10 Indie Christian Rap Tracks You Need to Hear This Week
Welcome to the first installment of the “10 Indie Christian Rap Tracks You Need to Hear This Week.” Every week I’ll be delivering you 10 artists that deserve your attention. Make sure you support, follow & share these upcoming artists!
Hector Dominguez – Contra Mi. The truth remains the same no matter the language. If God be for me, who can be against me? Press play on this encouragement as often as possible!
William Cata – Babylon. Quintessential New York rap. I’ve been impressed with so much of Cata’s work. His style reminds me of many prominent NY artist of the early 2000s. If this continues we could have a new King of NY.
Josiah Lowe – Firetamers. Even though I’m in the middle of a NY winter; I can’t help but look forward to spring. This track transports me right to the beach in LA. Thank you, Josiah!
Zay Marr – Family. I’m a sucka for transparency! Artists like Zay immediately grab my attention with true stories of difficult but true situations that many don’t experience. Prayers up for ya fam Zay.
GS – The Comeback. Sicka than ya average!!! This is probably my favorite song this week! I fully enjoyed everything in this joint. The beat is fire, the hook is fire, verses fire… I mean what else could you ask for???
JP Killed It – All Praise. JP really did kill this. He has an almost veteran presence in All Praise. His vocals and the beat mesh perfectly. This is the first I’m hearing of JP and I’m ready to hear more.
T-Prophet – CHH. Have you ever liked a song but wondered if the artist is in CHH? There’s nothing to guess about that on this track. T-Prophet is very clear about his motives on this one!
PLM – Relations. Aww, young love… When I hear this I immediately think of the verse that warns us of “awaking love before its appointed time.” I salute these young men who speak on the importance of taking things slow in relationships. Shout out to @NatTheGoat for putting me onto this one.
Mike Teezy – Going Bad (Remix). His flow isn’t quite as fast as Twista but in the same vain his flow is a standout on this! My only wish is that we got 3 mins of straight bars! Keep an eye out for Mike.
Lathan Warlick – Break You. This song is super relevant in my life right now. We can’t allow others to negatively affect our actions. Stand strong as the Lord continues to grow you. He will never forsake us!
Which of these Christian Rap tracks do you like the most?
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