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"Indie Gospel Flava Vol. 1" comprising of the Hottest new independent Christian artists on the planet! Shariffa Nyan, Dice Gamble, Pelle' Price, and Dauntee VellVett are some of the Award-winning and nominated recording artists that all have projects released and new projects in the making. According to Bar, Tackling the "corniness" sometimes attached to Gospel Rap and R&P was the feat to create this unique collaboration.
Hailing from the UK, S.O. is one of the most prominent and important emcees across the pond. Aside from around a decade in the game, he keeps pushing the envelope with thought-provoking Christ-centric music. His upcoming project Augustine's Legacy continues and hits hard with one of its first singles "White Jesus." Rapzilla's Luc DiMarzio spoke to S.O. about the meaning of the album and direction of music along with the buttons, he's pushing with "White Jesus" the single. This is part one.
Access to information without curation is a double-edged sword. We have access to technology that allows data to be transferred and available in our hands twenty-four hours a day. But information can be used to illuminate searching minds, or entrench ourselves in stubbornness. The current state of political, racial, and ideological division in America is proof that having data at our fingertips doesn't drive logical conclusions, consensus, or unity. America suffers from a crisis of conscious that has allowed racism to persist in an age where information, cultural education, and diverse relationships are just a click away.
New Orleans, Lousiana native Dee-1 describes himself as a man, a soldier, and someone on a mission to inspire people to be real, be righteous, and be relevant."I call myself Dee-1 because I feel like I was 'the one' that God chose to be in this game and reach people with my music." He spells Dee the way he does after his first name, David.
FLAME has been killing it in Christian rap music since the early 2000s. From his very beginnings until now, the emcee has stayed consistent and relevant in a genre that sees lots of change. Our own Luc DiMarzio had an opportunity to chop it up, and see what he's been up to.
The verdict is in, and it was determined FLAME and his team won the nearly 5 year legal battle against Katy Perry. It was reached that the beat to Perry's smash hit "Dark Horse" "improperly copied" FLAME's track "Joyful Noise."
It seems a Katy Perry lawsuit loss and an "unknown" rapper beating out Chance for the No. 1 spot on Billboard has thrust this "new phenomenon" known as Christian rap into the spotlight. Apparently, the ensuing traffic was enough that USA Today decided to create a list of Christian Rappers You Need to Know. All sarcastic tones aside, USA Today is the 14th most popular news site on the web, so that in itself is news. And whether they are bandwagoning clicks or not, is irrelevant, this is a good look for the artists.