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The best kept secret in music


"Washington Times/Free Lance Star"

Tyrell and Riko Morrisette were allowed to listen only to gospel music as young children in their home. That was perfectly fine with them.

The teenage brothers from Spotsylvania County have used their religious upbringing to their advantage by forming the gospel rap group N-Authorty.

The group has a powerful message and has performed locally as well as in New York, Atlanta, Oklahoma and Washington, D.C.

During performances, they minister to young and old audience members between songs.

- Taft Coghill

"Free Lance Star"

I don't know much about gospel music, but I consider myself knowledgeable when it comes to rap. I grew up listening to it. Strictly from a musical standpoint, N-Authorty is one of the best I've heard. They switch styles and pace with ease during songs, and their self-produced beats are incredible.

...during the group's performance, some in attendance were in tears. Throughout the four-song performance, I felt chills going through my body. I wasn't the only one.

Children in the audience were pumping their fists in the air. One woman was so moved by the group's performance that she began crying and pacing the aisles of the auditorium. Anyone who has been to church knows that people often get the "Holy Ghost" while listening to their preacher or to gospel singing.

- Taft Coghill


It's Woe; Victory; John 3:16; Yo Hour; Grace, Mercy, Justice


Feeling a bit camera shy


To God be the Glory for the things He has done. N-Authorty is a group of two young men, who have purposed in their hearts to step out, and preach the Word of God, in spite of what their peers might think of them, or how much they are shunned by the “church”.

17 year old, Lil’ Prophet (Tyrell Morrissette) and 16 year old L.O.C. (Riko Morrissette) have endured a great deal in their lives. Though they have never been shot at, or in a gang, or had an unstable home life, or any of the other tragic stories you hear about Rap Artist, they have had to deal with our enemy satan in more ways than one.

Lil’ Prophet

“Being made citizens of heaven, and able to have a one way communication with Him (Eph 2:14) I’m able to project Christ fully with no restraints. Yes there are the ups and downs of “Livin for Heaven”, but the way of Christ = Eternal Life.” (Urban D)

That’s the message I am trying to send to everyone, not just the church, but the streets, the crack house, the school yards … everybody. Our CD is not exactly directed to the youth, but to all. The Bible says “Wisdom is understanding Christ” therefore, if we as Christians are trying to understand Christ, first we have to listen, “Stand still and know”. No we will never be able to figure everything out because God is inexhaustible. He still has certain things he wants to reveal to the Saints that is not for the world’s ears. All He asks from us is to ‘draw nigh to him and He will draw nigh to us’.

N-Authorty is out to show the world that its all right to have fun in the Lord, “Delight thyself in the Lord”. Sometimes we get too caught up on order and rules that half of the church still leaves feeling like they just came from boot camp (half of the church equals the youth), which makes that half feel as though church is not for them. Thus, feeding into the enemy’s plan to separate the body and cause confusion. But we are here to say “We are more than conquerors, We have all power over serpents and scorpions”.


There may be times when we feel like when we sin it’s the end of the world and we want to give up. We pray for forgiveness but do it again knowing that we deserve “justice” and feeling like our lawyers, “Grace and Mercy”, are no longer defending us. I’ve struggled with this problem for a while feeling like I don’t deserve to live, I was afraid to go to sleep at night even though I asked for forgiveness, but doubting that the prayer was answered. Sometimes I even prayed for God to even take my life because I hated the fact that I still continued to sin. We don’t deserve life or forgiveness but God has Everlasting Love, Grace, and Mercy and He is just and faithful to forgive.

I have come a long way and all glory goes to God. He has allowed me to live so that I can use my testimony to His glory to reach the lost. “All eyes off us let’s focus on the Mista Victorious.” God has given us the power to do what we do; not ourselves alone. Without God we can’t do anything and I know this for a fact, because before I really got serious with the Lord I couldn’t do what I do today. I did not know how to rap or make beats. The bible says “Before honor there is humility”, so I had to humble myself before the Lord in order to become a vessel of honor, His chosen vessel, fit to do the job He laid before me.