2024's BEST Christian Hip Hop Album {SO FAR} feat. Dee-1, Jered Sanders and Swoope | #BPMS

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THE SOUNDTRACK OF THE SEASON

The conversation is a lively journey through the latest releases, where they highlight the work of various artists who are shaping the Christian hip hop landscape. B Plus and Luc share their personal favorites, played snippets of tracks, and provided insights into the music’s cultural impact and the artists’ contributions to the community.

EAST COAST VIBES AND GRITTY BOOM BAP HIP HOP

B Plus and Luc kicked things off with Alert 312’s “The Lord His Beauty,” a project that resonates with that quintessential East Coast sound. Their unique voice and style really stand out, and it’s a great example of the diversity within the genre. Then they moved on to YP, aka Young Paul, Dax Hamma, and The Commissioner, who dropped “Guillotines” of the East 3. If you’re into that gritty boom bap reminiscent of Wu-Tang, this is your jam.

TEDASHII’S EVOLUTION AND EI THE KING’S MISSION

Another highlight was Tedashii’s “Dead or Alive Part Two.” B Plus has watched Tedashii level up over the past year, and this latest work is, his favorite from him. It’s amazing to see an artist evolve while staying true to their roots. And let’s not forget my honorable mention, EI the King, with his track “Forever Convict.” EI has a heart of gold and a passion for reaching out to those who are imprisoned, and his collaboration with Project Pat on this project is truly inspiring.

THE ART OF LYRICISM AND CONSISTENCY

During the show, B Plus and Luc also touched on the Pen Game episode with Jered Sanders. As someone with an ear to the streets, B Plus delved into Jered’s catalog, and his consistency over the years is remarkable. His style, flow, and beat selection have remained solid, and it’s a testament to his dedication to his craft.

ENGAGING WITH THE COMMUNITY

Luc DiMarzio shared his latest venture on Instagram, where he’s been showcasing artists that might not be on everyone’s radar. His goal is to introduce people to dope hip hop, and he’s been doing it in a way that’s both fun and accessible. It’s about meeting people where they are and giving exposure to talented artists who deserve the spotlight.

THE FINAL BEATS

As they wrapped up the show, B Plus played some final tracks that stood out for the month of March. From Jered Sanders’ thought-provoking lyrics to Tedashii’s powerful collaborations, each song we featured was a testament to the creativity and depth of Christian hip hop.

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