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Christian hip hop artist Propaganda shares the G.O.S.P.E.L. (video)

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This video was recently brought to my attention (of all things) by a Facebook post from NASCAR driver Trevor Bayne. It’s a beautifully produced piece that features Christian hip hop artist Propaganda (known for his work with Southern California crew The Tunnel Rats) sharing the “G.O.S.P.E.L.” in his trademark spoken word style.

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Learn more about Propaganda by clicking HERE.

  • MinFredScottJr

    Another clear example of how God is fulfilling His promise to send His message of salvation to all nations; Including the nation of Hip-Hop.

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