Popular Christian rap has hit its stride over the last few years. Artists like Lecrae and Tedashii have received acclaim from Christian and secular critics alike, and “holy hip-hop” has made its way up the charts. But the genre is also going through a bit of an identity crisis. Some artists are wondering, “If I sing or rap about something not explicitly Christian, does that mean my art isn’t holy?”
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