Mainstream rap has grown more Christian. So why is Christian rap going mainstream?



The secular music marketplace is eating up the Christian themes being woven into songs by artists like Kendrick Lamar, Chance the Rapper, and Kanye. But “as mainstream rap has become more Christian, Christian rap has become more mainstream,” with artists like Lecrae signing to secular music labels and refusing to be called “Christian rappers.” According to Christian rapper Propaganda, “Christian hip-hop as whole has traditionally had two basic approaches, one is the very apologetic, overt approach and the other is more like the subversive approach.” Read the full RNS story.


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