Posts tagged "Cross Movement"

#Wade428 – Making Sense of 116 & Unashamed

Laide Mak and D.Royul join Wade-O, to discuss what’s happening right now with Reach Records and their decision to change their mission statement.

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Call to Prayer for DJ Official’s Potential Lung Transplant

Earlier today legendary Christian Hip Hop figure DJ Official shared that in the next 2 weeks he will find out if he is a candidate for a lung transplant. As many of you may remember, almost 2 years ago DJ Official shared a blog post about his career as Read More →

#WadeO380 – KJ-52 In-Studio

The OG, the legend, KJ-52 joins us in studio to talk about the industry. Plus we get him on the mic to drop a mean freestyle.

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New Music: K-Drama – “What You Know About” (Cross Movement Remix)

Artist: K-Drama Song: "What You Know About" (“Know Me (Huh What)” Remix) Project: #TBTMusicSeries For the 7th song in his weekly #TBTMusicSeries K-Drama remixed the classic song "Know Me (Huh What)" by The Cross Movement. Fans of Christian Hip-Hop are enjoying the track's rich recounting of the sub-genre's history, naming a number of classic artists Read More →

New Music: Atiba Halisi – “Woosah Remix” feat. Angie Rose, Tower & Gramm

Artist: Atiba Halisi Featured Artists: Angie Rose, Tower & Gramm Song: "Woosah Remix" Producer: Tone Jonez Label: Life Music Philadelphia artist Atiba Halisi dropped the remix to his popular single "Woosah" on Soundcloud today. Atiba was apprenticed under Cross Movement members and has released 2 mixtapes, the latest being 2014's The Understudy.  Download & stream "Woosah Remix" below:

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New Video: Atiba Halisi – “Woosah”

Artist: Atibi Halisi Song: "Woosah" Producer: Tone Jonez Album: The Understudy Album Release Date: November 18, 2014 Label: Life Music Philly native Atiba Halisi (fka Phien) is a former battle rapper who became convicted to rap about the life that he was actually living. He was an apprentice under Cross Movement members and released two Read More →

My First Experience with Christian Hip Hop feat. J. Paul

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.
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Bible Break: 10 Great Scripture Stories In Rap

Rappers retelling Bible stories - it’s what many people who don’t listen to the music think about when they hear the term “Christian hip hop.” We know it’s not exclusively (or even mostly) that, but it’s also a type of song ideally suited to members of this community of faith. Christian Read More →

Clear Sight Music Signs St. Louis Rapper Mike REAL

PRESS RELEASE STATEMENT: Clear Sight Music, (St. Louis, MO): Grammy-nominated artist, Flame, signs a new artist to his boutique label, Clear Sight Music. Hip-hop artist Mike REAL will join the Clear Sight Music roster which currently houses artists Flame and V.Rose. Mike REAL was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. He Read More →

One Route Entertainment Artist Eric Cross Re-emerges with Inspiring New Album ‘The Unknown’

PRESS RELEASE STATEMENT: Milwaukee native Eric Cross first appeared on the hip hop scene in 2006 and quickly gained popularity in his area, even being named as Milwaukee's holy hip hop artist of the year. He has recorded songs and shared stages with Pettidee, Cross Movement, and Read More →

Top 10 Songs Packed With Lyrical Theology

One of my favorite things about Christian hip hop is that it has the ability to actually educate the believer. There are songs that are great for concerts and dancing, but there are also songs that can make you think, reflect, and learn. Theology is simply the study of God or Read More →

Shai Linne: How 2 Parties Changed Him

To an 18-year-old Shai Linne, you’d have to be high on LSD to think he'd become a Christian hip-hop pioneer and release an album titled Lyrical Theology Pt. II: Doxology. Linne loved hip hop. But he would’ve regarded the subgenre of Christian hip hop an oxymoron, if he had any awareness Read More →
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