Chicago, Illinois, USA
“One of the early examples of ministry through hip hop is “Cauzin' Efekt” operating from the organisation Jesus People USA in Chicago. The crew consisted of three men at first Wicked Will (Willie Kemp), Mello Madness or MC Brother Mel (Melvin Rich) and Ron “T” Thompson. On their second album the Alpine joins Cauzin' Effekt. At stage they were often backed by the dance group Uptown Posse who were Micki Griffin, Lashonne Maki and Kimiko Wallace. The name later seems to be changed to Sista'Hood.” (from http://hhhdb.com/index.php?id=38)
|1990||Listen to His Voice (demo)|
|1991||Listen to His Voice||Grrr Records|
|1994||Famlee Affair||Grrr Records / R.E.X. Music|
Good production and sonics. Rap/Hip hop, similar to P.I.D.
1991 Grrr Records
Production by Tom Cameron and Cauzin' Efekt. The musicians are at keyboards, drum programming and sampling Chris (M.C.) Mosher and Keith Henderson (Guitar). Arranging Chris Mosher. Music by Roy Montroy and Cauzin' Efekt.
1994 Grrr Records / R.E.X. Music