Eminem tops Billboard Christian songs chart with gospel collaboration by Jeannie Law for Christian Today
GNN Note – We see this move by the entertainment industry, Hollywood, as nothing more than another step to capture the last remaining music genre not under thumb of satanic-globalist. These pedophile, satanist are now moving deeper and deeper into Christian music to destroy it from within and capture as many souls for the devil as possible. The Christian music entertainment industry has been making huge moves over the past several years with collaborations, at award shows and using groups like Hillsong and Elevation to promote non-Biblical songs, borderline acts of blasphemy and nothing less than idolatry that are dubbed as praise and worship. They aren’t. Now the gloves are seemingly off and Hollywood is going straight at the Christian audience. No more mask, no more faking it. / END
The rapper Eminem has made his debut on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart due to his latest feature verse on a popular gospel rap song featured on DJ Khaled’s newest album.
Eminem, born to the name Marshall Mathers III, is no stranger to reaching the top of the mainstream charts with his violent/irreverent rap lyrics, including songs that hint at a desire to murder his ex-wife or extensively take drugs.
The 49-year-old critically acclaimed artist teamed up with Kanye West and DJ Khaled, a professing Muslim, for a remix of Kanye West’s gospel song, “Use This Gospel,” originally from West’s Jesus Is King album. The remix appears on DJ Khaled’s new studio album, God Did, and was produced by Dr. Dre.
Last week, “Use This Gospel” by DJ Khaled featuring Kanye West & Eminem reached No.1 on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart, making it the first time Eminem made an appearance on the chart in his almost 30-year career. This week, the track fell to No. 5 on the chart, with “The Goodness” by TobyMac featuring Blessing Offor reaching the top spot.
West, who in recent years has professed to become a Christian, started the trend of secular rappers appearing on Billboard Christian charts with his 2019 album Jesus Is King.
The album debuted at the peak of the Top Christian Albums and Top Gospel Albums on its first week of release at the time.
In “Use This Gospel (Remix),” Eminem shares about the attacks of Satan and how God has been helping him.