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Majik Most describes himself as "that Original Sweaty Back Bastard from Florida that's bringing the type of solid creative material the scene needs right now."

Originally from Miami , Majik started as a 2-year old playing with a karaoke machine. In the summer of 1992 Majik Most moved to Tampa , FL and met Dutchmassive. They quickly discovered how they both had this love for hip hop in common. And despite setbacks such as majik accidentally launching a broom thru dutch's bedroom window twice and getting banned from his apartment complex for graffiti, you could always catch them rhyming and building their skills further.

Through a mutual friend they hooked up with Celph Titled, already a seasoned producer, and from there they recorded a three song demo. Soon after Majik and Celph escaped near death while selling bootleg Wutang tapes at a Wutang show they decided to form a group named Equinox, which eventually evolved into Equilibrium.

In 1997 they recorded 14 tracks for an Equilibrium full length LP. Three of these tracks were released as the groups' first single which included, "Critical Conditions" feat Vex of the Boogie Monsters, the underground classic "Windows 98," and "Fahrenheit 813". The single was reviewed in URB magazine where the writer singled out Majik saying he, "proves to be the lyricist in the group." However Majik separated from the group from late 1998 to summer 2000. During this period he was involved in a few non-hip hop related projects which included providing sound effects for "the Mummy Returns", (mummies getting blown away by shotguns).

In 2002 Majik resurfaced with the 12" single "Majik's Theme" / "Mother Molesters" feat Celph Titled, Apathy, & Louis Logic / & "Forget You" on Buds Distribution. Majik made many appearances on other artist's projects in the 2002 – 2003 year, most notably Apathy's double CD, "It's the Bootleg, Muthafuckas Volume 1" and the Demigodz EP "The Godz must be Crazy". In 2004 the second official 12" single of Majik's career, "Stick'Em" b/w "Chicks don't Mind" feat Louis Logic, was released on Atomik Recordings to stellar reviews. In 2005 Majik dropped "Molesting Hip Hop", a CD & DVD combination, on Domination Recordings; it featured such well-respected artists as Celph Titled, Apathy, Louis Logic, J-Zone, Vinny Paz, Gutta Mouf, JJ Brown, Rise, Big Scoob, Dutch Massive and more.

In 2007, the long time Demigodz affiliate, Majik Most, released his most recent full- length CD: "You Got Jokes?!" on Domination Recordings. Already heralded as a "masterwork of creativity, imagination, and skill", "You Got Jokes?!" features beats and rhymes from Celph Titled, Apathy, J-Zone, Louis Logic, DJ Cheapshot, DutchMassive, Laws, and PFM, among others.

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