Born in 1983 in Silver Springs, Maryland Marcus Christ is the leading underground hip-hop artist of the generation that emerged in the wake of the influence of Tupac and Michael Jackson. Marcus studied Political Science in the college that established the artist’s political messages. There, he absorbed the attention to form the need for action with video and music, subsequently refining his own visual and conceptual vocabulary that emerged through his focus on the points of intersection between the poor, wealthy, and powerful.
Marcus’s work can be found in myriad of public and private websites both in the United States and abroad, and has been seen in numerous blogs worldwide. He currently lives and works in Compton, California, and travels home to DC on occasion. Some of his past albums are The Profit Mixtape, The Repsonce, The Get Back, No Doubt, Return of the Beast and the upcoming Prince of the Universe. His latest show is scheduled for Feb 23rd in Downtown LA at The Lexington.
His new singles “I Get High on the Most High”, “If I Die Tonight”, “Hate on Me”, “If I Knew”, and “Shorty Wanna Gangsta” from his upcoming double disc album challenges fans to think. Marcus Christ really means the end of mumble rap as we all know it.
Marcus Christ is on radio rotation with the tracks: “I Dunno What To Call It” and “She’s The Coldest”