Gospel music is undergoing an exciting transformation with the emerging sound of ShuSaintShu, an independent gospel rap artist whose new singles “Immanuel” and “You’re My Friend” have made history as the only rap songs to make it onto the gospel top 100 chart sponsored by Hyppedit on Spotify.
The two tracks, released in 2021 & 2022, are now quickly becoming fan favorites thanks to their unique blend of hip hop and praise & worship music. “Immanuel” speaks to God’s presence in listeners lives, while “You’re My Friend” is an uplifting reminder that believers can rely on God for companionship in times of need. Both tracks bring together elements of praise & worship gospel music with hip hop rap beats for a truly unique listening experience.
According to ShuSaintShu, “Music has always been a powerful tool for spreading joy and inspiring change – it’s rewarding to create something that would reach people from all walks of life and help them connect with their faith. It is very humbling to see these songs touch so many people and make it onto the gospel top 100 chart!
The success of these two songs marks a growing trend in gospel music, as more artists seek to combine elements of Praise & worship music into hip hop music. This new sound has already had a profound impact on listeners around the world, offering listeners a fresh take on traditional spiritual themes.
After being told no, & there is just not a market for this type of sound for so many years in the early 1990’s ShuSaintShu says that he is glad to see the power of vision come to fruition.
The goal has always been about expressing the word of God through the sounds of heavy baselines and hip-hop beats to provide an alternative to the world of music.
ShuSaintShu continues making history with his groundbreaking style, fans are eagerly awaiting what comes next from this music catalog.
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