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Posts Tagged ‘Gospel’

Exodus Swift is very inspirational taking on personal, religious and political issues

It may seem like overnight success for the Detroit based gospel rap artist. But in reality Exodus Swift has put out more albums in the past five years than Jay Z has released in twelve years. Although some of his earlier work w...


Tha Wreking Ball: “Say Hello To Tha Good Guy” – bringing hip hop back to its roots

Modern rap is absolutely in trouble. From the two to four words in the entire writing, or the repetitive repulsive language, it’s just bad. Old school hip-hop actually made sense. Granted, it has bad language, but there w...



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Junichi Arima: “23 Summit Ave – In Your Ear” – Thoughtful, beautiful, emotive and well-produced.

Berklee College of Music awarded Junichi the merit-based World Tour Scholarship. Junichi Arima is a young extraordinary bassist, composer and educator who has already made a big name for himself on the East Coast and in Japan. ...



Yung Saintz: ‘Untold Stories’ a Hip-Hop Duo With a Brand New Approach

The Yung Saintz are a hip-hop duo with a brand new approach: Unlike most of the stereotype-driven rap scene, this pair of performers set out to make music with a positive mindset. Often described as energizing, inspirational,...


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Elizabeth Green Townsend: ‘My King Jesus’ Sticks to the Faith and Leaves the Modern Technicalities at the Door

Elizabeth Green Townsend has been writing and singing for a long time, and started as a child in church. Elizabeth discovered her faith at a young age and says that the song “My King Jesus” is one of the songs the Lord gave...