Flame's new EP, Daybreak, is a short but straight to the point project that doesn't shy away from the touchy subject of social injustice. While looking through the lens of American Christianity, he points out the errors. He goes on to redirect his audience in the right direction according to Biblical standards.
In 'Hold Me Down', he addresses the issue of commitment in relationships. Popular culture speaks of 'bros over hoes', but he asks an important question, 'what if she's not one of those?'
Goons4God is a ministry that is called to do more than making rap music. Their latest EP, Diligent League, is a reflection of their heart and purpose. It's hard to not see their passion for evangelism, spiritual growth, prayer and bible study.
Some people may think that drill, rap has no place in the church as they cannot be gospel in any way. However, this single is proof that that isn't true.
Birmingham, UK born gospel rapper Dee Shy makes re-entry to music with her single, Crossroads. With great lyrical prowess, Dee Shy paints the picture of what Jesus did and how 'He's gonna meet you at the crossroads.'
Blessed with a fiery delivery Dee Shy clearly executes a strong message that remains close to her heart and embedded within in the minds of the youths of this decade. She is in no way shy to talk about what she is passionate about.
The title suggests that more music is on its way and we are here for it. In the current popular style, the tracks are short. However, the brevity doesn't take away the depth of the messages passed across.