Jük uses his music to speak to an audience of Christ-followers, and to empower them with the knowledge of who they are in Jesus Christ.
He believes that this is the generation that begins to take the Word to the nations with the love and power of Jesus Christ; that this WILL be the generation that 'preaches the Gospel to the ends of the earth'.
Though Jük grew up in the church, he found himself also living in the world, and feeling torn in the deepest parts of his inner being with where to go.
He searched for fulfillment in 'sex, drugs and rock and roll' (well, more specifically Hip-Hop) and still felt empty at the end of the day.
After moving from Cape Coral, Fl. across the country to L.A., to pursue his music, he fell off even more into the parties and endless pit of greed and lust, until a friend invited him to church in 2008.
After rededicating his life completely to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of his life, he found the joy that he had lost for so long, began to return to him again.
Now, the time has come to preach the true Gospel, one of Word and Power to the nations, and see them come back to their King.
Knowing that Hip-Hop could be used for God instead of garbage, Jük began translating the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John into poetry, and working on producing music that he could perform it on.
That 3 1/2 year project is now complete, and the Hip-Hop Gospels is born, as children all over the world will now have the ability to rap the Bible, and have it memorized, just as Old Testament Rabbis used to be famous for knowing Scripture by heart.
This Kingdom music sits on the cusp of another Great Revival occurring worldwide right now.
The Word is preached, and we are seeing billions enter and live out the Kingdom of God.