Underrated: "He's Been The Most Slept-On Rapper That I've Known & Heard Of"

Thursday, Jul 26, 2012 12:15AM

Written by SOHH for Pastor Jomo K. Johnsont

[Each week, SOHH asks two entertainment personalities to name who they feel is the most underrated emcee in hip-hop. After SlimKid3 gave Black Thought the title earlier this week, Philadelphia Pastor Jomo K. Johnson crowns Sacramento rapper Sevin SOHH Underrated.]


There's a Sacramento rapper and his name is Sevin. I think he came out around the time of Brother Lynch. He may have come out a little after that. Brother Lynch has been around for a while.

This guy Sevin has [put out lots of albums.] I think he put out his tenth album [recently] and it's called Purple Reign. I have to say of very rap album that I've ever heard, this is the best album that I've ever heard.

Obviously there's not that many people who have heard of him outside of Sacramento. He was part of the Oakland Park Blood gang but he's a rapper and he's been around for a long time.

He sings, he raps and I think he produces as well. S-e-v-i-n. His album is amazing. I would have to say, to me, Sevin has been the most slept-on rapper that I've known and heard of.

Jomo K. Johnson - born 1980, is the Founder and Co-Pastor of Philly Open Air Church in North Philadelphia, He is a licensed minister in the Presbyterian Church of America. He holds a B.A. in Biblical Studies from Beacon University and is a current Masters of Divinity student at Westminster Theological Seminary where he serves as the President of the WTS Preaching Club. As an avid writer, he has written several other books including, "Letters To Charles: Cordial Letters to and from an Atheist Friend." He has written articles for WEC Youth Mission Paper, which is distributed to various parts of the world including India and West Africa. Jomo is also a Recording Musician that has recorded 2 Gospel Music Albums, "Never Forsaken" and "D.R.A."

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