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Cutright x OhBoyPhresh, "Show Up"

SHOW UP by OhBoyPhresh and Cutright is a HEART CRY!!

The life of the believer should be one that invites the Holy Spirit to have His way! Tear the flow up of our services, of our days, of our agendas! It’s time for a REVIVAL in our churches and in our hearts. WE CRY HOLY SPIRIT SHOW UP!!

2022 .WAVMaker Awards

The 2022 .WAVMaker Awards are taking place on January 1, 2023

Fan-voting for this year’s awards has officially come to a close. Your votes have helped to determine this year’s finalists. Make sure to tune in as this year’s award show is being powered by Trackstarz and will be streamed live on the Trackstarz YouTube channel.

The finalists are:

Artist of the Year

  • Nu Tone
  • Brinson
  • BRM

Project of the Year

  • Nu Tone, ‘Heavenly Legacy’
  • Brinson, ‘Before He Cracks the Sky’
  • Eddy Puyol, ‘Pronounced Pooh-Yole’

Single of the Year

  • LilRed, “Memories”
  • Cutright, “Trophy”
  • Scribe Music, “Show & Tell”

Lyricist of the Year

  • Q-Flo
  • Cutright
  • YP aka Young Paul

Collaboration of the Year

  • Scribe Music and Nu Tone – “Duppy Conqueror”
  • TC, BRM, Hugh Holla – “Little Saint”
  • Trutha, Q-Flo, Prodi Da Prodigal, Legacy – “Resurrection”

Rookie of the Year

  • LilRed
  • Oatmeal
  • Untidld

Cover Art of the Year

  • LilRed, “Spiritual Warfare”
  • Brinson, ‘Before He Cracks the Sky’
  • Scribe Music, “Duppy Conqueror”

Producer of the Year

  • Newselph
  • El Vow
  • K-Drama

Female Artist of the Year

  • Reece Lache’
  • Tarcea Renee
  • Childlike CiCi

EP/Mixtape of the Year

  • Dezzy Yates, ‘Enjoy, The Mixtape’
  • Eternity, ‘Dreams & Schemes’
  • Arrowz of Truth, ‘AOT V.3: The Alien Revolution 90s Mixtape’

Again, shoutout to everyone who voted this year. We surpassed the total votes from last year, you’re awesome! 

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Trophy is the newest record by Cutright.

Everything in this life is presented as a competition. Our jobs, our relationships and even church life has become a battle ground where secret pride grows and festers. However, when we choose to hold on to the truth (that in Christ Jesus our victory over the grave, fear, insecurity, condemnation, etc) then we can live every day knowing that competition is a thing of the past. In Christ we’ve already won!

If you liked Trophy, check out this great song by Cutright!

Life is full of ups and downs. Good days come and go. Yet through it all, God will never leave or forsake His children.

Cutright and Selah The Corner link up to let the “spitters” know WE OUTSIDE!

Ready or Not is a high-energy, motivational anthem. The hook is infectious. Cutright encourages the listener to break free of the shackles of depression and doubt. We need to kick destiny’s door down.

CHH’s very own League of Extraordinary Gentlemen unleashes “No Problems” in honor of the upcoming Justice League Snyder Cut. ” No matter who or what the dark side sends our way if we as a team it’s a wrap! The enemy don’t really want no problems with The Body foreal foreal.”

Featuring: Cutright, Ike Hill, Chose!, D. Jax, Phresh, J-Remy & B. Meads

“I wrote this back in October as a reminder that Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever! This year was full of hardship and heartache for many people across the globe, but God has not forgotten or forsaken us. I hope this encourages you.”

In a time where the world is falling apart, the nation is on edge, and the Church is at each other’s throats it’s easy to see that we need our Father now more than ever before.

I know a few people who don’t like surprises.

Weird, I know, but nonetheless, they exist. I, for one, enjoy the unexpected blessing and am always appreciative of getting to experience it.

Suffice to say, I was surprised when I listened to Marvel Us, the most recent release from North Carolina’s Cutright, former battle rapper and now full-time school system evangelist.

The surprise wasn’t in this eight-song project simply being better than I thought it would be, but surprised in not knowing what to expect and then listening to an actually very well put together offering on just about every level.


Marvel makes sense; littered with its superhero references throughout, doesn’t leave you looking for content that correlates. Most of the songs are well-written, meaning they’re not just verses and hooks over tracks that don’t make sense, but they’re actual songs with progressions you can follow.

That’s a big deal.


Plainly put, Cutright can spit. The best part of his presentation, though? The bars and punchlines have relevance. “If I’m made in GOD’s image/But don’t believe in the name in the mirror/Does that make me an atheist?” he questions on one of the project’s stand out records, Bartimaeus.

From the opening tip, this member of the JustHis League does not disappoint, covering topics not overtly stated by many favorites in CHH like lust (Black Adam), while also addressing similar themes of encouragement (Forward, which has an accompanying visual https://youtu.be/bnz_FqlBhtg).


In a lot of instances, Cutright’s rapid-fire delivery put me in mind of an early Lecrae, hungry and unashamed (that first Lecrae joint, Fam, to be exact). My only departure from buying fully into Marvel is the moments when Cutright’s battle rapper comes braggadocio to the forefront (and certain wording and phraseology I’m not a fan of), but for the most part, Marvel Us is refreshing and surprisingly consistent.

Available on all digital platforms, this is one you should put on your list, for sure!

Other stand out records:
Final Form