I’ve been listening to Lecrae since day one. That was some ten years ago. Last week, he made some history.
What I appreciate most about his music is that it is real hip hop. Real hip hop stemmed from a people whose voice wasn’t being heard. It was supposed to be real talk, and music that lifted a generation. Unfortunately, it morphed into something else. In so many ways, it’s diminished the potential of another generation.
That’s why we can thank God for those who do hip hop right.
Here’s probably my favorite song from Lecrae, not including anything from the new album:
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