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Gospel Rapper Trip Lee Delivers A Powerful Message

Saturday, July 28, 2012




Gospel Rapper Trip Lee is one of our favorite christian rappers. His music is so unique and relatable. Trip Lee main purpose is to make Jesus known. Since his first album release, Trip has traveled the world performing for thousands of listeners.  The Christ-centered hip-hop message he brings has also built a platform for him among churches and other Christian organizations, which has led to numerous opportunities to preach and teach at conferences and other events.
 Trip now resides in Washington, DC with his wife and is finishing his Biblical and Theological Studies degree by distance with Boyce College. He is currently touring, working on his fourth album, blogging (bragonmylord.com) and aiming to author a few New York Times bestsellers.  Trip’s unending desire is to proclaim the grace and beauty of Jesus Christ to anyone that will listen. Ultimately, he hopes this journey will someday lead to pastoring a church. 

Check out an amazing sermon from Trip Lee at Summit Church in Raleigh NC





Trip Lee Video " Fallin"

We Love It : Young Black Women Representing In The 2012 Summer Olympics

Wednesday, July 25, 2012





With the 2012 Summer Olympics kicking off this Friday in London, our eyes are on our sisters who will be competing in the summer games. These young black female athletes have worked and trained hard to get to the top of their game in their respective sport from basketball, swimming, track, gymnastics and much more. 

DOPE!


Find out why they’re the ones to keep your eye on during the 2012 summer games!



Gabrielle Douglas
Specialty: Gymnastics. This 16 year-old is the first African American since Dominique Dawes in 2000 to join the women’s U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Team.


Chaunté Lowe
Specialty: Track and Field, High jump, long jump. Chaunte took a year off from competition in 2007 and gave birth to her daughter, Jasmine. After her second daughter was born in April 2011, Lowe started training two-days later.






Lia Neal
Specialty: Swimming. This 17 year old Brooklyn native whose father is black and her mother is Chinese. She joins the history book with the the first black woman to make the U.S. Olympic swim team, Maritza Correia,  who went on to win a silver medal in the 4×100 freestyle relay in 2004. She is considered the second black woman to make the US Olympic swim team. 




Allyson Felix
Specialty: Track and Field. At the Olympic qualifiers, Allyson ran the 200 in 21.69 seconds, the fastest woman since Marion Jones in 1998. Allyson already has two silver medals in the 200 from Beijing, and we’re sure she’s looking for gold this year.



Lolo Jones


Specialty: Track and Field. She grew up in a very poor household but was able to get a scholarship to LSU to run track. In the 2008 Olympics, Lolo tripped over a hurdle in the 100m, ruining her chance at a medal. This year is her time for gold.




Maya Moore
Specialty: Basketball. Maya Moore is one of the best female basketball players to ever play in college. She took UConn to back to back national championships while scoring an average of 20 points a game. We’re sure nothing is going to slow her down at her first Olympics.





Carmelita Jeter


Specialty: Track and Field. Jeter won the 100m race at the Olympic trials, running it in 10.92 seconds. She beat Marion Jones’ 100m record in 2009, making her the second fastest woman ever.





Sanya Richards-Ross
Specialty: Track and Field. Having set four world-leading times over 200 and 400 meters in her first three competitions of the season, this is her first indoor competition for the first time in several years.




Paige McPherson
Speciality: Taekwondo. A surprise qualifier during the Olympic trials, McPherson, 21, defeated 2004 silver medalist, Nia Abdallah, to earn a spot on the 2012 roster.



Nzingha Prescod

Speciality: Fencing. The Brooklyn native was named First Team All-Ivy League and 2011 Rookie of the Year as a student at Columbia University.






































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Unashamed Tour 2012: Come Alive Dates Announced !

Wednesday, July 18, 2012


After Seeing Lecrae And Andy Mineo Perform Live Last Night , We are so Excited for this tour ! A Dope Show too :)
The Unashamed Tour will hit a city near you soon.
The group of artists is scheduled to land in 30 cities that includes Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, Memphis, and New York City for what will be called the national “Unashamed Tour 2012: Come Alive.”
“The tour will hit many of the most popular live music venues in the country and will bring with it, top notch production,” said Tera Carter, Director of Management and Touring.
Lecrae plans to perform songs off of his Grammy-nominated album, Rehab, and off his upcoming album Gravity that is scheduled to drop in the fall. This will be the first time the new records will be heard.
Trip Lee will also join the lineup for Unashamed 2012 performing songs of his latest critically acclaimed album The Good Life, along with Reach Records newcomer, KB, who will debut some songs off of his upcoming LP, Weight & Glory.

10/5: Chicago
10/6: Detroit
10/7: Columbus
10/9: Buffalo
10/10: Toronto
10/12: NYC
10/13: Virginia Beach
10/14: Raleigh/Charlotte
10/18: Birmingham
10/19: Atlanta
10/20: Orlando
10/21: Miami
10/23: Pensacola/Mobile
10/24: Little Rock
10/25: Oklahoma City
10/27: Dallas
10/31: Lubbock
11/1: Albuquerque
11/2: Phoenix
11/3: Los Angeles
11/4: San Francisco
11/7: Portland
11/8: Seattle
11/10: Las Vegas
11/15: Omaha
11/16: Minneapolis
11/17: Kansas City
11/18: Memphis
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