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Name  Gregory Owens
Birth name  Gregory Scott Owens
Role  Rapper
Years active  1998-present
Occupation(s)  Rapper

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Also known as  Soulheir the Manchild, MC
Origin  Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Associated acts  Deepspace5, Mars Ill, Move Merchants, The Pride
Albums  Sound Methods 2.0, Sound Methods
Genres  Christian hip hop, Underground hip hop
Record labels  Gotee Records, Uprok Records
Similar  Freddie Bruno, Sev Statik, Sean Paul, Braille, MF Doom

Music groups  Mars Ill, Deepspace5

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Gregory Scott Owens, commonly known by his stage name Manchild (sometimes abbreviated as MC and previously known as Soulheir the Manchild) is a [[Christian hip hop|Christian rapper falls within the alternative hip hop genre. He fronts the underground and Christian hip hop group Mars ILL, is part of the Deepspace5 supergroup collective, and has collaborated with the likes of Christian rappers KJ-52 and John Reuben. Manchild describes the origin of the name Soulheir in "Manchild Speaks" (a spoken word interlude found on The Ringleader by DJ Maj): "I used to know this cat named Soulheir / But I offed him, now I use his name often / Manchild is the cat that you wanna be quotin'."

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In February 2008, Manchild announced on Mars ILL's forum that he was starting up Manchildinsider.com, originally a subscription only site that featured five new songs for $5 every month, with an option to pay for the entire year for $50. In September, the blog was made public, with only the songs themselves sent privately to members who've signed up for the songs. "After starting up and running an independent label and all it entails, and after essentially being signed to a major [EMI] through Gotee, I knew it was time for a different chapter of releasing new music," Manchild told PerformerMag about why he decided to sell his music this way.

In 2009, Manchild and Sean P released a collaborative album, Move Merchants, a name they also adopted for themselves, that includes some tracks that are explicitly Catholic hip hop.

Deepspace5 contributions

The Future Ain't What It Used To Be

  • From The Outside (4:28)
  • Spit Shine (4:16)
  • Lord Willing (5:01)
  • Black Magic (4:00)
  • Ohgeez (4:34)
  • Punch Drunk (4:38)
  • Killing With Kindness (3:41)
  • Beat The Rap (5:17)
  • Natural Selection (4:32)
  • All You Can Eat (4:13)
  • Geronimo (4:44)
  • Body Double (3:20)
  • And It Was Good (7:00)
  • Where Amazing Happens (5:45)
  • Deepspace5oul (DeepspaceSoul)

  • Deepspace 5oul
  • Lip Service remix
  • The Founder
  • Double Dog Dare You
  • Downtown Connects
  • Unique Just Like Everyone Else

  • Talk Music
  • Wingspan
  • Mechanical Advantage
  • Truth Be Told
  • Half Hearted
  • One and the Same
  • City Scaping
  • I Don't Make It
  • Brilliant
  • Start Right Here
  • The Last One
  • One for the Road
  • People are people - single
  • The Night We Called It a Day

  • The Night We Called It a Day
  • Elementary
  • Stick This in Your Ear
  • Take the Rhythm
  • This Curse I Bear
  • Ziontific
  • World Go Round
  • FWords
  • Thinking By Numbers
  • If Tomorrow Starts Without Me
  • DeepSpace5 EP

  • Create To Devastate
  • Voice of the Guns
  • Hall of Justice
  • Dwell in Possibility
  • If I Laugh
  • Universal
  • References

    Manchild (rapper) Wikipedia


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