Min. Aaron Moses – the next big thing in Christian rap – wants those within an ear shot of his voice to know that their dreams, fueled by their faith, will come into fruition, if they dare to stand unmoved by circumstances that may suggest otherwise.
“Believe beyond measure; never stop believing,” says the Baton Rouge, rap artist and founder of HopeMusic & HopeMovies Entertainment.
“Philippians 1:6 tells us that He who began a good work in you shall perform it until the day of Jesus Christ.
“So, just believe. When belief stops believing, you continue to believe,” said Moses. “When your money don’t believe in your dream no more, you continue to believe. When your body, your emotions and every fiber of your existence other than your soul refuse to believe in your dream, you believe in your dream, that you can do all things through Christ which strengthens you (as Philippians 4:13 states).”
That strong conviction that he preaches is what his audience hears emphatically throughout his album
Manifestation, which was released in May, can be purchased on iTunes or Amazon.
In talking about the title song “Manifestation,” Moses, 26, shares how it depicts his life’s transformation.
“At this stage of my life (six years ago), I had totally made up my mind that I was no longer going to prostitute my gift to the world, and I was going to present it holy before Christ,” Moses says.
“What I meant by that was my life had to change in order for a lot of people around me to change,” says Moses who lived a hard life, having battled drug addiction and having buried his mother who died of AIDS at age 45 in March of 2006.
There are 12 tracks on the album. Each offers a candid look into this artist’s heart. Each one ministers greatly to the souls of its listeners while captivating them with hardcore beats and a voice that sounds fresh off the streets.