Marcus Christ’s Return of the Beast is a powerful album that ensures that fans will be provided with a backstory about a tremendous performer from Compton. Let These Niggas Know comes through with an assertive flow and a realistic view of the streets. The production’s sweeping synthesizers and cash machine-like percussion provide proper highlighting through this introductory effort, giving Return of the Beast a strong boost to its’ early-album momentum.
Marcus Christ’s becoming known in the professional recording and music industry. With sheer focus on his craft, the grinding artist is making an impact with a progressive style unlike no other. The music artist and upcoming entrepreneur is only expected to deliver impressive work from here on out. Marcus Christ’s making all the right decisions and people are listening and watching.
Music on this album covers many different topics and many different emotions. If there’s a facet of the human experience that’s left uncovered on this release, I can’t think of it.
Every track on the album, “Return of the Beast” is solid, some of my favorites include “Let These Niggas Know”, “Laying It Down”, “I Knew This Girl”, “She Needs a Soldier” and “You Know What I’m Saying” one of the realest tracks Marcus has written.
The music that backs Marcus Christ’s stories is just as strong, as the album maintains its intensity and raw energy throughout. Marcus is energetic, powerful and a genius lyrically with this album, which sounds fresher than any song that coming out in the future.
He lays down his rhymes with an honest heart and a crystal clear flow. All-round you don’t even need to skip one single track here. Quite simply, Marcus Christ is not your typical rapper.