Christian rapper Lil Raskull (a.k.a. Delbert Harris) grew up in Trinity Garden, a ghetto on the north side of Houston, TX. He began performing in 1993 and released his first single, Luv Ya Groove, the following year on Deadgame Records. By 1995, Lil Raskull devoted himself to Christianity, founding Golgotha Missionaries and combining his faith with his music. The result was 1996's Controverse All-Star; Crossbearing followed three years later on Grapetree Records, and in early 2000 Lil Raskull returned with The Day After.