Oh come all ye faithful - Jamie Principle (1988)
A piece from the NME covering Jamie Principle. This piece contains some interesting comments linking sex, what it meant to be Black in 1980s Chicago, and house music.
The piece deals with a particular topic that is generally ignored in the literature beyond this point. Namely; sex, and/or the intersection between sex and the inherent Christian references in Chicago house music. Principle was perhaps the main proponent of a raunchier, or even sometimes explicit, style of house music. Tracks referenced sexual acts, orgies, and darker sexual fantasies (see Baby Wants To Ride for further reference).
There's also a short discussion about Principle's faith and how he sees his music as way in which he can minister to people. It seems an oddly candid article, but for all it's honestly it raises more questions than it answers.