Aaron Robinson | From the Ground Up

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From the Ground Up

by Aaron Robinson

Christian Hip Hop artist, Aaron Robinson, seeks to bring about a revolution to this age of music and life in general. At 24 years of age, he enters his prime determined to show all by-standers and spectators that he is worthy to be credited as a lyricist.
Genre: Spiritual: Christian Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. High Maintenance
4:23 album only
2. It's About Time
3:07 album only
3. Exodus
4:33 $2.99
4. Chosen
3:30 album only
5. 365 (Confess His Name)
4:31 album only
6. Celebration
4:54 $2.99
7. Glory in the Heavens
4:33 album only
8. Righteous Colors
3:56 album only
9. Hot or Cold
3:31 album only
10. Daily
4:57 album only
11. Disciple of Jesus
3:55 album only
12. War Song
4:33 $2.99
13. Roses and Candles
4:18 album only
14. Salvation and Glory
4:14 album only
15. This Season
3:33 album only
16. Eternal Life
3:54 album only
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Album Notes
Attending a church service on a Wednesday evening in the month of April, 2014, Aaron was randomly called upon by his pastor, Apostle Durham, to be spoken to through a prophetic word from God. Aaron was told that his music would reach many young people of this generation to the saving of their souls just by hearing the lyrics spoken through his songs. Ironically though, before hearing that prophetic word Aaron had given up on rap music being that he felt no one, especially the youth, wanted to hear about someone rapping about their faith in God. Nonetheless, Aaron received the prophecy by faith and meditated upon it everyday consulting the Lord in prayer for confirmation to see if this really was the route that He wanted Aaron to go. It wasn't until late 2015 that Aaron began to catch a fire and a passion to write lyrics, whereas in times past before this moment Aaron wrote lyrics out of carnality while under the influence of prominent secular rap artists. Transitioning into the year of 2016 brought about clarity for the vision that God had for Aaron's life. Aaron began to pray and fast even the more to a point where the opinions and rejection of others no longer bothered him. In a process of time the title for his debut musical album was given to which is "From the Ground Up." The meaning of this project is two-fold. The first interpretation is that man-kind was created and crafted by the hands of God from the ground, i.e., dust. Following this further, the only way one can grow up properly is by way of surrendering their lives to Jesus Christ being that he gave His life a ransom for the transgression of Adam and Eve's sin. Secondly, the other meaning of the title of this album is a phrase that is coined after Aaron Robinson's life. For which Aaron came from a family that is categorized in the lower class of the societal order in the United States of America. However, the moment that Aaron began to glorify Jesus Christ is when he began to spring up from the ground thus no longer being oppressed by the system of this world but free because of the faith given to Jesus Christ and His Word.



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