Luti-Kriss is the precursor to the Christian metalcore band Norma Jean. With a lineup of Josh Scogin (Vocals), Scottie Henry (Guitar), Joshua Doolittle (Bass), Daniel Davison (Drums), and Derr (Guitar), Luti-Kriss released two CDs: an EP entitled "5ep" and an LP known as "Throwing Myself". The band wanted to change their name for some time, but the label would not allow it. The band used the rise of hip-hop artist Ludacris as an excuse to change their name, and the label then allowed it.

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