Culture Villains Prepares For 2019 With Preseason Compilation Release

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After releasing a number of singles, Culture Villains releases its compilation album, titled ‘Preseason’. The collective, comprised of Big Yae, Kham, and CZAR Josh had found individual success over the past 12 months prior to joining forces to create the 13 track project. ‘ Preseason’ is a precursor to what 2019 holds for the crew as Kham states,

“In sports, the preseason is where you prepare and train for the main season. With Preseason, we are trying new things and sharpening our craft in preparation for a big 2019 from each of us.”

Containing production ranging from Juice Bangers to Enzo Gran, Preseason’ is a diverse palette of sound that showcases each artist’s individual skill. Listeners can find themselves enjoying the high energy single ‘Roll The Dice’, hopeful with the seni, produced ‘Survive’, or dancing to groove of ‘Can’t Help It’.

 

 

Preseason is available on all digital outlets.

Tracklist:
1. Nat’s Intro [Prod. JuiceBangers and Big Yae]
2. Roll The Dice (feat. Kham) [Prod. by JuiceBangers]
3. We Up (feat. Big Yae) [Prod. By JuiceBangers]
4. Burnin’ Rubber (feat. Kham & Shiwan) [Prod. By MLJ Tha Beatmaker]
5. Dreamland (feat. CZAR Josh) [Prod. By Killawatts]
6. Survive (feat. Kham & Seni) [Prod. By seni.]
7. IDWCMH (feat. CZAR Josh & John Givez) [Prod. By Enzo Gran]
8. Gorgeous (feat. Big Yae) [Prod. By JuiceBangers]
9. Eden (feat. Kham) [Prod. By Enzo Gran]
10. Mcknight (feat. Kham & KJ Carter) [Prod. By Enzo Gran]
11. Can’t Help It (feat. CZAR Josh) [Prod. By Killawatts]
12. We Gone Ride (feat. Big Yae) [Prod. By Cardec Drums]
13. Late June (feat. CZAR Josh) [Prod. By Killawatts]

BREAKING NEWS :: WNBA Superstar Mya Moore, Quits Basketball For Ministry Dreams

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Mya Moore announced Tuesday via The Players’ Tribute that she will not be playing in the WNBA in 2019 and instead will focus on her family and “some ministry dreams that have been stirring in my heart for many years.”

“There are different ways to measure success. The success that I’ve been a part of in basketball truly blows my mind every time I think about it. But the main way I measure success in life is something I don’t often get to emphasize explicitly through pro ball,” She wrote.

“I measure success by asking, “Am I living out my purpose?” I learned a long time ago that my purpose is to know Jesus and to make Him known.” says Mya Moore.

 

 

VIDEO:: Cardec Talks New label, A&R And More

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Dove award winner / Producer / Drummer & Engineer Jacob Cardec Aka Cardec has become one of the busiest producers in all of Christian hip-hop composing beats for a number of Christian hip-hop’s best and brightest such as Lecrae, Andy Mineo, KB, Derek Minor, Tedashii, Trip Lee, Social Club Misfits, Xavier Omar, and more.The Crew`s Hiphop Corner interviews Cardec who has proven himself to be a force worth reckoning within Christian hip-hop.

Controversial Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine Gives His Life To Christ At Stop The Violence Event

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – SEPTEMBER 01: Tekashi 6ix9ine performs on the Rocky Stage during the 2018 Made In America Festival – Day 1 at Benjamin Franklin Parkway on September 1, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Roc Nation)

When Celebrities are bold in their Faith or outward with their Faith, these are not things of the norm though they are of the norm now. We see a lot of people doing this however don`t want to think that its kind of a fun train that everybody is jumping on. This is actually something sincere they are doing. Tekashi 6ix9ine is one of the latest to do this. There are some photos of him being prayed for and he was getting spoken to. After some digging, looks like he was invited to be honored at “Stop The Violence Peace Concert” in Brooklyn, New York by Bishop Lamar Whitehead and later gave his life to Christ.

Whitehead and those in the church assured Tekashi that they will support him and know that he has a great heart.

“This young man that’s standing next to me, right here, I have his back. I’m his bishop; I’m with him,” “This young man is going to be working with me with tons of initiatives and we’re going to be doing charity together. And guess what, he’s going to talk to me; he’s going to answer to me as a spiritual advisor. Let me help him change.” said Bishop Lamar Whitehead addressing the congregation.

“I’ve performed around 100,000 people and I’ve never felt this type of nervous,” Tekashi said when asked to talk at the conference.

Photo: Bishop Lamar Whitehead & tekashi-6ix9ine pose for a selfie 

The young man could not get himself to say much else and just rocked back and forth during the service but noticeably took every word in and applauded most of what the bishop said to and about him. The type of people we want  to address here is 50 Cent, Tekashi 6ix9ine e.t.c because they speak these things (violence, drugs) in their music. There’s no telling whether or not this will be the beginning of a new road for Tekashi 6ix9ine but the seed has definitely been planted.