Lecrae Is One of The Most Influential Men In America

Bun B, Kendrick Lamar, Big K.R.I.T. Tim Keller, John Piper, Louie Giglio. Bubba Watson, Justin Forsett, Steph Curry. The first three: famous, critically-acclaimed rappers. Keller, Piper, and Giglio? Well-known white pastors in their 50s and 60s. Two-time Masters champion Watson, Baltimore Ravens running back Forsett, and newly-crowned NBA MVP Curry round out the group. TheContinue reading “Lecrae Is One of The Most Influential Men In America”

Andy Mineo Is For The People

Politicians would dream of the crowd Andy Mineo recently had at his show at the Texas Theater on the campus of The University of Texas at Arlington. College and high school kids got hyped next to middle-aged people, some with their children. The hands bobbing in the air, from the front row to the backContinue reading “Andy Mineo Is For The People”

Five to Thrive With Rapper Trip Lee About His New Album “Rise”, His Influences, And Why He Loves To Brag

Trip Lee is a rapper, pastor, author, and public speaker signed to Reach Records whose fifth album, Rise, dropped October 27, 2014 and rose up to the No. 1 spot on the iTunes hip-hop chart. The release of Rise came as a welcome surprise to many fans who heard rumors of Trip’s retirement after his last album The Good Life,Continue reading “Five to Thrive With Rapper Trip Lee About His New Album “Rise”, His Influences, And Why He Loves To Brag”

Anomaly

2014 was the year of Lecrae. The rapper, and unashamed Christian, was everywhere in the hip-hop world this year, even being nominated for “Best Rap Performance” Grammy for his song “All I Need is You”. The release of his seventh album is in some ways a culmination of all that he has worked towards, notContinue reading “Anomaly”