BIO Chicago born and raised, Phillip Morris has been described as "one of the ultimate word smiths of hip-hop" according to Skope magazine. He is a revolutionary thinker trapped inside of an emcee’s frame. A man whose passion for multi-syllabic rhyming borders an obsession.
He has been featured in the 2008 documentary "I Am Hip-Hop" (directed by Geoff Harkness) and is one of the 9 main stars of the upcoming 2009 documentary "Roof Top Hip Hop" (created by Oliver Holmberg, directed by Paul Moriarity Jr.)
His music video "Mister Morris" was an official selection of both the Midwest Independent Film Festival and the 2009 Chicago International Hip Hop Film Festival 2009. It also received a nomination for Best Music Video at the 2009 BMA's (Best of the Midwest Awards) held by the Midwest Independent Film Festival.
Phillip strives to make original music as far from the norm as possible. He keeps crowds entertained with his complex rhymes and electrifying stage performance. He keeps them thinking by speaking out about injustices occurring worldwide and challenging traditional ways of thinking.