Darius West, the owner of Ergon Entertainment, LLC, has a tremendous passion for ministry and entertainment for the millennial generation to help guide them into understanding the importance of having a vision in order to grasp the purpose and destiny for their lives. His charisma and dynamic teaching gift captivates audiences as he speaks about the relevance of the Kingdom of God for this generation. Due to the call upon his life, God has given him the ability to connect and network with key individuals in the entertainment industry to further the gospel of the Kingdom through his life of integrity and collective body of work. His company has produced the first mainstream distributed Christian Hip Hop Documentary being released in the spring of 2018 by Warner Music Group — MIC DROP: The Culture of Christian Hip Hop. This film chronicles the history and culture of Christian Hip Hop in the 1980s/1990s and how it has affected the culture of today’s millennial Christian Hip Hop movement. The foundational word that he carries with him as a reminder of his call to the millennial generation is for them to “Remember now your Creator in the days of your youth, before the difficult days come. And the years draw near when you say, ‘I have no pleasure in them’” (Ecclesiastes 12:1). He has lived this passage as a young man in ministry and entertainment, which placed him on some of the largest platforms in the Christian music industry as a dancer/choreographer for Carman, Kirk Franklin, Fred Hammond and Tonex. So, he understands what it takes to get a vision from God as a young person in order to seek after the purpose and destiny for his life.

Darius and his two daughters live in Los Angeles, CA.