Marcus Christ Debuts New Party Anthem “I Don’t Care”
LOS ANGELES, CA – You may know him as Marcus Brooks, but the fans know him as Marcus Christ. Originally from Silver Springs, Maryland, this artist has made some recent waves in the underground hip-hop community. His introduction to the world of hip-hop occurred when stars like Tupac and Biggie were at the forefront, which inspired him to follow the music, naturally. After his father went to jail, he found himself delving into songwriting, which soon went beyond merely a hobby.
In high school, Marcus was an integral part of a hip-hop group called Four Six Lane. His budding career as a rap artist began to unfold, and Marcus followed the beat. “My hobby became my career. I started to figure out what I wanted my sound to be as a solo artist. It’s dynamic, that’s for sure,” said Marcus Christ. To his point, the artist feels comfortable jumping from genre to genre, as he doesn’t want to ever feel limited. Because of this, his versatility is almost unmatched, which makes him so appealing to his growing fanbase.
Marcus Christ is bringing all the heat with his new single, “I Don’t Care”. The song is a little different from his usual laid back, chill vibe, and equally, a must listen. “This is a party track. The whole idea comes from just being carefree in the club. It definitely has a dance vibe to it,” said Marcus Christ. If you’ve been in search of a good anthem that will hype you up, “I Don’t Care" will be your go-to jam. Fans can expect to see the song on his upcoming two-disc album later in the year.
On the topic of a new album, Christ is always working toward his next project. He looks to music as a way to get things off his chest- almost like a creative catharsis. As he diverts his attention to his label and developing talent through new artists, he’s excited to put the finishing touches on “Prince of the Universe”. Though as of now there isn’t a release date determined, he promises us 30 tracks of good vibes, good messaging, and overall genuinely good music. Stay tuned!