Rapzilla Revisits "What 10 Christian Hip-Hop Albums have Impacted Your Life the Most?"

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Though the article was first published in late February of 2016, Rapzilla linked to it yesterday on Facebook, asking followers the same question. The response from both staff and followers has been pretty diverse and fun to read, and so, I thought it would be apt to continue the conversation here. Share the 10 Christian Hip-Hop albums that have had an impact on you in the comments below.

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Michael
I’d have to dig through my discography to find everything…But here are the ones that immediately come to mind. The Sup The Chemist album is top but every other album’s place is moveable. 1. Dust -by- Sup The Chemist. (Best rap album ever. Still listen to this regularly 17 years after it came out.) 2. Pigeon John Is Clueless -by- Pigeon John 3. Is This Thing On? / The Traveling Circus -by- Redcloud (It’s a toss up with these two.) 4. The Evolution Of Hiprocksoul -by- 4th Avenue Jones 5. Storiez -by- Shai Linne. (He has deeper stuff, but this… Read more »

I’ve only heard a couple tracks from that Sup album, but since it’s so high on your list, I’m thinking I should acquire the album in full. :)

Chris S

For me, in no particular order, I’d say:

Beautiful Eulogy – Satellite Kite
Propaganda – Excellent
Lecrae – Rebel
B. Reith – How the Story Continues Vol. 1
Eshon Burgundy – The Fear of God
Braille – Native Lungs

WarriorSam

Tunnel Rats – Tunnel Vision
LA Symphony – The End Is Now
Mars Ill – Pro Pain
Sivion – Group Therapy
Propaganda – Excellent
Deepspace 5 – Unique Just Like Everyone Else
Braille – Shades Of Grey
Andy Mineo – Never Land
Tedashii – Blacklight
Trip Lee – Rise

This is the list i commented on facebook :)

Iaya97

I’m sure this will change as I think about it more, but here are my ten, with only one album per artist being allowed:

Lecrae – After the Music Stops
Beautiful Eulogy – Beautiful Eulogy
John Reuben – The Boy vs. The Cynic
Pigeon John – …and the Summertime Pool Party
Heath McNease – Thrift Store Jesus
Andy Mineo – Heroes for Sale
Trip Lee – Rise
Mars Ill – Raw Material
116 Clique – Man Up
Tedashii – Blacklight

Gabe

in no particular order:

Grits – The Art of Translation
Grits – Factors of the Seven
Tunnel Rats – Tunnelvision
Mars Ill – Raw Material
LA Symphony – Call it What You Want
Ill Harmonics – Take Two
Tedashii – Blacklight
Shad – The Old Prince
New Breed – Stop the Music
Gospel Gangstaz – Gang Affiliated

sam30

• Everything Propaganda has released since 2011
ProPain by Mars iLL
Fall of the Lightbearer by Theory Hazit
Dirty Words by Poems & Dust
Red 45 by Alert312
Hotdoggin by Playdough

mr. zer0

Can’t order or specify an album but… shai linne, timothy brindle, lecrae , cross movement are my top impacts.

CommanderKeen

Can really only make up a top 5…
1. Pettidee – Resurrections
2. Cross Movement – Holy Culture
3. Grits – Dichotomy A
4. LA Symphony – Disappear Here
5. Andy Mineo – Formerly Known

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