His new single Inky Blood is his first release for over 5 years; bangs, holding no bars. His new look is striking, lyrics are aluminising and music video rustic. #Form Loading . . . Is his rebirth and working towards something new a work in progress.
In unique fashion from the Light Work rapper, Bizzle who has responded in apologetics fashion to Joyner’s track God’s Work, which has received widespread acclaim for it’s “realness” from the secular artists and media. Bizzle is no stranger to speaking up for the glory of God, as we’ve heard his responses to Macklemore and Jay-Z.
Rapper Cerose swaps the Rap for Reggae infused rhythms, blending his overt cultural references with his faith as a Christian. Cerose comes across as a ‘Marmite’ type rapper, you either love or hate his directness. He speaks directly regardless, rarely taking the indirect and passive route.
Following his ‘That’s where I be at’ single earlier this year, Feed’Em is back with another hard-hitting release “KEEP THAT” ahead of his debut EP #MTFEP. The EP title yet to unveil but we have a feeling that this is going to be a solid body of work.
Feed ‘Em and King Jims, UK Christian Rappers team up on this special project “Get To Know”. Without hesitation to show their intent and inspire listeners to a knowledge that many don’t know about. King Jims with his most recognisable flow and Feed ‘Em’s wordplay will get your mind pacing about the truth that these artists are spitting about.
Cerose is very matter of fact and straight to the point in his mixtape; Messiah Music – which is so refreshing. There’s no sugar coating or beating around the bush. He makes bold statements and presents the Christian perspective and viewpoint on controversial yet relevant issues such as homosexuality, promiscuity, the pressure to adhere to “societal norms” that may not be in line with