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Today’s New Releases: November 4, 2016

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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, singles and digital music outlets (iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Bandcamp, etc).

Canon – Loose Canon, Vol. 3

iTunes | Album Review

Singles: “Eagles” | “The Family” | “Over Do It” feat. Derek Minor

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RMG’s Canon returns with the third installment to his Loose Canon series. After a near fatal fall in 2014, it is great to have Canon back in action and delivering more high energy music for fans to enjoy.

God’s Servant – All Glory Goes

iTunes

Single: “The Heavens Declare” feat. S.O.

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God’s Servant returns with All Glory Goes, a project in which he encourages believers to boast in the Lord and give Him all of the glory. This is his first project since his 2014 Diadem album.

Aaron Cole – If I Can Be Honest

iTunes | Spotify

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Virginia-based rapper Aaron Cole releases his EP If I Can Be Honest to much anticipation. Cole is an up-and-coming artist who has some strong backing behind him with his project featuring Th3 Saga, Derek Minor and Kaleb Mitchell.

Diamone – Between the Moment

EP Details | Diamonemusic.com

Singles: “Colors” | “Towers”

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Diamone returns to the music scene with her new EP Between the Moment. The singer is known for being the voice on many early Reach Records songs like “I Did It For You”, “More”, “Invisible”, “Intimacy”, “Gotta Believe”, and Sho Baraka’s “Nicodemus”.

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