ABOUT Jonathan "JüK" Krotov:
Jonathan “Jük” Krotov puts 2 different genres of music out under 2 completely different artist names. Under his nick name, Jük, he puts out his Hip-Hop music, and under his real name, Jonathan Krotov, he puts out his worship/folk music mix, which also contains a little rap as well. But it is important that you recognize that he has 2 completely different ITunes, Spotify, etc. pages for his 2 very different musical styles. If you want his rap music, search "Jük", if you want his worship or folk music, search "Jonathan Krotov".
For his worship music, he mixes a fusion of folk, soft rock, worship and hip-hop, a combination that could be described only by mixing an artist like NeedtoBreathe or Mercy Me, with Lecrae, or your favorite Christian rapper.
Jonathan plays guitar, piano, harmonica, b-box, drums, and has been producing, recording, mixing, and mastering his own music now for many years.
Jonathan has written songs with Alan Powell, formerly from the Christian band Anthem Lights, and appeared as a rapper on Christian rapper, KJ-52’s album, “Sons of Intellect”.
Again, he releases his strictly hip-hop music under his nickname, “Jük”, and has created the first-ever Hip-Hop New Testament. In the Hip-Hop New Testament, he raps the bible, and provides the music in the background, in pretty much a word-for-word translation of the Word of God, which can all be found on his artist page, SoldiersOfHeaven.com.
He and his wife, Elizabeth, also started the Web site WelcomeToTruth.com and created the first-ever Apologetics Board game, where they teach you, through apologetics, the strong scientific, archaeological and historical evidence for Christianity, and how to defend your faith.