Vaughaligan Walwyn: My mission to bridge church and rap music

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HOUSTON, TX - Ky Meyer gets you Tuned In to Vaughaligan Walwyn, a Houston pastor who's using rap music to spread his message of faith and inspiration.

Vaughaligan has been a rapper for a long time. The difference, he's turned his life around and the message behind his music has evolved.

Now, some of Houston's biggest rappers are backing his movement. His new album "Grace Still Abides" features H-Town greats including Scarface, Bun B, Paul Wall, Lil' Keke, Baby Bash and Z-ro.

Take it from Ky Meyer, this kind of hip hop really is clean enough for the church, and tough enough for the streets. Get Tuned In to Vaughaligan Walwyn.

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