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MC 900 ft. Jenius delivers us from evil.

I don't know what they put in the water in Dallas but it seems to be working. The worryingly dark mind of arch nihilist MC900 ft Jesus combined with the fresh and funky hip hop sound of DJ Zero is perhaps the lightest album of MC900's sinister catalogue of work. The themes are all present and correct: God, insanity, death, isolation....and this time with added UFOs. What should be a depressing hands-down dark and dirty experience in fact turns out to be an exhilarating and ridiculously fun and funky ride through the mind of a disturbed genius. He started ahead of the pack and continued one step ahead throughout his career, following up this fine album with the even darker 'Welcome to My Dream', featuring the incredible 'Falling Elevators', before finding a bit more light and a bit more Jazz with 'One Step Ahead of The Spider'. A truly underrated genius with an output of rich and consistent quality, MC 900ft Jesus remains a seminal artist who will reward the listener lucky enough to discover his work and this album is a gem. Thank you DJ Zero for delivering us this deranged loon.


Born: 1956 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Taking the name MC 900 Ft. Jesus from an Oral Roberts' sermon, the Dallas native Mark Griffin began recording in the late '80s. MC 900 Ft. Jesus' first records were bracing fusions of hip-hop, industrial, and spoken word, with hints of jazz. He became a favorite on college radio with his 1990 debut, Hell With the Lid Off, and 1991's Welcome to My Dream, yet he never established much more than a cult following. Laying low for a couple years, MC 900 Ft. Jesus returned with his most popular record to...
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