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My First Experience with Christian Hip Hop feat. Propaganda

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As part of Sketch the Journalist’s “CHH 101″ series of posts for about the history of the gospel rap movement, he’ll be sharing video interviews he’s conducted with some of the genre’s top names about their first experience with Christian hip hop.

In this third outing, you’ll hear about Propaganda’s early days as a believer surrounded by hip hop culture.

In this clip, the MC discusses:

  • Seeing Christian rap pioneers LPG break dance in West Covina, California
  • His surprise at hearing Christians participate in battle raps
  • How he got connected with KRS-ONE for a feature on the hip hop legend’s Life album

Propaganda’s First Experience with Christian hip hop:


Have you ever heard a Christian battle rap? Did it surprise or encourage you?


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Sketch the Journalist is a freelance hiphop writer living in the thriving country metropolis of Cut-N-Shoot, Texas. Down with gospel rap since Stephen Wiley’s “Bible Break” in 1986, he has chewed, reviewed, and interviewed most of Christian hiphop’s major players. Sketch holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Sam Houston State University and was once an intern at the New York Times Houston Bureau. You can follow Sketch on Twitter @Sketchthej or log-on to

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