LeCrae

Erica and GRIFF were delighted to have three of the singing siblings of Shelby 5, Amber, Drea and Don, as guests on the show today to share with the Get Up! church some of the group's early inspirations, making gospel look fresh on social media and collaborating with Lecrae on their bumping new single, "BOOM."

GRAMMY-winning Christian rap veteran Lecrae is a longtime friend of the show, so it was only right for him to stop by and speak with Erica after the recent premiere of his new web series, 'Protect The Bag.'

GRAMMY-winning Christian rap artist Lecrae is extending his career even further by becoming your next financial guru as host of a new six-part web series in partnership with Experian North America.

A unique collaboration between a technological group that aids prisoners in correctional facilities with rehab support during their time and on their release and the rapper Lecrae along with an HBCU looks to find one person with an uplifting message delivered through Hip-Hop.

Back in December 2020, Lecrae encouraged people to vote at an event hosted by Pastor Raphael Warnock who ended up winning the race for Senate in Georgia and is a pro-choice Democrat.

Lecrae fans are in for a treat. His Restoration album released late 2020 is still charting, but he’s already working on his Church Clothes 4 mixtape. 

Fresh off the release of his Restoration album, Lecrae dropped a new video for one of its tracks called “Wheels Up” featuring Marc. E. Bassy. 

In his song about a need for comfort during trial, Lecrae speaks to the many tragedies we’ve seen across the globe throughout the past few years. 

His sentiments were also expressed in his new song, "Deep End," which also paid tribute to Black lives lost at the hands of racists and police. 

Lecrae directly addresses the “White blessings” comment made by Pastor Louie Giglio.

Lecrae called in and brought his new song "Set Me Free," available everywhere. Listen inside...