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Lavoisier Cornerstone is the founder and CEO of GrowTheHeckUp and He's a hip-hop artist, public speaker and teacher from Houston, TX via Brooklyn, NYC. He's also a radio personality on 91.7 FM NGEN Radio.

DJ Wade-O Interviews Lecrae About CHH, Signing to Columbia, the Rules of Music & More


You’re in for a treat. GrowTheHeckUp loves Lecrae and Reach Records. I read his book and I recommend it often, especially to his critics. But this is probably my favorite Lecrae interview. For one, it’s great to see Lecrae on a Christian hip-hop outlet, and secondly, it’s great to hear …

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Intense Battle: Bad News vs Loso Hosted by John John Da Don


Off top, this was a GREAT battle. Loso did his thing, as usual and Bad Newz was no easy opponent. Wait until you see the judge’s decision! Watching the battle progress, I knew it would be a close one. Loso shouted out Rapzilla and Trackstarz before the battle which was …

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Lecrae Talks Race, Religion and CHH on Sway’s Universe on Shade 45


Lecrae visits Sway’s Universe on Shade 45 once again. The conversation touches on race, religion and even CHH. Let us know your thoughts in the comments. Fast forward to the 12 minute mark to hear what Lecrae had to say about Christian rappers and the CHH genre. Do you agree …

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Is Genesis History? New Documentary Aims to Answer That Question


A new documentary entitled “Is Genesis History?” is a fascinating new look at the biblical, historical, and scientific evidence for Creation and the Flood. It interviews more than a dozen scientists and scholars as they explore the world around us in light of the Genesis account of the beginning. Host …

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Ex-WNBA Player on the League Being 98% Gay & Being Bullied for Being Straight


Candice Wiggins, the former Stanford University basketball star who retired from the WNBA last year, claimed she was targeted for harassment during an eight-year WNBA career because she was heterosexual. In an extensive interview with the San Diego Union Tribune, Wiggins described what she called a “very, very harmful” culture …

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Jay-Z’s Tidal & Harry Belafonte’s Collab for Social Justice Film


Jay Z’s Tidal and Harry Belafonte’s social justice organization, Sankofa, have partnered to produce a new visual EP entitled, “17,” which follows a 17-year-old black male, and chronicles his experience with racial bias and police violence. Jay Z’s streaming music and entertainment platform, TIDAL, has partnered with Harry Belafonte’s social …

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Gemstones – The Gift (Someday at Christmas)


Last year, rapper Gemstones delivered an amazing hip-hop rendition of Stevie Wonder’s 1967 holiday classic “Someday at Christmas” called “The Gift.” The video intertwines the hope of a better Christmas with themes of current social issues such as Christian persecution abroad, racism and police brutality at home, and points to …

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NBC Show Uses Youth Mentor’s Training Program Without Permission

Image Credit: Blac Detroit Magazine

It appears NBC’s writers/producers of “This Is Us” have jacked a scene that they are using to promote the show from a viral video put out by Detroit mentor Jason Wilson, who runs the The Cave of Adullam Transformational Academy. Wilson is a martial arts instructor whose video of his training program …

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8 Ways to Get Involved in Local Politics

Low angle view of a signboard, City Hall, California, USA

Regardless of what you believe about politics and politicians, local politicians are often much more beholden to their constituency than national politicians. It seems the higher up the food chain you go, the more the politicians are not only corrupt, but they’re often spoken for and bound to the special …

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Scary: a Photoshop for Voices Is About to Take Deception to Another Level


The proliferation of and access to so much information has forever changed life on this planet, and is also a tremendous agent of the deception the Bible so strongly warns believers about. For all the abstract references and prophecies in the Bible, I’m surprised at how strikingly practical some things …

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