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Mr.J / Bio

Hailing from the beautiful shores of The Bahamas,Mr.J represents diversification to the fullest, from birth,nationality,culture,to spirituality.His rough edged and hard hitting voice resonates and reverberates messages of consciousness,love and morality.In the month of December 1994,while visiting a church service,Mr.J heard a message of truth that changed his way of living.He was reminded that there are many of us who say with our lips that we love God but we do not obey His instructions to us.
Mr.J was one who proclaimed love for God with his lips but his actions was far from that.Being under heavy conviction and unrest,he repented of his sins and believed on the Lord Jesus Christ for soul salvation.He went through major changes in areas of his life,giving up loose parties,inordinate affections,bad associations and what was a strong force,perverse music.Mr.J was a loyal fan of rappers such as Dr Dre,IceCube,Ice T and the late Eazy E to reggae artists,which was his favourite genre of music.After conversion,Mr.J began his witness of the Lord Jesus Christ to family members,friends and people living in his surrounding neighbourhood.During his process of transformation,he was in search for music to supplement for the negative secular music he was accustomed to.In his search.he came across a local reggae group called Christian Massive.He was excited to hear a group of young Christians singing reggae with clean lyrics glorifying God and addressing some of the social ills.With this excitement was also the doubt about the style of music which was not embraced by the church and other people in society.Through this new inspiration,Mr.J discovered a hidden talent lying dormant in him.To his surprise,he found himself being able to flow with the music and heard a vocal ability that sounding like a Jamaican artist and began singing more often.He was even more inspired in the field after hearing Papa San gospel debut album Victory.

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Deacon Culture
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Reggae / culture / Reggae

Contact Info

Nassau, BS

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