Heaven Razah launches Christian Hip Hop Label

Legendary Wu-Tang Clan/ Sunz of Man member Chron “Hell Razah” Smith became saved and changed his name to “Heaven Razah” in 2009. Now, he has created Heaven Razah Music, Inc. a Christian record label.
In 2004, Chron’s record label Hell Razah Music, Inc was established and by 2013 his label and G.H.E.T.T.O. G.O.V.T (Go Hear Emmanuel Teach the Others God’s Only Victorious Truth) movement established chapters, community service projects, & music all over the globe.
In 2017, Heaven Razah Music, Inc. was “established in order to provide a Christ-centered outlet for spiritually conscious musicians also referred to as ‘Street Prophets’. It is the vision of Heaven Razah Music, Inc. to shed the light of the Lord in darkest corners of the world through hip-hop music. (John 3:17)”
So this is with a lot of pride and pleasure that Hell Razah officially announces the creation of Heaven Razah Music Inc. a Christian and conscious spiritual Hip Hop label.
Chairman/ Founder:
Chron “Heaven Razah” Smith
Rachel “Queen the Prophet” Lombardozzi
Vice President:
Aaron “The Messenger/ formerly Sneak Vandel” Warner

The Spark album Sping 2017

spark album
The wait is finally over Prodigal Sunn will release his sophomore album “THE SPARK” on April 25 2017. The Spark features Wu Tang Clan members Ghostface Killah, Masta Killa, Cappadonna; the whole  Sunz of Man  Killah Priest, Hell Razah, 60Second Assassin ; Killarmy members Dom Pachino, Shogun Assason, Monk and Crisis (Black Knights), Makeba Mooncycle, , Leggezin Fin, Shaka Amazulu.

This album will be available at all Digital Services around the world, CDs will be available through Psunn.com store

LIVING COLOUR feat Prodigal Sunn, Chuck D, Black Thought, Pharaohe Monk, Kyle Mansa

Prodigal Sunn joins icons Chuck D, Black Thought and Pharoahe Monk on the new Living Colour new mixtape single “Who shot ya” Rolling stone best described this track “Prodigal Sunn (from the Wu-Tang affiliated group Sunz of Man) opens the cut with a vicious verse followed by the Roots’ Black Thought, who bluntly spits, “It’s hard to keep count of the deceased / More dead niggas, another half-assed press release / Black man blood start to flood the street.” The song continues with Chuck D and a blistering guitar solo, after which Pharoahe Monch unleashes a politically charged verse and Kyle Mansa brings the cut to a surprising dancehall-inspired close.”
Living Colour will release Mixtape September 9th. The group is also at work on a new album, Shade.