Charlotte, NC– HIP HOP GOSPEL artist was recently included in a Donald Trump sponsorship. Oprah Winfrey is currently being sought to endorse this genre of music that is changing lives in urban America and suburbia alike.
HIP HOP GOSPEL music bridges two genres which to some may sound like an oxymoron, but it works. HIP HOP GOSPEL is topping charts. This music is being supported by urban America, those in suburbia and now Donald Trump. This genre’s success poses a question to corporate America, “Where are the endorsements?”
It seems Donald Trump has seen the light. HIP HOP GOSPEL artist Rawservant, who according to Wikipedia, was selected by Mr. Trump himself for the reality dating show, “Donald J. Trump Presents The Ultimate Merger.” According to Rawservant, the producers were specifically interested in having a HIP HOP GOSPEL artist on the show.
“The numbers are there and the quality is there. Now we need people like Bill gates and Oprah Winfrey to raise an eyebrow,” says Timothy Jones, a 12 veteran performer of HIP HOP GOSPEL music and the producer of syndicated radio podcast show, The Mixtape Ministry Mixshow which features HIP HOP GOSPEL. “I can admit that the quality in the past was not up to par, but those days are over.”
HIP HOP GOSPEL artists Still Trill Christians recently performed live on BET’s 106 and Park; a show which features and R&B Hip hop music and has been the networks number one rate show since its year 2000 debut. Another artist ,Tripp Lee of Reach Records, has also had two music videos featured on 106 and Park. His third solo HIP HOP GOSPEL project “Between two Worlds” debuted at #3 on iTunes Hip hop charts just behind Eminem and Drake, two of Hip hop’s most influential rappers who also had new releases the same week. Tripp Lee’s album also debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Christian Albums Chart and Top Gospel Albums Chart. More impressively, the HIP HOP GOSPEL album landed at #58 on the Billboard Top 200, making it one of the week of June 22nds top-selling debuts in all genres.
“We’re here to stay and the numbers will keep growing, says Jones. “People are tired of the buffoonery in Hip hop. HIP HOP GOSPEL is a form of music that not only entertains, it changes lives. I understand that the appeal for Gangsta Rap is still there. This is why we do everything we can to spread the message that there is an alternative; HIP HOP GOSPEL.”
With a future that’s far from bleak, we can expect to see more of HIP HOP GOSPEL. As in the early days of Microsoft and even Hip hop itself, many ignored the business potential and profitability until it was a bit too late. The time to invest into HIP HOP GOSPEL is Now.
To learn more about HIP HOP GOSPEL and, please visit www.mixtapeministry.com. For media inquiries, please contact Timothy Jones at (704) 615-5457 or info(at)mixtapeministry(dot)com.
Courtesy Of The Belle Report