Kapes began rapping in 1998 at the age of 10. He went on to perform at many venues, including Birmingham’s o2 Academy and also collaborated with brother of 2pac, Mopreme Shakur of Thug Life. In 2015 Kapes became a born again Christian and now includes his faith in his music. Since this transition, Kapes has released two EP’s and his full length album is currently in the making.
Check out the video for the inspired track ‘Shroud Of Turin’ here:
We’ll keep you update with any new releases from Kapes and in the meantime connect with him via his social media (links below)
Sabrina Hilaire is a London based Gospel artist. She is a also songwriter, producer and vocal coach.
Sabrina has certainly been through tough times in her life but now thankfully through God she uses those experiences to minister healing in her songs, specifically to broken Women. Her EP titled ‘Gods Music’ recieved excellent reviews; with sultry, dynamic vocals, head bopping beats, and lyrics that will reach every area of your life. It has been described as an “ECLECTIC BLEND OF GOSPEL”.
Newly released “This is England” is a collaboration album featuring various different hip hop artists across the UK who come together in unity to spread the message of the Gospel.
There’s a nice mix of different styles on the album. Along with hip hop, there’s also grime and rnb. It’s definitely worth a listen and you can hear it in the player below. If you like it give it a share and spread the message.
Jarvis Jenks is a 26 year old independent artist born and raised in the slums of Louisiana. He’s now taking his music to another level after leaving the secular Hip Hop genre back in 2015 and converting his life to Christianity. He started going to church and God spoke to him through the Word.
It’s so refreshing to hear a new up and coming artist creating the music they love to do and doing it their way. When music is made out of purpose and passion then in my book it’s definitely worth a listen.
Regardless of what’s happening in the mainstream music industry and whatever the latest regurgitated sound being pumped out to the masses is, if you can still sound relevant but have a deeper message to send within your music then it’s a winning combination. That’s exactly how I felt when I first came across Nathan Jarrelle. Awesome music and wholesome content.
We caught up with Nathan so let’s hear from the man himself as he shares his story so far…
We’re excited to announce that we’ve added RSG Beatz to the Seconds Out Team. Be on the look out for his unique blend of upbeat funky hip hop beats!
RSG Beatz (which stands for Roy’s Serving Godly Beatz) is an up and coming Christian artist/producer in the business to produce and collaborate with many different artists and producers across the States and overseas.
“We to need to come together as one and inspire people through our music…God Bless!”
This weeks new beat is called “123”
It’s an old school boom bap beat reminiscent of something you’d hear in early 90’s Hip Hop. Funky bassline, some wah guitar hits and rhodes keys in there.
As always, I’d love to hear what you do with the beat! If it’s hot we’ll put in on the website.
It’s as easy as …123 ! It really is so click the link below and get your bars ready!
This weeks new beat is called “Heart On Your Sleeve”
It’s a funky Boom Bap beat reminiscent of something you’d hear in early 90’s Hip Hop.
It’s got a spacey/dreamy chorus section which lets the beat breakdown for a while before it gets back to the funk! I called it “Heart On Your Sleeve” because that’s what real Hip Hop (or any genre for that matter) is all about… Getting what’s on your heart out over a beat! Whether it be political, social or emotional as long as it’s heartfelt then people will relate and connect with you as an artist.
Anyway, I’d love to hear what you’ve got and what you do with the beat!
Click the link below to have a listen and give us a thumbs up if you’re feeling it.