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Picking up a tape or CD from the Midwest rapper M.P.E.R.O.R. would prove disappointing if one was hoping for a copy-cat, sing-song style or trendy references to the backside of women. His form, ten years in the making, is rooted in spirituality. Hard, but humble; mellow, while hype.
M.P.E.R.O.R. is an acronym for Most Powerful Entering Resurrection Outside Ra. Just as the name implies, M.P.E.R.O.R. is serious about Spirituality and rap is his vehicle to reach millions. "Even if I reach one, I have done well. I want to let people know I've been there," says the artist.
The artist has been preparing since 1986 for the 1996 debut of his autobiographic, maxi-single entitled "M.P.E.R.O.R." The success of the project resulted in a surge of popularity for the hit maker.
"I had people coming up to me telling me that certain lyrics made them cry. This was a new experience for me and definitely an honor. It was encouragement for me to go forward with my craft." M.P.E.R.O.R. recalls.
His next release entitled, "M.P.E.R.O.R. The Rebirth"  shell-shocked previous fans while, adding new ones to his fan base. The success of this CD, which flowed across the Midwest, showed hip-hop heads searching for something new that M.P.E.R.O.R. had arrived.
His third release "Truth or Consequences"  recorded with Truth Squad was a collaborative effort showcasing other rap artists.
M.P.E.R.O.R.'s  fourth project, "Tribute To the Black Woman,"  is receiving rave reviews from all who take a listen. The Tribute, which includes songs "Mental Loving" and "Justice is Divine," is M.P.E.R.O.R.'s way of showing his love, honor and respect for the Divine Black Woman.
His latest project, "M.P.E.R.O.R.'s Blessings,"  due out in stores soon includes the hits "Victory is Mine," "Freedom Ain't Free (Guerilla Anthem)" and "Ease the Pain." As with every project,  "M.P.E.R.O.R. speaks Universal Truth from his heart, mind and spirit.
"Music is my calling," says M.P.E.R.O.R. the Most Powerful Entering Resurrection Outside Ra.