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Gene Elliot Thornton, a.k.a. "Malice" of The Clipse, shares about his life behind-the-scenes of his hip-hop success in his new book Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind, and Naked.
Christian hip-hop artist Canton Jones shares his testimony.
It was a family reunion 15 years in the making between a deadbeat dad and the son who was ready for a fight.
He was living for the moment as a teen deep in the gang scene. But one incident made this rap star think about eternity.
Shaun T from workout programs Insanity and Hip Hop Abs shares his body-sculpting fitness tips. A man wrestles with addictions. Also, CBN News reports on the Gulf oil spill.
Shaun T, creator of Insanity and Hip Hop Abs, teaches you how to sculpt the body you want in 60 days.
He was buried deep in the dangerous world of hip-hop. See how this former member of Three 6 Mafia found a way out.
Juan Williams discusses the tea party. A doctor becomes the patient. And a hip-hop mogul for Bad Boy Records sees the light.
From hoop dreams to hip hop, Kent Bryant had it all. But the void he felt inside had him thinking about suicide.
Good reports on memory loss, lumps on neck and tongue bumps. Also words of knowledge about - bone, hip and shoulder healing, tuberculosis, pancreatic cancer, headache, throat, knee and jaw problems.
"I wrestled with a sense of self-worth, because my dad decided drugs would be better than hanging out with his own son."
Gordon and Terry have words of knowledge for ham string injury, bulging disks, macula degeneration, ovarian cysts and skin conditions. They also have reports of curvature of the spine, protruding disks and back injury with hip pain healed.
David Choy’s life looks perfect as an award-winning composer and pianist. He loves his wife and children, but in the midst of this is a history of near tragedies that marred his life.
Ludmila suffered in silence. Her condition limited her ability to work until something happened that changed everything.
Rush of Fools is not just a one-hit wonder band. Their first album flew off the shelves. Now, the band is selling out venues on a nationwide tour. But, they say worship will always remain the focus.
Jeremy Milller loved the hip-hop lifestyle, but he couldn't keep up with it. Then one day, this teenage junkee met a stranger with a mission.
Americans have become less likely to marry, especially in the African American community. But one woman has set out to turn the tide.