GRAMMY® Award-winning gospel artist, Erica Campbell, has dealt with lots of backlash over her Southern Hip-Hop song, “I Luh God.”
But a Christian rapper is defending her artistry, as well as the Holy Hip-Hop art form in a just-released remix of Campbell’s controversial chart-topper.
“E (Erica) said she ‘luh God’ and they dissing her? Oh, somebody finna get they feelings hurt,” raps Bizzle, real name Mark Julian Felder, on top of the song’s original beat.
His track, called “I Luh God Too,” says, “Went to church and they told me Christian rap ain’t of God.”
But the 32-year-old God Over Money Records founder believes that, despite naysayers, Christian rap is the perfect “fishing pole” to bait and reel in non-Believers through the urban expression of the gospel
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