In a new age where CHH is becoming more prevalent by making an assertive push into mainstream Hip-Hop, and though there may have been quite a struggle gaining acceptance from its non-christian counterpart, it’s certainly been a worthwhile upswing.
Nonetheless, there is feeble notion that still plagues the sub-genre since its very conception. The term “Christian Rapper” has been dubbed to many artist who profess their faith and have dedicated to centering their music around the person of Christ. However, quite often what comes with this title is the stigma that the music generated from such artists tend to be “corny” and “unappealing,” therefore being shunned for the most part. But now, as the tides are beginning to shift and CHH continues to transcend barriers in the urban culture, the conditions are fit for a new wave of emcees to continue to reform and break these stereotypical belief.
Adjoining in paving the way of this movement is Emye (M.I).<br>