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Geoffrey Knox was the second child of Paul & Ethel Knox and their only son. He’s a Holy Hip Hop artist and the creator, CEO and owner of The Thunderstorm Hip Hop Sports and Entertainment Network.
Born in Columbia, SC, the majority of his early years were spent DJing, graffiti tagging and making a name for himself in the underground southern hip hop scene.
That would lead to a long secular resume. His work would allow him the opportunity to work with everyone from T-Mo from the Goodie MOB, Wyclef Jean of the Fugees and Trackmasters entertainment. Legal troubles would eventually hamper his development, but even in that, time spent in both New Jersey and Atlanta would lead to two mainstream albums, both unreleased, and a musical catalog of well over 200 songs.
Even in that, he wasn’t satisfied. Shortly afterwards, he made a conscious effort to transition from secular music to that of a faith-based nature. His experience in music led him to the creation of “The Thunderstorm”, a weekly online radio show that focuses both on ministry and casting light on artists of all genres who use the talent God has given them for the upliftment of His Kingdom. That led to the creation of his own Thunderstorm Media Network. He’s since added Thunderstorm Sports to his lineup of shows and even helped in the creation of other online shows as well.
GQ can add the term “CEO” to his list of accolades as well. He’s the CEO of both The Thunderstorm Hip Hop Sports and Entertainment Network and the creator of GQ_4_Eva Graphix. He’s the co-editor of “Inside The Iggles” (a site owned by Fansided and is dedicated specifically to Philadelphia Eagles content). In his spare time, he’s also a contributing writer and editor for both Blasting News and Saturday Blitz (A college football site).
Now knowing his purpose, he’s dedicated himself to advancing God’s Kingdom, joining the fights against domestic abuse and mental illness and speaking life into young men who have been the victims of violent and sexual trauma. He currently serves as a full-time counselor at a level-four facility in the city of Rock Hill, SC.