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Miami, FL | Established. Jan 01, 2012 | INDIE

Miami, FL | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2012
Solo Hip Hop Christian




"Reconcile - Plottin"

Reconcile's aggressive street rap sound might not scream Christian Hip-Hop right away, but a close reading of the lyrics will give you some perspective on why the rapper has a lot of buzz within the scene. His latest release, "Plottin," is proof that a religious message can still be delivered in a style that's as hard as anything coming out of Atlanta and Chicago right now.

With such a jarring new sound, we're sure we'll be hearing more from Reconcile very soon. We'll keep you posted on what he's got coming up. Let us know what you think of the video in the comments below. - Hot New Hip Hop

"Rapper uses graphic images to save souls"

Being a fisher of men is a little more intense than in Sunday School where Christian artist Reconcile comes from.

Born Ronald Stephen Lillard, Jr., Reconcile has been an artist looking to inspire change in the youth culture through Christian hip hop. His type of Christian Hip Hop may not seem so "Christian" to the much older audience. Although it is positive, it is raw... very raw! He raps about what he sees, gangs, drugs, violence, poverty, police brutality...and the list goes on. His message is that there is a way out - JESUS!!! Following Jesus isn’t always the easiest thing in the world to do. As Reconcile says in the music video, “I never told you it was gonna be easy”. In his song called "Catching Bodies," he uses the graphic "illustration" of a carjacking and a robbery at gunpoint to explain the modern day version of saving souls. - Fox 4 News

"Reconcile Releases New Single"

Reconcile is back with his newest single, “Begged Forgiveness.” The BoX-produced track features Reconcile at as his best as he raps about the tough points in his life and overcoming.

“Begged Forgiveness” is tough, rugged and you can hear Reconcile’s past pain and redemption as he rhymes, “17 I hit my knees and begged forgiveness.” Take a listen to “Begged Forgiveness,” you don’t want to miss out on this song. - RESPECT MAGAZINE

"#DXCLUSIVE: Lecrae & Reconcile Define What "Woke" Means To Them With New Video"

HipHopDX Premiere: After having a conversation about what the term “woke” means, Reconcile and Lecrae decided to posse up for a song and subsequent video on the subject. Aptly titled “Woke,” the new visual uses powerful imagery to depict the struggles Black people have had to endure in America.

“You have the power to invoke change in the narrative of our country,” the Miami artist said in a press release. “For the power of a young African-American man, you have the power to change the stereotype.”

Taken from his upcoming Streets Don’t Love You mixtape, the song serves as his call-to-action. While he’s typically characterized as a Christian Hip Hop artist, more street-oriented tracks like “Woke” are helping to debunk the traditional views of the community.

“I can’t ignore or mute my experiences in America to appease anyone, I answer to God,” he said. “Too often our faith is confined to the walls of the church and we ignore the convictions God has given us. There are great injustices and pain throughout America and God has given me a voice to speak life into that.”

Streets Don’t Love You is expected to arrive on August 18. Pre-order now on iTunes. - HipHopDX


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Husband/Father/Activist/Director/Artist. Reconcile aka Ronnie Lillard, not only challenges our views on faith and race in America but he also is an advocate for social justice, youth mentoring, and prison reform. The artist by night... activist by day spends his time away front the microphone developing programming for the Department of Juvenile Justice as well as mentoring incarcerated youth in Miami-Dade County. Using his music and message in an effort to change lives, build communities and stop violence. Reconcile holds a degree from Rice University in which he triple-majored while his time as a student-athlete.

Reconcile's music carries the weight of his convictions, in his latest release “Streets Don’t Love You” Reconcile delivers a piercing yet hopeful view of the ongoing inner-city epidemic of America. With sobering and honest lyrics that point towards a consistent theme of a Hope & Jesus; Reconcile both affirms and challenges all of us. The mixtape that has been deemed an instant classic by his constituents debuted #12 on iTunes hip-hop charts and continues to make waves climbing to more that 3 million streams, making Reconcile an artist on the rise! Reconcile is gearing up for a exciting 2019 as his loyal following awaits his much anticipated release of “Streets Don’t Love You 2”.

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