It may have been a huge smash for her this year, but now she's getting sued for it. Pop star Katy Perry is being taken to court by rappers Lecrae and Flame for allegedly stealing the beat from their song 'Joyful Noise' and using it in her chart-topping hit 'Dark Horse.'
Lecrae is not ready to turn down just yet. The Houston rhymer delivers his new video for 'I’m Turnt,' which is from his latest mixtape, 'Church Clothes 2.' Judging by the title, you would probably think the video is full of ratchetness. Think again.
On Sat. evening (Nov. 2), Lecrae stood on the porch of a house in East Atlanta overlooking a lawn scattered with red cups usually reserved for alcoholic beverages. This is a scene from the video for his lead single ‘I’m Turnt,’ off his new project, ‘Church Clothes, Vol. 2.' It’s an unlikely scenario for an artist whose albums are filed neatly away under the Christian rap category.
Lecrae's sixth studio album, Gravity, has garnered him a career accomplishment. The effort topped the Billboard Christian, Gospel, Independent, and Rap Album charts, and sold over 72,000 copies in its first week earlier this month. However, while many rappers head to the club to pop expensive bottles of Moet or buy a pricey ride to celebrate their success, the 32-year-old Reach Records signee didn
After a successful release of his Church Clothes mixtape in March, Lecrae's Gravity album has arrived. The project is cohesive and boasts focused production combined with a message centered on celebrating God's word. Sonically, Gravity hugs close to the mainstream with production ranging from southern hip-hop influences to more dramatic orchestral samplings, allowing Lecrae to show h
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Lecrae delivers his latest mixtape, Church Clothes, featuring a slew of collaborators. The DJ Cannon-hosted effort, released Thursday (May 10), welcomes MCs like No Malice -- formerly Malice of the Clipse -- producers Boi-1da ("Gimme a Second") and 9th Wonder ("Long Time Coming"), among others...
Reach Records rapper Lecrae has tapped DJ Don Cannon and No Malice -- formerly Malice of The Clipse -- for his forthcoming mixtape Church Clothes, due May 10. Beatwork on the effort will come from producers 9th Wonder, Bio 1-Da, S1 and Street Symphony...
New York Knicks phenom Jeremy Lin needs no introduction if you've been on the internet, watched television or had a conversation lately.
The undrafted couch-surfing Taiwanese-American Harvard grad, who has single-handedly resurrected the strike-laden NBA, has been a relative unknown -- despite being California's high school player of the year in 2005-06, but we digress -- up until the past two wee