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Portsmouth, Virginia, United States | SELF

Portsmouth, Virginia, United States | SELF
Band Hip Hop Gospel


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"Street Ministry" - January 2005
Armaggedon's Here: The Mixtape Hosted by DJ I Rock Jesus - January 2010
"Brand New" and "Give It To 'em Now!" are getting airplay on local radio stations in VA and Lousiana. "4 Tha Ladies" and "Just Bounce" is getting radio airplay in VA, NC, GA and many online radio shows, including Urban 1:1 hosted by DJ Noble and The Live Mix Show hosted by DJ I Rock Jesus.



Since 2003, Armaggedon has been lighting up the east coast with their hard-hitting beats, witty and unparalleled lyrics, and in-your-face exciting stage presence. All hailing from Virginia, they have raised the standard and have always performed all things in excellence. These 3 men, David "Catash" Morch, Javeus "Rambo" Ramsey and Jeris "8th Wonda" Smith, has taken Gospel Rap to another level, consistently bringing Word-based lyrics mixed with street-based beats which they mostly produce themselves. Their latest release, "Armaggedon's Here - The Mixtape", has already made a mark in both secular and spiritual arenas since it's release in January 2010.

This group is definitely for the streets. They know that they are called to minster to the people who may never step foot into a church, but desire the truth. The music is used to capture the attention of the youth, and show them that the Christian lifestyle is a life that is like no other. They've carried this same Gospel to the streets of New York (namely Syracuse, Brooklyn, South Bronx & Times Square), Pennyslvania, Virginia, The Carolinas, Atlanta, and even spread over to Dallas and Ohio.

Armaggedon has also shown that ministry is more than the music. They have recently incorporated a new branch of ministry called B3, or "Blessed to Be a Blessing", which consists of them going into the neighborhoods of the the less fortunate and spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and blessing them with goods, music and teachings. These events are captured on video, and display on different websites like Facebook and They also have a YouTube channel entitled Armaggedon Entertainment Television, or AETV, which is used to show behind the scenes footage of Armaggedon and also highlights other artists to spread the word of other talents that carry the Gospel.