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Destiny Lab is an Oregon based Christian/Creationist rap group who are dedicated to; the exploration, discovery, understanding and the truth about the mysteries of man and nature.

Formed back in 2005 with Arkalogik on vocals (green glasses in picture) and Genetix handling the beats this unique duo has developed some of the most thought provoking hip hop you might have ever heard. They are passionate about making music with meaning and purpose and the songs they create force the listener to ask themselves life examining questions that demand answers.

Their new double album "The Evolution Antidote" and "The Original Sin" digs into the Creation/Evolution debate, the Nephilim, UFOS and aliens, secret societies, the occult, the new world order, the new age movement and how all of these matters and more tie into Biblical prophecy and the end times deception. They specialize in exposing the lie of evolution and connecting the dots back to the garden of Eden and the original sin. They effectively use sound clips and quotes from both sides of the debate mixed with the hard hitting beats of Genetix to emphasize their points and add credence and clarity to their arguments.

While many of the beats used by Genetix have that hard underground grimy sound they also have upbeat, and even comical songs. A variety of styles but all with the same clever approach. Destiny Lab has even been known to perform a song or two in monkey masks and lab coats to illustrate the absurdity of evolutionism. Each and every track is solid and leaves you curious to learn more about Destiny Lab and the subject matters they discuss and the connections to world history and the Bible. Recently picked up by War Records out of San Deigo these guys are sure to make some waves and cause some lively discussions in the industry.

www.DestinyLab.com

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