Inside his Liberty City music studio, Miami rapper Loksamillion keeps his Bible open to Songs of Solomon on a small black leather couch.
“There’s a reward for those who are diligent and listen to God,” he says.
Across the room, a small padded recording booth anchors the space next to a keyboard and computer. From the outside, this is a quaint yellow and white home on a quiet residential Liberty City block.
But this is where Loksamillion, also known as Loks, creates.