Listen to a Christian rapper who sounds like Justin Bieber or Justin Timberlake, and you’re in for a treat.
And, because of that, it’s not like you’re missing out on anything.
The genre of Christian rap is an interesting one.
The Christian hip-hop genre has a long history of being rooted in traditional American culture, but the past couple decades have seen a resurgence of new Christian rap artists in the United States.
As one Christian rapper put it to me in a recent phone interview: The Christian rapper is a brand new generation.
And as with other new rap genres, they are also trying to be culturally relevant and modern in a way that is both contemporary and timeless.
In 2016, a group of Christian rappers released the album Love For Christ.
The album was a collaboration between Christian rapper Adam “Adebisi” Brown, who is best known as the producer of the Christian hip hop group, and Christian rapper Christopher “Riff Raff” Anderson, who was born in Alabama.
They also worked with a couple of other artists, including Tame Impala’s Matt Skiba, who’s known for his Christian rap on his albums.
The first track on Love For Christian is a fun one called “God’s Hand,” which features the voice of a Christian minister.
He calls on God to bless him and his friends.
It’s a cute bit of Christian art that is an example of how hip-hip Christian rap can be both culturally relevant, and timeless, especially for people who grew up listening to the likes of Drake and Jay Z and Jay-Z himself.
The second track on the album is “The End of Days,” featuring rapper Justin Bieber.
It features a Christian preacher who uses his voice and music to encourage people to pray for the end of the world.
In the clip below, you can hear Bieber, Anderson, and a Christian choir perform this song.
The third track on love for christian rap is a song called “All Saints Day.”
The title refers to the day of the Lord when Christians around the world gather for prayer, with all of us listening to a prayer from the Book of Psalms.
The song is a simple prayer about how God is looking for a way to forgive the sins of others.
The lyrics say that God is coming to get us, so pray with us.
The fourth track on a Christian rap album is called “Pray For Me,” which refers to Jesus as a “fellow Christian.”
The song features a young Christian preacher singing about how he feels the Lord loves him and is ready to forgive him for his sins.
The singer of this song is Adam “Riddim” Brown.
The rapper is the founder of the rap group, Christian rapper Christian rapper Adebisi, and his other work includes work with artists like Tame Imala, and Riff Raffe.
The music video for the track is a clip from the movie The Lion King.
“Pray for me” is an upbeat Christian song, and it’s easy to see why.
But, like so many other Christian rappers, Brown is also a little bit of a self-taught rapper.
And while he’s a master at the art of songwriting, he’s also incredibly creative in his delivery.
He uses rhyming techniques and subtle lyrics that help make his songs feel fresh and new.
And that makes it easy to enjoy the music and listen to the lyrics.
This is a Christian hip rap album, and the lyrics are all in the Bible.
It really feels like a modern Christian rap record, which makes it a perfect example of Christian hip hip-hopping in the 21st century.
There’s a lot of different types of Christian music out there, but it’s always been an easy target for rap and Christian rappers alike.
That’s why there’s so much love for this album.