LDS Hip Hop

Soul P.

If you like mainstream hip hop like you hear on the radio but donít always like the messages, youíll love Soul P. His music is just for fun, great to dance to, not too religious, just clean.

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Hailing from Phoenix Arizona, Arhythmatik's underground southwest style remains loyal to rap as an art form. He combines clever, substance-filled rhymes with solid, uniquely-sampled beats, which he produces entirely by himself. One of the few LDS hip hop artists, he has been noted for his extremely witty verses and musical creativity, while still keeping an ear to the street.

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Often compared to Eminem, KJ-52 is able to make you laugh and really make you think, all in the same line. He writes both light hearted party songs and very deep spiritual songs. KJ-52 is a very down-to-earth and honest person and that attitude is reflected in his lyrics and in his life in general. The "52" in his name refers to 5 loaves and 2 fishes because he says that God took the little he had and made it much more. We think his latest album "The Yearbook" is his best work to date.

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Heís dirty south, with all of the dirty sound while allowing you to keep a clean conscience.

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Maurice is an LDS rapper who talks about his life including his trials, his mission and his wife in his recent album "Scrapbook". His melodic hip-hop and clever lyrics have made him one of the top LDS hip hop artists.

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We love G.R.I.T.S. for their awesome sound. If you like Outkast, then this group is for you.

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John Reuben

John Reuben's new album is full of thoughtful, introspective rap debating the problems of life in the 21st century.

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L.A. Symphony

L.A. Symphony is trying to start a revolution! Wow.

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Out of Eden

These girls have hip hop down to a beat. Sibling members Lisa Kimmey, Adrea Kimmey-Baca, and Danielle Kimmey have shared stages with such icons as Destiny's Child, the Pointer Sisters, CeCe Winans and Kirk Franklin. The group's signature harmonies and precise production cater to a diverse audience and showcase their love for entertaining, inspiring and blessing.

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