Official Video – “Unbelief” – Stephen King

 

Enjoy this official music video from Stephen King titled, “Unbelief.”  King is a rap/Christian hip hop artist, songwriter, and minister. 


 

“Find A Way to Love” – Pastor Robert McCloud

Robert McCloud
Enjoy the video of Pastor Robert McCloud’s Christian rap single, “Find A Way to Love.” McCloud is a native of Detroit whose hip-hop interest was fueled more than 30 years ago by RUN DMC, KRS 1, LL Cool J, Fat Boys, and others.


"Mercy" – Prince Tai

“Mercy”
Prince Tai
From the CD, Lessons (2017)
Available at iTunes

By Libra Boyd
Gospel Music Fever

I got goodness on my right side
I got mercy on my left
And I know I don’t deserve it
Even my haters callin’ me blessed

Don’t mistake Prince Tai’s declaration for conceit, because while the singer/songwriter acknowledges, “I’m far from what I was,” he makes no bones about his need for God’s continual mercy.  In fact, “Mercy” is the name of his hip-hop tinged contemporary single and the plea therein contained.  The hook alone is infectious, but the prayer lyrically expresses a widespread confession and request: “I’m far from what I was, but I’m not yet what I shall be.  Have mercy on me…”

Prince Tai is based in Norcross, GA and has caught the eye of notables like Drake, Michelle Williams, Tyrese, Erica Campbell, Tweet, and Missy Elliott.

Official Video – “Heaven” – Sir the Baptist


Enjoy the self-edited
and self-directed official music video of Sir the Baptist’s urban inspirational
“Heaven,” which features
Donald
Lawrence & Co, Keke Wyatt and ChurchPpl. 

In conjunction with last month’s video release, Sir announced–in
partnership with H&S Commercial & Industrial Supplies and Services–“Mission
432: Heaven to Houston” to help rebuild the city of Houston in the aftermath of
Hurricane Harvey.  For more information about the mission, visit mission432.com.



“Heaven” is from Sir’s
full-length project,
Saint or Sinner.



Official Video – "I Ain't Preaching to the Choir" – Miz Tiffany


Enjoy Miz Tiffany’s official music video, “I Ain’t Preaching to the Choir.” The single is from her forthcoming EP by the same name. Miz Tiffany, aka Tiffany Coleman-McGee, is a Christian rapper, songwriter, model, and aspiring author from Mississippi.



"Serpent" feat. The C.O.R.E. (Video)

Enjoy The C.O.R.E.’s music video, “Serpent,” written by Christian rappers Judea, Deacon Authority, Johnny Fatz, Seth, and Tha Professa. The C.O.R.E. is signed to MG Music Group.


Official Video – "Testify" – The Rev

Check out The Rev’s official video of his single, “Testify.”  The Rev (Jean G. Noel) is signed to Noel Music Group LLC, formerly known as ChristLine Entertainment Inc.


Official Video – "Gospel on Sunday" – Mike Body



Enjoy Mike Body’s official music video, “Gospel on Sunday,” which features Jarell Johnson and is directed by King G.  “Gospel on Sunday” is the self-written single from Body’s 2016 EP, Signs of Maturity.

"Angels" – Judea feat. The Loving Sisters

“Angels”
Judea feat. The Loving Sisters
From the upcoming CD, Trumpets (Available Summer 2016)
MG Music Group

By Libra Boyd
Gospel Music Fever

Acts of violence, terrorism, and evil appear daily in news headlines around the world.  It’s a savage reality that Christian rapper Judea chooses to address in his self-penned single “Angels,” featuring The Loving Sisters.

Arpeggiated strings punctuate Judea’s lyrical imagery as he speaks of these atrocities and laments,”Dear Lord, if you hear me please save us; all these suicide killers is outrageous.  Taking innocent lives, they’re called ISIS; I guess they don’t really know who Christ is.”  Beyond the present social condition, however, he “can hear the angels singing in Heaven,” where suffering, death, and conflict are nonexistent.

Judea, aka George Pettiford, enlisted the music and production talent of Deacon Authority (aka Cedric Hester) and the supporting vocals of his biological siblings, female quartet group The Loving Sisters of Roxboro, NC. 

"Jesus Over Everything" – Thomas E. Bell

“Jesus Over Everything”
Thomas E. Bell (2015)
Available at iTunes

Thomas E. Bell honed his songwriting craft during his high school days, penning tunes for his R&B group.  At the age of 21, he decided it was time to dedicate his talent wholly to the Lord.  “Jesus Over Everything” is Bell’s current single.  In the hip-hop laced single, he makes clear that the name of Jesus is above all others, and “ain’t nobody takin’ His place.”


“Jesus Over Everything” is heavy on percussion as well as keyboard and vocal effects; but just like a good cobbler crust, Bell’s creatively expressed lyrical message rises to the top.