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Tuesday 26th July 2005

Malaco Records ready first ever hip-hop release.

ONE OF THE longest established traditional gospel labels, Jackson, Mississippi's Malaco Records whose roster includes the Georgia Mass Choir, the Jackson Southernaires and the Mississippi Mass Choir, have, in their own words, "joined the hip-hop revolution." Malaco's first gospel hip-hop album will be 'John Miller's Son, Still Preachin'' by Da Minista.

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Reader Comments

Posted by Barbara Parker in Bowman Georgia @ 23:57 on Feb 26 2006

Da Minista Still Preachin is an awesome Cd. I was in Walmart and I saw it and I decided to get it. I love hip hop music even though I am 45 years old I think it is kool. But anyway All the way to the beach we listened to that CD My little girl loves it too. I hope he makes many more CD he has a great talents. May God Bless

Posted by Cassandra in VA @ 23:12 on Dec 7 2005

I just want to say, God Bless Malaco records for signing on the amazing talents of Timmie Miller a.k.a. Da Minista.

I'm a 33 year old female from the East Coast who grew up listening to rap music and usually wouldn't think of listening to rap artist with the southern flava. However, when you're gifted you're gifted, and Timmie Miller has that undeniable gift that transcends all boundaries. No matter where you are from, the message is loud and clear. Da Minista quickly became the best rap artist I've ever heard.

Posted by Susan L. Prince in Humboldt, TN @ 02:06 on Nov 23 2005

This is some really good stuff! I'm not normally into hip hop, but when it's preaching the gospel message and it's done with class and smooth grooves, I can't resist it.

I'm a music store manager and you can bet I give this CD spins in the store!

Malaco did well with their first hip hop release!

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