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Album Review: Roy Tosh – Death Before Love

Disclaimer: All views presented in this review are those of the reviewer and not of DJ Wade-O

A phrase that has made rounds through our society is “Death Before Dishonor”, often used to portray a certain toughness to one's character or motives. But, I bet you've never heard someone say Read More →

Album Review: Gemstones – Blind Elephant

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In the Christian hip hop world, fans go two ways with people that used to be a part of the secular or mainstream world of hip hop. The first approach is caution. "Are they Read More →

Album Review: SPEC – Vacancy

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The job of a producer/engineer is to work the magic in the creation phase of birthing music – to play the background that allows you to enjoy your favorite songs. It hasn't been Read More →

Album Review: Fedel – FLAW

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Fedel has been one of the more consistent and under appreciated artists in all of CHH. He has been flying slightly under the radar since 2008, when his debut album I Read More →

Today’s New Releases: April 28, 2015

For up to date information on past and future Christian Hip-Hop releases, check out our new Album Release Calendar. Our calendar is a comprehensive stop for CHH news with links to album reviews, interviews, and digital music outlets (iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Bandcamp, etc).

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Album Review: Alex Faith & Dre Murray – Southern Lights: Overexposed

Disclaimer: All views presented in this review are those of the reviewer and not of DJ Wade-O

For fans, collaborations are one of the most exciting parts of hip-hop. Fans will rush to websites to see the track listing of a record just to see what collaborations will take place. Read More →

Album Review: James Gardin – Living Daylights

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James Gardin (formerly known as P.H.I.L.T.H.Y.) isn't new to the rap scene. His past efforts in releasing independent music have garnered the Read More →

EP Review: Chris Cobbins – August Season (Take One)

Disclaimer: All views presented in this EP Review are those of the reviewer and not of DJ Wade-O

Chris Cobbins made a mark in the music scene as a great hook singer, but quickly showed that he has the ability to make songs that deserve hitting the play button Read More →

Album Review: Ruslan – Do For One

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Ruslan has had a pretty stellar career up to this point. He's behind creating two of the most lyrically gifted and talented groups CHH has ever seen – theBREAX and Dream Read More →

Album Review: The Battery – The Change Up

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“I'm a west coast behemoth that you ain’t never heard of before.”

Jurny Big spits this in a quick intro before the track “HisShoes,” from the new album The Change-Up, by Read More →

Album Review: Sean C. Johnson – Circa 1993

Disclaimer: All views presented in this Album Review are those of the reviewer and not of DJ Wade-O If you wanted soul with a message, since 2005, one of the only voices within the Urban Gospel/CHH arena, that filled this category, was Sean C. Johnson. The marriage of his smooth Read More →

Album Review: Json – No Filter

Disclaimer: All views presented in this Album Review are those of the reviewer and not of DJ Wade-O

Identity. It’s a hard thing to wrestle with. Understanding who we are, but most importantly whose we are. And in a media driven society, where the world’s standard of beauty is being Read More →

Album Review: Skrip – Renegades Never Die

Disclaimer: All views presented in this Album Review are those of the reviewer and not of DJ Wade-O 

Renegade. The word means, “A person who deserts and betrays an organizations, country, or set of principles; changing allegiances." A fitting part of an album title for an artist who is signed Read More →

Album Review: The Yunion Presents Chris Lawson – Bow Down

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When I think of what the Christian/Gospel genre has been offering for years, I never think of anything soulful. Not soulful meaning full of The Holy Spirit, but musical soul. The closest Read More →

Album Review: Derek Minor – Empire

Disclaimer: All views presented in this Album Review are those of the reviewer and not of DJ Wade-O 

In the business world, momentum can be everything. When momentum is growing, a company has a choice. They can keep doing what they are doing to try and keep the momentum. Or, Read More →