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Wade-O Radio Tweets of the Week – Oct. 21 – 28

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Thank you for taking the time to check out Tweets of the Week. Every week we search through the Twittersphere to bring you 3- 5 tweets that you should be paying attention to.

JGivens shows love to CHH pioneer and beatmaker Peace586. In the early days of CHH, Peace586 laid ground work and provided great tracks for GOOD Christian Hip Hop. He also gained notoriety for his work with the Tunnel Rats. Check out his latest release, The Honeybee. All proceeds will be donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

MTV hooked up with Kirk Franklin for a short documentary detailing his story of bridging Hip Hop with Gospel music. The documentary also dives into the criticism Franklin faced from Christians about his relationship with Kanye West. It is a great piece that reflects on Kirk Franklin as the man and not just the musician.

BJ Thompson has been running with the 1-1-6 Clique from the beginning, and is known to drop nuggets on Twitter. In this tweet, he delivers a powerful word, as he speaks to the Church. We need to diversify to unify, as so many in the Church have been hurt by others in the Church. Let us all pray for reconciliation and healing.

Mainstream hip hop artist Big K.R.I.T., who collaborated with Lecrae’s “Mayday“, is set to appear on BET’s Sunday morning gospel show Lift Every Voice. I am curious to see how K.R.I.T.’s faith may have grown, although he is still very much a mainstream artist. CHH isn’t just about edifying one another but it is about reaching out to the lost.

That’ll wrap up this weeks Tweets of the Week. Don’t forget to join the convo by celebrating your favorite CHH tweets with #PayAttentionWadeO.

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Timothy is a senior at University of Houston majoring in Print Journalism with a minor in Film Studies. Originally from California and was first introduced to Christian Hip Hop by watching the Gospel Gangsters perform at the age of 5. Proud owner of what is believed to be Christian’s rap first record Pete McSweet’s “The Gospel Beat”. When not writing freelance, Timothy actively works on making short documentaries. You can follow Timothy on Twitter (@Tim_Josh) or on his website TimothyJoshua.Weebly.com.

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