tolerable level and instead have a discussion led by grace and backed by scripture.
Before we begin we need to lay down the foundation. The N-word is a word that has a horrendously violent, racist, and vulgar past. It was a word attributed to folks with Black skin and in this country, was originally used as a slur by White people towards Blacks. While the history is important - the purpose of this article is not to discuss who can and cannot say this word
Hip-hop artist FLAME recently revealed that his album God Knows will be arriving March 5th, now he's also dropped the preorder link and revealed the tracklist.
PRE-ORDER: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/god... Flame to release new album GOD KNOWS on March 2, 2018.
19-Year-Old Hip-Hop artist Rockstar Jt is on a roll after recently being named one of the Rapzilla 2018 Freshmen, and is planning on releasing a mixtape Streets Signed Me on February 16th.
Jt recently released his lead single from the project "Getcha Weight Up," featuring Big Yae, CBM Muley, and Cet Dollar.
Streets Signed Me Tracklist:
1. Streets Signed Me
2. Bricks For Tha Low
3. Getcha' Weight Up (feat. Big Yae , Cet Dollar, CBM Muley)
4. Momma Speaks
5. All I Ever Wanted
6. Whippin' Dat Work (feat. Surf Gvng)
7. Rockstar Lifestyle
8. Hey, God (feat. Montell Fish & Big Yae)
God Over Money Introduces New Member
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! The God Over Money squad has started 2018 by adding a new member to the team. K. Allico , formerly known to many in the CHH community as T-Strike, looks to bring a new style and sound the movement while continuing to bring the same Truth Music we love!
YB SETS TONE FOR 2018 WITH AWE-INSPIRING NEW SINGLE "LOVE COST"
What happened to us? That is a question YB asks listeners in his latest single, "Love Cost." The talented lyricist targets the division of our society in his new track. After the success of previous single, "Rearview Mirror" which premiered in the popular music outlet EARMILK, he enters 2018 with intentions of keeping the momentum rolling.
"Mass shootings, when we get so ruthless? The little ones watching but we more concerned with the movement. We more concerned with the judging. We more concerned with the colors. We more concerned about being concerned that we ain't concerned about nothing." YB has a critical analysis of people in the world today. His opening verse is a fervent display of frustration. He continues his verbal onslaught with rhymes about self-indulgence and arrogance. "Too many I, am, me, not enough us and we. Divisions in the air, I can't breathe." The lyrics keep the listener engaged as the track digs deeper into its theme.
When asked about "Love Cost" YB said, "in our time of making music, it's easy for an artist to settle for the head nod. I want to give people quality music but never at the cost of truth." The Pine Bluff, Arkansas born artist hopes listeners will take heed to his message of loving your neighbor as yourself.
"Love Cost" will be featured on his forthcoming album God Still Has Soldiers 2 will be available on March 7th.
|Mon, January 15, 2018 at 12:28 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
1K Phew is among a new breed of Atlanta artists taking the trap sensibility and elevating it to great effect. His smooth delivery and evocative vocal tone pair well with the bouncy, energetic production that defines his sound. At just 23 years old, Phew's rise from a local rapper with swagger to compelling artist equipped with a message has been refreshing to watch. He's fun and engaging, no doubt, but he's so much more. As evidenced by his mixtapes Sunday Night (2015) and Life (2016), Phew's got plenty of swag and wisdom to impart, and people are beginning to connect with his candid approach. There's a sense of transparency that comes through in his music, a kind of refined rawness that can only be gained through experience and honing your craft. To let him tell it: "I'm not worried about being politically correct. I just want to give people the real. That's where the 1K comes from, always keeping it 1,000 no matter what."