In the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, a group emerged in the new gospel hip-hop scene that not only had the “gospel / christian” part but also had the credible skills and “street wise” artistry to make an impact in the secular or mainstream scene as well; S.F.C (Soldiers For Christ) was lead by Californian African-American Chris Cooper, who originally rapped as “Super C” (short for super chris / super christian) and later became sup the chemist and then finally soup the chemist. Chris Cooper & S.F.C. were instrumental in bringing up and exposing newer gospel groups like: Dynamic Twins, the Original Gospel Gangstas, Freedom Of Soul, L.P.G and many more.
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