Lecrae blitzed through a MVP season last year with his Billboard-topping Anomaly album, so it was only right that reigning champ Stephen Curry join him onstage during a tour stop through Oakland.
Lecrae appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, where he performed “Nuthin” from his new, number one selling album Anomaly for the live studio audience.
Lecrae used his gifts from God to his advantage and his seventh studio album in Anomaly is the #1 album in the country as a result.
UPDATE: The aforementioned iTunes stream of Lecrae’s Anomaly album is dead, but fans can still stream it guilt-free after the jump. Webster’s defines “anomaly” as something that deviates from what is standard, normal, or expected. When you happen to be a Christian-rooted rapper who gets regularly mentioned amongst your more secular peers, the term could be used as […]
Lecrae was mighty generous in allowing fans to preview his new Anomaly album. And like a pure man of God, the same offering is extended for the video of his new single, “All I Need Is You.”
Lecrae might be a rapper who waxes poetics about faith, monogamy and positive human growth, but the lyrically ordained wordsmith’s rhymes never falter. His Anomaly album, due out September 9, is no exception.
A pack of Christian rappers are looking to legally crucify a former Christian singer who morphed into one of the biggest pop sensations of all-time. That would be Katy Perry.
Tired of the monotony in Hip-Hop? Lecrae agrees and drops a new cut called “Nuthin,” the first single from his forthcoming new album, Anomaly.
Lecrae is back in album mode after spending the latter portion of 2013 and the top of this year traveling the country on the “Winter Jam” tour. And per his Twitter account, it appears that the MC has some help this time.