But just like a human body wouldn’t function without a heart, an artist wouldn’t be able to function without a DJ.
Nigerian-born artist, Dáramólá fka D-Flow, recently released his debut project titled ‘The Last Time I Tried.’
Erica Mason spoke about her past abuse and suicide attempt, and how she has come to be pretty and radical by knowing she is loved unconditionally by God.
At Legacy Conference 2017 in Chicago, Illinois, @PaulWrites23 from Jam The Hype talked to hip-hop artist, @1Gemstones, for an interview.
Native North Creative Director Jon Doulos spoke to us about the making of KB’s summer 2017 fashion line, released under Native Supply.
Jam The Hype’s @BigForChrist chopped it up with @Ty_Brasel at @LegacyDisciple 2017.
U.K. artist Triple O talked to us about his new album ‘Zero Not Equal to One’ in which he speaks openly about his depression and how God can heal our pain.
@PaulWrites23 and @BigForChrist will be choppin it up with @RockstarJt for The Young Vets Podcast EP. 9.
Renaissance Movement Music spoke to us about their album from which all proceeds go towards building a sanctuary to protect children from human trafficking.
Selah The Corner of God Over Money Records spoke with us in depth about his new album ‘Memoirs of a Perfect World,’ which released June 23rd.
Uzuhan, formerly known as J. Han, talked to us about his name change and how he wants to use his music to be a voice for Asian-Americans.
“I look at my music career as a ministry. I’m trying to get before lost people and I think the church is the tool that God put in place to do that.”