Cvrus Brandon Alexander - 'King Cyz' (pronounced: "King
Holy Hip-Hop/Gospel Rap Artist Cyrus (KingCyz) Alexander has lived
in Delaware ever since his birth. From the womb King Cyz was labeled
as the ‘Miracle Baby' since even the doctors were stunned at how
such a conception could have ever occurred as Cyrus' parents were
told by doctors and specialists in fertility that they could never
have any children.
From the beginning God had His hand upon Cyrus in the very smile
which seemed to illuminate his surroundings and "draw all men
unto...." the love and compassion that God had uniquely placed
At the age of five he accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior & Lord. He
began to evangelize and win souls for the Kingdom of God with a zeal
and fire second to none. His boldness in confronting people as to
their ‘soul status' and whether they would go to heaven or hell if
they died at that very moment was the onset of that burning fire
that is so evident as he spits the lyrics of his gospel rap/holy
hip-hop songs to this very day. At the age of nine King Cyz began to
"call those things which be not as though they were" and stated that
when he grew up he wanted to be a gospel rap artist, which although
humorous and strange to many, offered no hindrance to the vision and
goals which continued to intensify and become more focused than ever
As Cyrus entered his teen years he began to receive invitations to
minister his gospel raps at youth conferences, crusades, street
ministries, schools & colleges, etc. and God began to strategically
place people into his life who could impart their expertise, wisdom
and guidance in such a way that he would mature in the Word of God
and the ministry that he had been called to.
During the past few years King Cyz has ministered at events that
featured such artists as 112 of Bad Boy Entertainment,
Maurette Brown Clarke of Verity Records, Jacquie
‘Lady J' Gines of Rising Son Media, Musician, Artist & Radio
Host Jeff Majors, Vocal Group Trin-i-tee 5:7,
Michelle Williams (Destiny's Child), and Comedian
He has opened-up for Platinum Recording Artist and Multi-Stellar
Award Winner Tonex (toe-nay) as well as one of the
rapidly-rising new gospel artists known as Tye Tribbett & G.A.
KingCyz is featured on the song Happy with Ann Nesby
(former lead singer with the Sounds of Blackness) on
her latest album, Make Me Better.
One of his recent accomplishments is a featured spot in the song
Champions on the newly-released album I'm Still Here by
veteran vocalist Melba Moore.
In 2001, King Cyz's debut album. Life or Death, got right to
the point. He delivered a bold message urging his listeners to
choose LIFE in CHRIST, or experience eternal damnation. The album
was designed to captivate every listener with lyrics that cut like a
two-edged sword and a message that would reach the masses. Let
"...he that hath ears to hear..." receive what the Spirit of the
Lord is delivering straight to your ears and into your heart through
this powerful gospel rap ministry !
Now. in 2005, Wake-Up!, the smash follow-up to Life or
Death, promises not to disappoint. Packed with bangin' beats,
Word-based rhymes, and classic collaborations, this album raises the
ministry bar to a whole new level. For those feigning for Holy Hip
Hop at its finest, this 15-track gem couldn't have come at a better
time. 2001 provided a choice: life, or death. 2005 will prove
whether you have learned anything in 4 years.... WAKE UP!