In 1994 Mike "Psalm91" Turner got into music when he was 10yrs old after seeing the "Thuggish Ruggish Bone" music video on Yo MTV Raps. He was first signed to Ghetto Rise Records in Portland Oregon at the age of 17 while he was attending Parkrose Highschool. While with Ghetto Rise Records Psalm91 released his debut album "Stormy Weather" in 2003 under the name A-NON and was sold in stores from Eugene to Seattle. After fulfilling his contract Psalm91 continued creating music but this time he ran his own home studio and got better in beat making and audio engineering.
In 2003 after graduating from Willamette highschool in Eugene, Psalm91 took off from home to pursue methamphetamine's and gang banging. While Psalm91 was active he met his now best friend Jesse "Nuborne" Kindler. Psalm91 said, "If I take anything worth anything from those days it's meeting my brother Nuborne." Shortly after that Psalm91 and Nuborne founded Underground Disciplez Entertainment (U.G.D Ent.)
A little over a year later Psalm91 left for Portland in hopes to get clean and his life back on track. Over the next year's the music came very slow for Psalm91 as he got married in 2005 and became a father.
In 2009 Psalm91 release his 2nd Album "Break Em Off" under the name A-NON. In 2010 U.G.D Entertainment was officially filed in the state of Oregon as a entertainment company. Psalm91 started signing artists and took flight! Pslam91 wanted his artists to be able to get everything done in house so he provided studio time, beats, photography, music videos, and audio mastering.
Psalm91 released a few more albums and then started working on his 4th secular solo album in 2012 titled "My City" under the name A-NON, which he had big name features such as Bizzy Bone, Yukmouth, Spice 1, Luni Coleone, Cool Nutz & more. The album was finished up and release on Christmas of 2015.
Shortly after, Psalm91 started his walk with Jesus Christ and totally stopped any promoting he was doing for his secular music. Since the change over he has only created hard hitting Christian music in hopes to grab the attention of the people the church has a hard time reaching. The active & Ex gang members, alcoholics, drug users, the depressed, the lonely ect...
In 2016 U.G.D. took on the new meaning of Under God Disciplez as J-Right and Psalm91 were having a conversation about making a Christian sub label for U.G.D. Ent. Then shortly after U.G.D. Ministries was founded.
2016-2017 under the name "A-NON", Psalm91 received three awards for Best Contemporary Christian Music Video, Best Christian Gospel Song, and Best Christian Gospel Music Video for his songs, "Where Do I Go, Gutter 2 the Gates, and Wolves Amongst Sheep" through The Akademia Awards. He was invited and attend the red carpet gala in Hollywood in 2017.