5 Under 5k Newcomers

#5Under5k – AB, Gospel Lee, Reggie Rocc, Prominence, Loovy

November 7, 2018

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#5Under5k – AB, Gospel Lee, Reggie Rocc, Prominence, Loovy

A.B.

Phoenix resident A.B. has been making silent waves in the industry with his latest project “Stories From Depression” produced by Wayne Klassik. Wayne Klassik has produced projects for Gospel Lee as well who is also featured on our 5 under 5k for October. His craft is not to be tested and his style is unique, standing on it’s own feet in the noisy environment of Christian music. If you haven’t heard his project already, be sure to check it out and don’t sleep on this upcomer.

Gospel Lee

Gospel Lee is an individual who deeply believes in “bringing light to dark places” through culturally-relevant, God-honoring Hip-Hop. He has spent time carefully crafting his raw, energetic, emotional sound into one of unbridled passion; as heard in gospel lee’s razor-sharp, rapid-fire delivery. His sound possesses a progressive sense of responsibility that is completely unashamed. His newest project “C2G” released in mid September.

Reggie Rocc

Reggie Rocc is a soulful lyricist, who able to attract a wide range of listeners with his melodic sound and transparency. His music speaks directly to those who struggle with God, identity, broken spirits, and various life situations. His sophomore album, “Project Love Letter” just dropped summer 2018.

Prominence

The Lynchburg, VA artist is motivated by the idea “Preach Christ and use words if necessary.” His focus will never waiver and his goal is winning souls off the streets. He believes God has given the tools through music to reach the lost in different areas around the world. Prominence’s first album, “Levelheaded” just came out in September.

Loovy

Loovy (aka Loovy Casso) has been putting in work for a minute. He’s upped his game recently and has dropped numerous freestyles, music videos, and a mixtape just last month. Stay on the look out for this southside Chicago emcee. He’s too dope to remain under the radar for too long.

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