BLOG:: The Most Inspirational CHH Artists To Follow On Twitter

CHH artists have been subverting the words of one of the world’s most controversial genres to spread the positive and divine message of the Lord to listeners all around the globe. Their authentic delivery and expertise in dealing with the spiritual difficulties we face in the modern world today has meant CHH has become one of the most inspiring genres of rap that there is.
However, it’s not just in their songs that CHH artists share words of beauty and light. Many share their messages of love and compassion on the platform, so alongside keeping up with their newest releases, following them will transform your Twitter feed into a place of positivity and faith. 

Trackstarz (@Trackstarz)


Not an artist in itself, Trackstarz is an example of the many Twitter accounts that is dedicated to bringing you all the latest from your favorite CHH stars. Run by a group of fans of the genre, the account posts regularly and works hard to keep you up to date with new releases, underrated songs and exciting news items for people with faith. It’s a one-stop shop to immerse yourself in positive messages.

They state that their mission is to bring godly music to the mainstream, and with 28K+ followers, they’re succeeding in doing just that. Alongside, showcasing music from genre giants, such as Derek Minor or Tim Tebow, they also include songs from mainstream artists that corroborate the message. With a whole website accompanying their Twitter feed, this is a fantastic resource that we highly recommend you follow now.

Dre Murray (@dremurray22)


The lovable and jovial Dre Murray is one of the best examples of CHH with a new school sound. His collab albums with Alex Faith shot both artists to notoriety, and now he’s making equally as exciting solo movements. He’s a giant of the genre, and his Twitter account is a beautifully honest portrayal of his soul and beliefs.

Perhaps the least openly Christian of the list, but his occasional snippets of Christ’s philosophy are truly inspirational, particularly for younger fans of the genre. His occasional witty pop culture references are just the cherry on top of following Dre Murray.

Rachel Messini (@rachaelmessini)


 Charming, beautiful and talented Rachel Messini is probably one of the least likely CHH stars on this list, but her powerful and melodic singing, combined with sharp, slick and poignant spoken verses are truly a masterpiece of the genre that should not be overlooked.

On Twitter, she’s an avid promoter of exciting projects, collaborations and other artists and generally just a joy to follow. Although she isn’t overt in her preaching, she practices the golden rule in almost every post and fills her feed up with love, gratitude and appreciation of life. She’s also perfect for the occasional nugget of pure wisdom.

Da T.R.U.T.H (@truthonduty)

 Since his award-winning debut in 2007, Da T.R.U.T.H has been using beats and rhyme to tackle the difficult spiritual questions plaguing the modern world. His passionate and militant style has even called out Hip Hop greats, like Biggie Smalls, on their sinful behavior. It’s a conversation that needs to be had, and he’s instigating it like a true artist.

He also passionately speaks out on social media with his Twitter account followed by over 125K fans. It’s undeniable that his words are being heard. Every day he shares poignant truths and speaks freely about his faith and the beauty of God. Having his positive message pop up on your Twitter feed is a bonus.

Lecrae (@lecrae)


 Lecrae is by far one of the most prolific players on the CHH scene and has done so much to pave the way for the success of the genre. His 2008 album “Rebel” was the first Hip Hop release to get the number one spot on the Billboard Gospel chart, and he even managed to bring Christian lyrics to the mainstream with his 2011 BET Hip Hop Awards Cypher performance.

He’s a prominent Twitter poster, gaining just over 1 million followers since opening his account in 2009. His feed is awash with inspirational quotes, and his honesty about his struggles in the past is a refreshing change to the average tweets we see. His dedication to spreading Christ’s message through his art is truly inspirational.


We want people all over the world to be able to benefit from the inspirational message of CHH artists, so if you’re in a country where Twitter is blocked, then you can use a VPN allow you to gain access. Review website Secure Thoughts offers more details on how to choose the best option for your needs!

Do you follow anyone else that you feel deserves to be on this list? Be sure to leave a comment below. We’d love to hear your ideas!


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