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It's cool, i mean Hip Hop is Hip Hop, calling it Christian Hip Hop to me is the same thing ...idk why they call it that
I like Old School, brother. One Love! One way.
http://youtu.be/aS4E6nO6d1E Limit X!
All music, I suppose, can be forced, err shoved, err compressed into any social group, be it religious, sexual, political -whatever. I have even heard Death Metal Hymns, straight out of Psalms and a Hasidic Jew sing Ska. To me, reggae is reggae. Well, better stated, good reggae is reggae --and then there are the social orders that mimic it.
I like Christian Hip Hop. It's positive and a great way to reach the youth.
-Tim The ChirpinByrd
It totally depends, many times a lot of the Christian hip-hop has good intentions but the lyrics are too artificial and repeated making for what comes across as simply awkward. This is seen not only in hip-hop, but throughout the entire Christian Genre. Don't get me wrong, I myself am a Christian, but the, "Glory Glory He has risen" lyrics get kinda old. One refreshing new Christian singer named Josh Garrels really mixes things up, and I highly recommend him. He is more of alternative than than hip-hop but he brings something new to the table that the Christian genre has been missing. I am not affiliated to him in any way, just trying to share something that I really think other people will appreciate if you give it a chance.
P.S. His lyrics are also amazing!
by DeeJay Prime7 years ago
Man alot a time I think hop hop is dying. But then I hear it every where. What I'm hearing in crap! I'm happy that it might survive, but people need to show some RESPECT!
by Genycis8 years ago
What's goin' on. Wanted to get a feel for the types of tracks that really opened you to the world of Hip Hop? I know it varies with different people. What artist and track or album did it for...
by Jae19886 years ago
PLEASE ANSWER ME THIS. DO U LIKE HIP HOP. WHAT KIND HOW WOULD U LIKE TO SEE THE HIPHOP STYLE CHANGEI MAKE MUSIC AN JUST WANTED FEEDBACK FROM PEOPLE MY AGE OLDER OR YOUNGER. WHAT DO U LIKE AND WHAT DONT YOU LIKE...
by huytr6 years ago
why do people want to follow the hip hop culture
by Crystal Balthrop7 years ago
Which artist do you think has the greatest hip hop songs of all time.
by True_Soul7 years ago
Hip Hop With a Holiday Vibe? What are the Top 10 Christmas Rap Songs?You can start with this list: http://digg.com/music/Top_10_Christmas_Rap_Songs
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