Rap gets religion

BlaznFattyz

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As growing numbers of preachers and MCs see it, hip-hop needs Christianity and Christianity needs hip-hop.

"THE gangs have the right idea!" A-Man shouts from the flatbed of a semi-truck trailer serving as the stage for Hip Hop Church America outside the Crystal Cathedral on a hot fall afternoon. "But instead of killing each other they should be out there killing witches! When they're out there slaying other gangs they should be slaying demons!"

A-Man, 13, born Alex Robnett, is in the eighth grade at a middle school in Carson, but he is also a gospel rapper and disciple of the growing hip-hop church movement...

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I hate rap. I prefer music. No, no...I understand the cultural significance of rap and hip hop- I do, but to me it sounds like tennis shoes in the dryer. You know that thing about "if it's too loud, you're too old"? I'm too old.

Chris
 
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