Circa 2007, G.O.D.Sent has been ministering the Gospel of Hope in Jesus to many people who enjoy hip-hop music. He has collaborated with artists such as The Ambassador & Phanatik of The Cross Movement, God’s Servant of LampMode Recordings, Datin of G.O.M., K-Drama, Disciple, Indigo, Young Joshua, 4 Trinity, Ruth Vega, and more! He’s ministered in various cities throughout the United States as well as St. Marc, Haiti.

With his fifth studio album available now on iTunes and www.godsenthiphop.com, G.O.D.Sent has made his mission clear: to make God, His love, and His kingdom known to all who will listen. His latest release entitled “Christ In A Hip Hopper” gives us a clear map to what He considers are important factors to being in Hip Hop ministry as well as things to celebrate.

To G.O.D.Sent, Jesus is for Everybody because everybody needs to know Him, trust Him, and follow Him. He does not shrink back from not only bringing Jesus up in a song or performance, he implores his listeners to seek and find Jesus. When he is not on the road, he is primarily a committed husband, an intentional father, and active church member in Lancaster, PA. He also works in inner-city schools to teach teens how to write and record music while giving them life lessons along the way.

Musical Influences include Phanatik, The Ambassador, R-Swift, and Shai Linne, as well as “Underground”, “East Coast”, “Conscious” Rap. Jeo Ramos, the voice of G.O.D.Sent, grew up listening to rap in the 90's, so most of his sound is reminiscent of that time, however, G.O.D.Sent has developed a unique sound while still adapting to Hip Hop's current styles. You can always expect bold statements, challenging topics, and sound truths. Many have also commented that he delivers his lyrics clearly and can easily communicate to whatever crowd is before him making his audience very diverse and receptive.

Spiritual influences include The Bible (should go without saying but we think that in today's climate, it needs to be said), his pastor Los Morales, John Piper, William Branch, Brady Goodwin, Tony Merida, Clint Darst, and the local Church. Jeo did not come in to the faith with a healthy understanding of the Gospel. Through his first years following Jesus, his now pastor Los (who also did Hip hop ministry in the late 90's/early 2000's) walked with him in discipleship. This gave Jeo a hunger for God's Word so he spent some time studying at Lancaster Bible College, subscribing to pastors who were preaching the Bible, and studying God's Word for himself.

His live performance is very well-thought out and executed. Without a doubt, he delivers his songs and messages with much passion, conviction, and excellence together with a live deejay and a drummer. After almost ten years ministering through music, being mentored, studying, and seeking the Lord; his craft is definitely matured and proven to be anointed for God’s work.