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|Info:||Da' Cipes started out as a duo being Mynista and his label
mate Qfyre. They released the album Triple Seven on Warria
Records in 2001. Later on the Da Cipes would get two members
more and changed their name into Whyte Fyre Boyz. The crew
Whyte Fyre Boyz
To make it plain and simple these rappers are heavy weights.
Mynista (a.k.a. Mr. Wuzdead), Q (a.k.a. Fyrestotta, Qfyre),
St. Diesel (a.k.a. Big Victory), and Talon (a.k.a. Mista
Marvlus), collectively known as Da'Cipes, step onto the
music scene with a fresh and powerful southern rap style.
This dynamic camp delivers a message that is simple yet deep
at the same time, a message guaranteed to effect the mind,
will, and emotions of the attentive listener in a positive
Mynista's involvement in music began the same way that most
of today's popular rap artists still continueglorifying
drugs, sex, and money. Formerly known as Synista, that was
the only life he knew, but one night all of that changed. He
had been involved in a popular Tampa Bay rap group but was
unaware that they were part of the occult.
He began hearing demonic voices propositioning him to sell
his soul in exchange for fame and fortune. It was that night
in July of 1999 that Mynista gave his life to Christ.
Q says he should have been dead six times over. In one
near-death experience, he was thrown out of the back window
of a vehicle on to the highway. This accident left him with
an 8-inch scar on his forearm as a reminder. Realizing that
he was at a crossroads in his life, Q decided to give up a
life of womanizing, partying, and weed smoking, in order to
commit his life to God.
St. Diesel is a P.K., a "Preacher's Kid," but this P.K. was
living a life far from holy. Guns were his fetish. He robbed
with them, he collected them, and he loved them. "I
struggled so much because I knew the truth, but ran from
it," says Diesel. "I was against everything my father
believed in." St. Diesel decided to sell out to God after
meeting Mynista and Q.
Talon, the newest member of Da'Cipes, grew up in a Christian
home. With the influence of the outside world outweighing
the influence of the church, he too found himself living a
life of womanizing, partying, and weed smoking. It wasn't
until he met Mynista and Q that he too decided to make a
fresh commitment to God and serve him with his life and
Da'Cipes has released one album titled Triple Seven (2001)
on Mynista's independent record label, Warria Records. A
second release was scheduled for early 2004.
Sources: mp3.com.au/WhyteFyreBoyz ;
Lightonline.org/interviews/mynista.html: Interview //
Mynista, November 4th, 2002
|Media:||[Audio CD] |
|Info:||The album is released in 2001 and contains 14 tracks.|
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