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Music Business: LECRAE Talks Making #3 on Billboard 200 Chart & Having #1 Rap Album in the Country – @Lecrae

One of my favorite hip-hop artists LECRAE gives the scoop on the business of music in his world. Whoever thought Christian hip-hop would be sitting at #3 on the Billboard 200 Charts and also produce the #1 rap album in the country?? Insane!!! Lecrae’s latest album GRAVITY has done that.

Nigeria we can get there. Make GREAT authentic music AML artists. Don’t compromise your values or integrity. Also never waste your time trying to explain you or apologize for who and all that you are. Sooner or later, people will get with the program.

You can marry (creativity without losing your soul) with commerce and still be very successful!

Video to Lecrae’s Hit single ‘Tell the World’ YEAH, YEAH!


1. ‘North’ matchbox twenty
2. ‘Night Visions’ Imagine Dragons
3. ‘Gravity’ Lecrae
4. ‘Now 43’ Various Artists
5. ‘Blown Away’ Carrie Underwood
8. ‘Eye On It’ tobyMac


1. ‘Gravity’ Lecrae
2. ‘Based On A T.R.U. Story’ 2 Chainz
3. ‘God Forgives, I Don’t’ Rick Ross
4. ‘Welcome To: Our House’ Slaughterhouse
5. ‘Kiss The Ring’ DJ Khaled ”

Culled from Rapzilla

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