“King Kulture” compilation album raises funds for African school

Written by Sketch the Journalist. Posted in Gumbo, Music

Published on January 23, 2012 with No Comments

Walking what they talk, a collective of Christian MCs and producers will be using profits from their upcoming compilation album to raise funds for an African school.

The project, titled King Kulture, will contain never-before heard tracks from artists like Lecrae, theBREAX, Braille, Sho Baraka, and GRITS. It was organized by the popular gospel rap hub Rapzilla.com and will benefit Ecole de la Borne, a school started by the site founder’s missionary grandparents.

“The literacy rate in the Congo is 66% versus 99% in the United States,” Rapzilla co-owner and editor-in-chief Chad Horton said. “We’re doing a project that is going to benefit people there who haven’t been afforded the same opportunities that we have.”

King Kulture will hit iTunes on January 31 and is currently available for pre-order.

Track Listing:
1. Welcome to the Kulture – George Moss (produced by Tony Stone)
2. Beautiful Thing – GRITS (produced by Mo Henderson and Michael Millionz)
3. Lift Up – Braille (produced by Theory Hazit)
4. Faith – Dezcry (produced by C-Life)
5. Get Wise – Sho Baraka (produced by Swoope)
6. Breaking Out the Box – theBREAX (produced by Jruckers)
7. It’s Going Down – Benjah ft. Watchman, and Stefan Otto (produced by Benjah & Sky)
8. Drop It On Em – KJ-52 ft. Japhia Life and Kelly Kelz (produced by Tony Stone)
9. Nothing For Us – Eshon Burgundy ft. HotHandz (produced by HotHandz)
10. Fight On – Young Joshua (produced by Chrys Beats)
11. Beautiful Struggle – Yaves The Street Pastor ft. Ron Riley (produced by Cephas)
12. Don’t Leave the Dash Out – K-Drama (produced by GeeDa)
13. Stop – Jeremiah Bonds (produced by @rocdomz)
14. King Kulture – Beautiful Eulogy (Braille, Odd Thomas, Courtland Urbano) ft. Theory Hazit and Lee Green (produced by Courtland Urbano)
15. Bars – T-Word (produced by D-Hood)
16. New Shalom (Dubstep Remix) – Lecrae ft. PRo (produced by Karac)


Sketch the Journalist

Sketch the Journalist is a freelance writer living in the thriving country metropolis of Cut-N-Shoot, Texas. Down with gospel rap since Stephen Wiley’s “Bible Break” in 1986, he has chewed, reviewed, and interviewed most of Christian hip hop’s major players. He authors the Jesus Muzik blog for the Houston Chronicle's Belief website.

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