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The 2022 Kingdom Choice Awards, the official Christian Hip Hop (CHH)/Urban Gospel awards show, is going big!
This year the show comes to Broadway.
For more than 10 years the KCA’s have embodied the authenticity of the CHH culture. The show has highlighted both hip hop legends and pioneers. It also embraces the artists that represent the genre’s future. In 2022 things are no different. Well, maybe there’s one exception. The music will be shining in the brightest lights around! The KCA’s are moving to the heart of entertainment when the curtain rises on October 1, 2022, at the Peter Norton Symphony Space.
The highlight of the evening will be the award for KCA Honorary Recipient 2022.
This Year’s Recipient
This award goes to an individual who has had a great impact on the CHH/Urban Gospel genre throughout an extended career. This year’s nominee is none other than The Ambassador. Founding member of the legendary group The Cross Movement.
Amba, as he is affectionately known, stands as an example of how hip hop can be properly submitted to God while avoiding the typical corruptions commonly associated with it.
About The Ambassador
The Ambassador is a native of New York and came of age during hip hop’s maturation.
Amba followed both the positive and negative leads of the genre’s heroes. Until the Lord began to shape him into the man He would use to inspire countless people for the Kingdom. His groundbreaking solo debut, ‘Christology: In Laymen’s Terms’, delivered intense scripturally rooted lyrics set in poetic, dynamic flow. The Ambassador has released a string of critically acclaimed albums, both as a solo artist and as a member of The Cross Movement, including the Grammy and Stellar nominated ‘HIStory: Our Place In His Story’.
Now, as Amba prepares to release a new project, it is an honor for the KCA’s to recognize him and his incredible achievements as 2022’s Honorary Recipient.
Support the KCA’s
The Kingdom Choice Awards would love your support as the team felt led to head to upper Broadway and the prestigious Peter Norton’s Symphony Space.
Marcus Hall, Kingdom Time Enterprises CEO, stated, “This move is a leap of faith, but I’m confident that if we get the support we need it will be successful. I’d rather try and fail than fail to try. From day one, the KCA was a faith move. For over a decade, God has always showed himself to be faithful.”
You can find more information about the 2022 Kingdom Choice Awards, including event details and sponsoring opportunities, at kingdomtimemedia.com.
A lot can happen in a short time.
With communication options developing at a break-neck speed, you can meet and build relationships with new people daily. Thanks to social media and apps.
Whether you are in Los Angeles, New York, or even Atlanta, networking opportunities are seemingly endless. The ability to build a brand from across the country can be as easy as clicking a link. Getting creatives together and producing entertaining content can also get you noticed.
That is the case for Jimmy, Jay, Ant, and Switch, of the That’s NOT Christian Podcast.
What began as cracking jokes and discussing current events on Telegram has turned into one of the fastest-growing podcasts in the Christian media space.
The fruit of their labor has caught the attention of none other than the Kingdom Choice Awards.
The KCAs are the nation’s official award show for Christian Hip Hop/Urban Gospel music and culture.
With the announcement of the nominees for this year’s KCAs, That’s NOT Christian find themselves in the running for Best Podcast/Radio Show of the Year.
Nominated alongside industry powerhouses like Trackstarz, The Crew, M&M Live Radio, and “Complicated-ish” further proves the high-quality content that TNC delivers on a regular basis.
That’s NOT Christian is a podcast by four urban believers. They discuss current events and push the envelope on traditional religious subjects with a touch of humor.
The Kingdom Choice Awards are scheduled for on September 25, 2021.
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That’s NOT Christian Podcast has not only endeared themselves to their listeners, but they have built relationships with fellow Christian media outlets as well. The guys from TNC have been guests on podcasts such as Trackstarz and FiveTwenty Collective. Sharing their story and plans to impact the urban Christian culture.
Help us in congratulating the fellas on this amazing achievement! Hit the comments and leave some flowers.
When you’re talking about the OGs of Christian hip hop, K-Drama definitely has a seat at the table.
From charting on Billboard to working alongside the biggest artists in the genre, there is no denying his place in CHH history.
Thanks in part to those accomplishments, the Kingdom Choice Awards is making K-Drama a 2021 honorary recipient.
Excited to share I’ll be a Honorary Recipient at this year’s Kingdom Choice Awards this fall in New York where they’ll be recognizing me for my contributions in Christian Hip Hop. Grateful that @KingdomTimeEnt decided to honor me in such a way. Looking fwd to it. pic.twitter.com/wf5lA5KTZn
— K-Drama (@KDrama513) June 12, 2021
The Kingdom Choice Awards are being held Saturday, September 25th in Jamaica, NY.
K-Drama’s credits as both an artist and producer are more than eye-catching:
- Most sampled song in CHH history (“Air Jordan”)
- Signee of Cross Movement Records
- Producer on Lecrae’s Dove & Stellar nominated album (Rebel)
- Producer on Flame’s Grammy-nominated album (Our World Redeemed)
- 2015 Rapzilla Beat Battle champion
“It is an honor and a privilege to honor such a sincere and humble brother such as K-Drama. He is truly one of the unsung heroes of CHH.” – Marcus Hall, KCA CEO
2021 has also brought K-Drama’s newest project, Both Sides of the Blessing. The 7-track project features one of the year’s biggest records “That’s a Lie”, along with the title track that features Jered Sanders and DJ Mykael V.
K-Drama has been putting content into the CHH space since high school when he dropped his first project Threat 2 Society. With more than two decades of making music, he is proving that hip hop is not merely a young man’s game. We are excited to see one of the greats getting recognized in such a way!
Check out our interview with K-Drama on the FiveTwenty Collective Podcast. Season Three | Ep. 01 (January 2021)