The Door Widens for Rap/Hip Hop as KJ-52 takes the First Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year GMA Award

( [email protected] ) May 05, 2004 04:19 PM EDT

As the 35th Annual Dove Awards proceeded on with its many categories and winners, a historical moment for rapper KJ-52 and Tooth & Nail / BEC Recordings came when the talented rapper’s name was announced to receive the award for the Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year. For the first time, the category of Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year was separated from Dance Album of the Year, revealing more appreciation and recognition of that genre.

KJ-52, an artist firmly grounded in the Lord, proves to be perfectly fit as a great instrument of God in reaching out to the lost souls in the world, as well as the perfect fit the reward. The powerful release It’s Pronounced Five-Two has made its way into the hearts of many young souls out in the streets of the world and has the great influence of the gospel of Truth in it. KJ-52 will perform at summer festivals and be out with a new video soon, so remember to keep up to date with the artist who is bound to plant the Truth into many more lives. The quality of rap/hip-hop will forever change and only improve for the glory of God.