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Undefiled joins Eklectricity with Adam and Belinda

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Undefiled, meaning upright, pure, whole, and sincere only begins to describe this complete Hip-Hop duo. Two regional hybrids, built by faith, and over comers for sure.

Big Pudge Spiritual Lyricist, the musical genius behind Undefiled’s tracks, was born and raised on the evil streets of Camden, NJ with his parents and 3 younger siblings. Watching his dad DJ at party’s day & night sparked a flame in his belly for Hip-Hop, while church on Sunday kept him grounded. During the time crack hit the community in 1985, God kept his family from being statistics until they fled to Decatur, GA in 1988. Although Pudge was in church with his Pastor mother, he stole away to the streets whenever he could, not realizing God was setting him up for street ministry, in such a time as this.

Miko B., the wordsmith and poet of Undefiled is originally from Brooklyn, NY. From the age of 7, she helped to care for her younger brother, as her dad did his best to raise 2 young children alone and work full time. In the absence of a feminine influence, Hip-Hop was there with open arms. A loner at heart, Miko always found comfort in written expression. In 1993, her father relocated the family to College Park, GA. After sifting through her emotional pain and sexual promiscuity, Miko B. was saved in 2000, when Big Pudge took her to church on their first date.

Married in 2001 and now raising 4 children, God has taken Undefiled’s marriage from misery to ministry. Big Pudge and Miko B. began crafting their sound and by 2003 they performed their first song together. God gave them the name Undefiled in 2008, and they recorded their first Maxi-Single, Infiltrate The Camp. Undefiled is a ministry meant to touch, save, heal, set free, and deliver the youth, the streets, and the nations. Two different points of view allow them to minister effectively because they are being used only as what God makes them. UNDEFILED

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