Bizzle Premieres Snoop & Dre-Inspired 'Hands In The Air '94' Video

Bizzle in the video for "Hands In The Air '94"
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Bizzle in the video for "Hands In The Air '94"

Christian rapper Bizzle is turning back the clock with his new single “Hands in the Air ‘94" from his latest album Crowns and Crosses, and Billboard is premiering the video for that song today (March 31).

The single, along with the whole record, shares the struggles and triumphs of being a believer. The track spreads a convincing message of believing, change and truth.   

"For the Truth Music Tour, we pulled together a squad of hood Believers with different pasts that have been redeemed by the same God," Bizzle tells Billboard. “I think people often make the mistake of believing Christian means soft. Meanwhile we're on tour with dudes who've really done a lot of the things rappers lie about in their music; and now they really love the Lord. Our mission is to go out and meet people where they are, give them Truth in it's rawest form, and spread the love of Jesus Christ.


 
"Being a West Coast native, I wanted to recreate that classic 1994 Dre/Snoop feel that I grew up on,” says Bizzle while describing the vibe of the music video. 
 
Bizzle recently attended the 2017 Stellar Awards, where he was nominated for his album Crowns and Crosses in the Rap/Hip-Hop Gospel album of the year category. The Stellar Awards were March 25 in Las Vegas and air April 9 on TV One. 

"The Stellar Awards was an awesome experience. I was honored to be nominated and even more honored to be asked to perform."

Check out Bizzle's “Hands In The Air ‘94" below: 

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