DJ Moz interviews Hopekid on his new single 'General'
Breaking News, Lecrae joins Columbia Records
Columbia Records; New York, NY; May 12, 2016) - Columbia Records announced today the signing of groundbreaking hip hop artist Lecrae (Lecrae Moore) in a deal with the artist and his own label, Reach Records.
Columbia is home to Adele, Beyonce, J. Cole, John Legend, One Direction, Pharrell Williams and Snoop Dogg, among many others.
Lecrae’s breakthrough album Anomaly, debuted at #1 on the coveted Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart, receiving universal acclaim and making him a force in mainstream hip hop. The Atlanta-based artist, community leader, activist and entrepreneur has helped to revive the genre's conscious sensibility with his message of inspiration.
Nominated for multiple awards throughout his career, Lecrae has blazed an unchartered path, winning two Grammy Awards. His hit single “All I Need Is You,” garnered across-the-board acclaim, earning a 2015 Grammy nomination for Best Rap Performance.
Rolling Stone Magazine ranked Anomaly -Lecrae’s 7th album to date - at #12 on their list of the Best 40 Albums Of The Year.
Lecrae has shared the stage with hip-hop legends Wu-Tang Clan, Rakim and Common, as well as his contemporaries Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole and Juicy J. He has co-headlined some of the best-selling tours in the U.S., according to Pollstar, and Lecrae’s call for redemption through positive change has placed him on the forefront of causes close to his heart, with the artist referring to himself as a ‘social anthropologist’ seeking the most authentic connection possible with the fans around the world who embrace his music.
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Kubash April Teen Tour Recap
We had a great time with the teens and young adults in the month of April, TO GOD BE THE GLORY. The Kubash tour took place in different areas as this is aimed to build up to our November 2016 Kubash Teens Party. Our first stop was in Ongata Rongai at House of grace where we had an estimate turnout of 1000 people. This was followed by Eastlands at PCEA Umoja, and the party had more than 2000 teens and young adults. The last event in April was our back to school party which took place at Kahawa Baptist popularly known as Kahawa Bapo. This was our biggest party with a record breaking of 2800 teens plus. We thank God for the 46 people gave their lives to Christ.
We could not have pulled this successful tour without the help of our local artist who were with us through out. God used them as they performed and ministered. The local artist included but not limited to; Eunice Njeri, Kambua, Bahati, Kris eeh Baba, Guardian Angel Majik Mike, J Fam, L J Masai, SOC and many more. Ministry of dance was the leading dance crew as they also worked with Jims N Dims, Dice, Detour and many more dance groups. Our own Timeless Noel and Nakya the Hype DJ, hyped and emceed our tour with incredible energy and fun with Kubamba DJs Moz, Gee Gee, Robo, Shawn and Kliftah. Thank you is an understatement to all the above mentioned individuals who made this tour successful. We appreciate you as you represent Christ Jesus to the fullest.
Are you guys ready for August!!??!! The tour continue as we head Kitengela, Thika, Ngong and Buruburu / K-South.
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High Voltage with DJ Moz
This weeks edition of High Voltage is special. Not only does DJ Moz hook you up with new skool jams, but he takes you back with some great Hip-Hop tunes. Look out for Andy Mineos new single, Uncomfortable, Derek Minor with Dear Mr. Christian, JSon with Stronger and much more.
Thank you for listening, enjoy the show and keep spreading the word about High Voltage. In the meantime, we send you some Mad Voltage greetings and love. Have an energetic week.
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K-Krew features on CBN
Angela Zatopak who is a reporter for CBN was in Kenya recently and she got to hang out with K-Krew and cover our ministry to show the world what God was doing in Kenya.
MUST SEE: Kenyans may not have liked Obama's alternative message but that didn't stop the dancing.
"Dance is the ultimate fun expression here in Africa. If there's a wedding, there's dancing. Even if a president comes to Africa there is dancing. We have to use dancing as a tool in what we do," Song and dance artist known as "Timeless Noel" said.
They may just look like a bunch of kids dancing and singing around the city streets of Africa. But sweeping airwaves and the streets, Kubamba, better known as "K-Krew," is a group of Christian DJs and dancers collaborating to reach Africa's culture through music and dance.
"I was in the secular industry and one of the most famous dancers in Kenya. I used to go clubbing, perform with some of Africa's largest mainstream stars. But then I gave my life to Christ." -- Angela Zatopek CBN News
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