The product of a broken home, Kevin Burgess aka KB, has seen a lot in his 24 years. Having lived in the Suburbs as well as the hood, he’s seen both sides of the tracks.
In our part 1 of our interview with KB, we discussed the sales success of Weight & Glory, the pressure of releasing an album on Reach Records, how he got into Christian Hip Hop and collaborating with Flame.
In part 2, he shares his thoughts on the “Christian Rapper/ Rapper that’s Christian” Discussion involving some of his label mates, Lecrae and Trip Lee, as well as books that have helped shape his world view.
You can check out Part 2 of our interview below as we discuss:
In Part 2, we spoke with KB about:
- (00:39) – His support for Lecrae and Trip Lee dropping the “Christian Rapper Label”
- (02:24) – He won’t shy from the Christian Rapper label
- (03:08) – Specific boxers whose professional identity includes their faith
- (06:00) – The importance for those attaching to faith to their profession to operate in excellence
- (08:24) – The Motivations behind dropping the Christian Rapper label
- (11:22) – Books that have helped shape his world view
- (12:32) – Dealing difficult spiritual season he experienced while recording Weight & Glory
- (14:36) – The upcoming Unashamed Tour
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