Divine Styler (born Marc Richardson, 1968) is an alternative hip hop artist from Brooklyn, New York.
He first emerged as part of Ice-T's Rhyme Syndicate. His first LP, Word Power, was hailed by critics and fans, but was not a commercial success. His second album, the wildly experimental Spiral Walls Containing Autumns of Light, also failed to sell well. In 1998, Divine Styler hooked up with the Quannum posse, teaming up with his dear friend and fellow Rhyme Syndicate alumni Everlast, Styles of Beyond and the Beat Junkies. The Beat Junkies' DJ Rhettmatic also appeared, on his third LP, Directrix (Featuring Exceed), which trafficked in Information Age paranoia.Divine Styler is a convert to Sunni Islam after a number of years spent in the Faradian Islam offshoot known as Nation of Gods and Earths; he influenced the decision of Everlast to become a Muslim. Many of the songs on Spiral Walls Containing Autums of Light are songs of praise to Allah, and the 1999 song "Make It Plain"
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