A video of the performance is available on ‘Welcome to America’ is a special song because I think everyone has a unique perspective on America. You’ve got a guy who’s from one community, another guy from a completely different community and then you’ve got a person who’s not from America and [it's] their perspective on what America is. I pray I use it wisely." “I'm really excited for Lecrae,” tweeted fellow Christian rapper Sho Baraka. His latest album, , topped i Tunes on the day it was released and took the No.I wrote the song from three different perspectives . Everyone sees it differently, through different lenses, and it makes us take a step back and look at ourselves. "You point up when pointing at yourself would be easier. 1 spot on the Billboard Top 200—a first for a Gospel act. Tune-in to @Fallon Tonight on 9/18.” The prolific hip hop-soul band the Roots joined Jimmy Fallon when he took over .

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10): With images of an American flag flashing behind him and quotes from Martin Luther King Jr.

playing in between verses, Lecrae performed a timely selection from his chart-topping 2014 album on Friday.

Jimmy Fallon made good on his promise have the Reformed Christian rapper back on the program, a few months after Lecrae sat in with Fallon's house band, the Roots.

This time, he took the stage with DJ Promote (who has collaborated with Christian rappers and worship bands alike) to perform "Welcome to America,” remixed to feature clips from MLK's 1968 “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech. ‪#116Circa03.” ----- To borrow some popular lingo, Christian rapper Lecrae is blowing up.

He rapped portions of songs from his new album, including “Nuthin,” “Fear,” “All I Need is You,” “Say I Won’t,” and “Welcome to America.” James Poyser and Frank Knuckles, both members of the band, posted pictures with Lecrae, as fans and friends tweeted along. Following the show, Lecrae posted on Facebook, "It's a lot to take in. A 2013 CT cover story examined the leaders of Christian hip-hop and how the movement could call the American church back to the gospel—and hip-hop back to its roots.

CT also spotlighted the centrality of Reformed theology to Christian hip-hop.

One of Lecrae's new songs, "Non-Fiction" name-drops pastor Tim Keller as well as CT executive editor Andy Crouch and his book .

CT coverage of Christian hip-hop includes what Shai Linne's takedown of Joyce Meyers suggests about Reformed rap, a defense of using the n-word in certain songs, a Katy Perry ripoff lawsuit, and the lack of female artists.

Is “the graceful woman” lost in today’s “anything you can do, I can do better” world? I picture calmness, stateliness, a self-controlled form in movement and carriage.

I find the study of women in society and how drastically they’ve changed over the years to be positively riveting. I imagine, since “the law of kindness is on her tongue” that her words come from a disciplined spirit (it’s a that rules it! And when I do see a woman who displays the rare manners that were once highly sought after and cultivated, she stands out. But I do find it perfectly acceptable to “practice” gracefulness until it becomes habit.

” Gracefulness conjures up a number of characteristics: poise, eloquence, refinement, beauty. Not “fragile”, though gracefulness surely must contain “delicacy” in her demeanor, but a strength and dignity that exudes from her.