“Holy Hip Hop”: A Catalyst for Reformation

Thabiti Anyabwile:

I’m of the opinion that significant theological reformation in the African-American context is being carried on the wings of “holy hip hop.” What these brothers are able to distill, teach, and distribute via urban hymns is incredible. I pray for the widespread popularity and faithfulness of the brothers putting out theologically robust, evangelistic, and culturally-engaging rhymes for the glory of God.

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One thought on ““Holy Hip Hop”: A Catalyst for Reformation

  1. Holy Hip-Hop is definitely rising to the surface. Lecrae’s album getting a lot of press and recognition has showed that Christian hip-hop is a force to be reckoned with. If you’re a fan of Lecrae, you should definitely check out Tre the Third. His album doesn’t drop until Spring 09, but you can listen to some tracks on his MySpace – http://www.myspace.com/trethethird.

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