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UKCHH PODCAST – EP19 – TALKING WITH RAPPER STILL SHADEY

We chopped it up with Stil Shadey about his new release Croydon Baby. This begins the introduction of Still Shadey’s biography on his face profile, the emcee whose style is influenced by Stormzy, Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, Chance The Rapper & Kirk Franklin has a big vision. …I’m here to change the World. I’m gonna do that with this voice of mine. This is God’s plan. Forget the fame, forget the wage, I’m here to free the mind from chains…

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UKCHH PODCAST – EP20 – IN-DEPTH S.O. INTERVIEW ON WHITE JESUS CONTROVERSY, ALBUM + MORE

We catch up with the prolific rapper S.O. Seun Otukpe in full, a Christian hip hop musician, based in Texas, who moved to London from Nigeria at 9 years old. He has released over 4 albums and gained notice in CHH as a forerunner and maverick.

He speaks on leaving a legacy behind him, on his inspiration behind his latest body of work ‘Augustine’s Legacy’.

…can we be mindful as Christian specifically…

He expressed how time is something that he’s always thinking about. Honing in on the sense that he’s not going to be here forever. He aims his music to impact the listener to think about time and legacy.

We talk about the Controversial track release by S.O. “White Jesus”.

Is Christianity a white man’s religion?

Can a black person really relate to Christianity, as major sections portray a white Jesus front?

We chop it up.

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UKCHH PODCAST – EP18 – CHH’s TOP 50 LIST, CHRISTIAN RAP ON BBC, FLAME VS KATY PERRY

We discuss if the compiling of the CHH list was effective to move the genre forward. Do we need it or was it an unnecessary move? There are many factors that go into personal lists, from record sold to influence and recognition, is this a healthy topic for our genre which can be prone to easy offence?

Christian Rap on the BBC to Flame taking on Katy Perry in a lawsuit in music copyright, the genre is really taking shape in the national press, at times not always in a good light, but seen none the less.

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