Welcome to the Church of the High Priest

The hip hop, comedic, rapping and singing preacher; ‘The High Priest’ travels the planet from the Deep South… of England, spreading the love and touching people deep inside by performing services in small venues, bars, festivals, weddings, your front rooms, basically anywhere that wants to feel the love with his pornographic political offensive comedy and songs.

The High Priest had an auspicious start in the music industry by working with one of the last true rock and roll maverick managers Stevo Pearce (Bizzare Records), but following the release of the critically acclaimed album ‘Picture That’ on legendary label Some Bizzare it soon became clear that music wasn’t to be his only calling.

Turning to the Church and training to be a Priest, he left the music industry to serve the Lord for ten years. However with his unorthodox approach and loss of faith, there was only one place left. The comedy stage.

Now propelled by a mix of scorn for an increasingly noxious media and political landscape and a love for attacking taboo subjects he is now the self appointed ‘High Priest’ combining mirth and music to spread the love.

Are you ready to feel the love?
Are you ready to be touched deep inside?
Are you ready to see GOD?!

Music Showreel

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Gig Incidents

1. White woman stands up in pub in Cambridge circus and starts shouting at me asking why do I have to be so aggressive and disgusting?

2. Black woman jumps on stage and tries rip out my dog collar in Worlds End pub Finsbury after I sing ‘censor this’. The compere and bar staff jump onto the stage while I pin her to the stage by throat.




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“(The High Priest is)… Like an x-rated musical version of, ‘Have I Got News For You’.”
Jim Ody – Room Thirteen

“The Bastard son of Bob Dylan, Bill Hicks and Eminem.”
MOJO Magazine

“Eminem meets Dylan on literate rapping debut from young British beatnik. The High Priest is a smart young man who’s latched on to the idea that Dylan’s Subterranean Homesick Blues was the first rap record.”
UNCUT Magazine

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The High Priest