If you ask JunSix about his style today, he would easily tell you that he is what happens when you combine TobyMac with The Black Eyed Peas. Until recently it was hard to him to categorize his style. A hip-hop lover at heart who listens to everything, JunSix focuses on making the music he actually listens to.
As a believer in Christ Jesus, a religious argument with the head of his former label led him to encourage JunSix to record his first official Christian Hip-Hop album, “But Nobody's Listening” which was released in 2008. This album featured underground and mainstream hip-hop tracks and spoken word focused on his life in Christ Jesus and his dissolution with the current state of hip-hop.
After moving on to release music on his own imprint Junnybaby Music, JunSix proceeded to move closer and closer to making the music he wanted to make. His second album, “Operation Brainwash”, released in 2011 increased his fan base even more with more radio-friendly tunes such as “Radio Girl”, “Nothing Less” and “Begins with J”. JunSix flirted with autotune and dabbled in space-age sounds while speaking positive thought-provoking lyrics.
His third album, “The Art of Smiling”, released in 2016 pushed the envelope further as he added EDM tracks such as “Finally Dancing”, the drum and bass love song “Bestluvevr” and the west coast ratchet-style “Tennis”. This album further allowed him to add more singing and more radio-friendly tracks. This album found JunSix cementing his signature sound and set the stage for his current album “SuperFun” which was released in April of 2018. "SuperFun" featured rock-infused records such as "Beauty", the motivational EDM song "My Life Zone" and the Dr. Dre inspired "Gotta Be". The album is a diverse collection of records that promote positive fun, displays lyrical skill and spawned the Christian anthem, "iLuvBNaChristian".
JunSix call himself Alternative Christian Hip-Hop. Alternative because it’s unique from the standard Christian record. Christian, because of talks about his faith and also because he makes music both Christians and non-Christians can enjoy in good conscience. Hip-Hop because he is lyrically talented emcee.