Christian rap is completely underrated. It has been spit on, downtrodden, and hated for so long, it’s rather pathetic. I have seen this treatment come from all sides, including the Christians. Why? What’s so bad about some Christian guys rapping? Nothing, actually.
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Great article! Christian rap touches my kids in a way that other genres don’t. As a Christian rapper myself, It’s like I’m talking to God in poetry.