We are sharing here a recent interview with gospel recording artist Aaron Williams.
First of all, do tell our readers about the start of your music career?
My career started early, singing in the living room at grandma’s house, with my aunts, and on the church choir.
Did having a musical background prove to be an inspiration for you?
Yes, very much so.
Tell us about your recent Album ‘Rend Your Heart’?
The album comes from a place where the Lord was bringing me BACK out of a sinful lifestyle and was dealing with me concerning repentance, restoration and reconciliation; and these songs address those conversations that I had with the Lord through my prayers and petitions. I chose, Rend Your Heart, for the title track because I believe it sums up what the Lord desires of a believer as we come to him. Not just for things, but also as he molds and makes us the more into His image.
It has been such a blessing during the creative process of releasing this project, and now that it is completed, seeing people’s faces and hearing their feedback has been very encouraging. I’m expecting greater as I move forward.
What are the options available for downloading/listening to the tracks?
Listening samples can be found at https://revaaronwilliams.hearnow.com. The cd is available on ReverbNation, CDbaby, Google Play, and on iTunes right now.
What kind of response has your Album been receiving thus far?
Feedback from those who have heard the cd has been very positive and the responses on a few media outlets have been excellent.
What’s your favorite Music genre?
Christian Gospel is really my favorite but I find myself listening to all music genres.
What are your future goals as a music artist?
My future goals as a minister and a gospel recording artist is to embrace the plan of God for both my life and my gift, to see where the Lord will take me.
Are you working on any other new projects?
Currently I’m not actively working on any project but I am writing almost daily. There is another project compiled on paper but as the Lord continues giving me new material that may change.
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