Mali Music Drops New Music/Video “Cry”

Mali Music unveils “Cry,” a soul-stirring new ballad from his soon to be released fifth album, Book of Mali (August 14). The song not only showcases Mali’s depth as a vocalist and songwriter, but also his prowess as a guitarist.

In addition, Mali premiered the video for “Cry” via his YouTube channel and BET Soul. The powerful visual, which was directed by Child, perfectly matches the mood of the song and the metaphors conveyed by both are sure to evoke raw emotion.

When talking about the creative process behind “Cry,” one of Book of Mali’s most visceral songs, “I am led by the spirit of God, and it was just me on the guitar in the studio and the lyrics were there. When I got to the chorus and the adlibs began to come and the tears began to fall, I could just see the world really forming,” Says Mali.

The song “Cry” is available now on all major digital streaming platforms.

Pre order “Book of Mali” here

Pyrexx tells 116 to eat His $@&#

While we have people making their way to Chh, think of Chance the rapper or Kanye West as the latest person, we also have some leaving. Its been happening for the last 10 years and the latest we have Pyrexx.

Joseph Mcsweeney aka PyRexx, a Houston-based Christian rapper an Ex-Drug Dealer who had served six-and-a-half years behind bars before he turned his life around, made it very clear on his Instagram story. Someone asked him if he`s still doing Christian Hiphop and the way he replied a lot of people were surprised. Some of the songs he put out recently wasn`t Chh oriented. Its a huge surprise especially the tone he put on his Instagram. This man was being covered on most websites and media. Before he got to Chh, he was in a rap group called ABN with Trae Tha Truth.

Pyrexx with Abn rap group | image: Courtesy of myspace.com

Some people think they dont get enough support, not being real e.t.c. What do you think would make someone leave Chh besides not making it big in Christian Hiphop?

Katy Perry Found Guilty Of Copyright Against Flame

Its been 5 years since Flame sued Katy Perry and he has officially worn his lawsuit against her and the producers for ripping off his 2009 song “Joyful noise” on “Dark Horse”. There was a lot of chatter about this how the two songs sounded with pitch differences but argued that the beat was so basic that anyone could have made that beat. The jury found Katy Perry and her producers guilty of ripping Flame off.

Markus Riggs Releases New Single “Fear”

Markus Riggs aka “4 Minute Sermons.” Is a rap artist whose goal is to find truth in the midst of a world of facts and opinions.

“I know what I should be but also there is so much broken inside me. I have the facts but I’m still on a journey for the truth. There is a lot I am unsure of but I do know this. That life is painful, but even more do its worth it, and those two facts are what my music is all about.” says Markus.

The song in a vacuum represents where he`s currently battling Fear in a non-metaphorical light. The point in life we all get to where if someone asked us what we were going through we wouldn’t bother because the discussion and depth to the question would be endless. It’s the fight that never stops.

“I know my battle with Fear will never stop but I wanted to create an anthem I could turn to in the dark times. A chorus that gave me something realistic yet hopeful. Versus that told me everything wasn’t okay. Yet a song I can look at and see realistic hope in. Those thoughts lead me to bleed out my heart and soul into this song.” says Markus.

 

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.