Author: Graham Wall

INFP / undergraduate sociology student / meandering blogger and eclectic music-maker / all is vanity without God

September 22, 2017

September 15, 2017

September 13, 2017

Nomis - AGAPE

Oceanside artist and activist, Nomis, has released a handful of singles over the past few months. The latest of these is “AGAPE,” a chill hip-hop track with a groovy live bass line. The song focuses on the virtue of compassion, especially when understanding for the other’s situation is fragmented. Continued →

August 23, 2017

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July 29, 2017

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July 24, 2017

Ruslan Responds to Shai Linne

Last Friday, Shai Linne released his new album Still Jesus, which kicks off with the track “Random Thoughts 3.” The song addresses, in part, some of Shai’s concerns with Christian hip-hop, especially from the Reach Records collective. Ruslan, formerly of theBREAX and Dream Junkies, has made a response song entitled “Random Thoughts 4 (Shai Linne).” You can stream both of the songs below. Continued →

July 21, 2017

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March 29, 2017

Heath McNease x Keyes - Rapper

Heath McNease has released a video for his new song “Rapper” featuring Keyes (otherwise known as Heir Jordan). The press release reads:

“In the lead up to his new EP featuring Propaganda, J Givens, Derek Minor and more, Heath McNease partnered with Keyes (aka Heir Jordan) to drop a loosie that takes a satirical look at what it is to be a rapper Over a gritty beat from producer Wonderlust, both rappers dole out stern warnings about the dangers of getting to know an emcee. Continued →

March 16, 2017

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February 1, 2017