BandHip Hop

What would happen if, instead of hearing "Crank Dat Soulja Boy" everywhere you go, everyone was instead quoting the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It's only possible through Holy Hip Hop and it's newest messenger, E.P.I.C. It's Kanye West meets the Apostle Paul, and it's about to take the country by storm.


Emmanuel Davis aka E.P.I.C. (Emancipated Person in Christ) is a licensed and ordained Baptist minister of almost 7 years. He began preaching at the age of fourteen and has a passion for spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ everywhere, from the sanctuary to the streets. As the Youth Pastor of New Canaan Missionary Baptist Church in Graysville, Alabama, E.P.I.C. is challenged every week with sharing the Gospel with young people in a way that they can understand, yet making sure that the message is not diluted. God has gifted him to teach the Gospel to young and old alike not just in Bible study, but to a beat as well. His major influence is The Holy Spirit. He has also been influenced by Da' T.R.U.T.H., Canton Jones, Lecrae, Flame, and Tripp Lee. With his genius punch lines and thought-provoking subjects, E.P.I.C. obviously works in a spirit of excellence. And with the gifts that God has given Him, he is sure to lead many to Christ not only with his sermons on Sunday mornings, but with his songs Sunday thru Saturday.


Currently I have three tracks on MySpace at www.myspace.com/emancipatedperson. These are the Intro, So Bad, and Hurts To Think.

Set List

Typically, I will come out to the Intro, which is 3:09. After the intro, I will usually perform two songs, usually Hurts To Think (3:17) and So Bad (4:02). The set usually lasts for about 15 minutes.