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We don’t want you to have to depend on your music streaming platform of choice to mix in the latest and greatest in Christian music. So, every Monday you can find our Top Five Dope Finds #MusicMonday edition as a resource to ensure your playlist stays fresh and Spirit-filled!

  1. (EP) Anyhow by Tye Tribbett
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    Tye Tribbett is back with a four-track EP entitled, Anyhow. The EP kicks off with the title track that will be yet another “battle cry” for the saints. “No matter what comes my way, Hallelujah, anyhow,” is repeated in the hook with the type of authority that we should all adopt when going through tough seasons.

2. (Single) FYE FYE by Tobe Nwigwe feat. Fat Nwigwe

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It’s not Tobe if it doesn’t push the envelope and break through the box of what is expected of Christian rappers. Tobe describes this single as one of the “hypest songs” he and his wife, Fat, have released…and he definitely did not exaggerate.

3. (Single) See a Victory by Dante Bowe & Essential Worship

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May we always remember that our God will never fail. This song sings of the victory that we can be assured of no matter what battle we face or are facing. Dante Bowe and Essential Worship sings of not backing down because we already know how the story ends. Through the chorus, they remind us that the battle belongs to the Lord.

4. (Single) He’s a Wonder by Israel and New Breed feat. Chandler Moore

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“Miracles. Miracles. I have seen…What you can do with broken things…Like Me,” is the first line of this new single by Israel and New Breed. When was the last time you marveled at how wonderful our God is? This song sings of how God is a “wonder” in our soul and how we should be in awe of Him.

5. (Album) Pardon Me by Aha Gazelle

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The sing-songy Christian rapper, Aha, is back with another album with his usual clever wordplay put to beats and vibes reminiscent of what you would expect from secular hip hop artists. “Hope you know that being real comes with a penalty,” he raps in his track, Brand New. This sentiment is laced throughout the album, as a voice that sounds like iPhone’s beloved Siri repeats the same line of criticism about Aha after every couple of tracks.



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