Christon Gray – Testimony: A Musician’s Story pt. 2

Because you listened to part one of Christon Gray’s Testimony: A Musician’s Story, now you should have a better understanding of who Christon is. For those of you who are still disappointed that he is not putting out an album showcasing his rapping abilities, he hopes to release a Body Art 2 that includes rap tracks that didn’t make School of Roses.

For those of you who are still trying to figure out how a Christian can put out an album and not mention the name Jesus, but still call it a Christian album, now is the time to check out those tracks and hear Christon’s explanation about those tracks. By the time the last song hits your ear drums, maybe you too will agree that it is a God inspired album.

Preview the entire album, along with Christon’s commentary on each track during part two of this Rapzilla exclusive, right now. Pre-order School of Roses now on iTunes.

Testimony: A Musician’s Story is an audio-biography series that features various Christian artist, and is narrated by Gaelika “BrownTheory” Brown. It tells their story through their music and interviews. Follow Gaelika Brown on Twitter at @brown_theory.


OTHER TESTIMONIES:
Papa San
HeeSun Lee
Jahaziel
FLAME
Alex Faith
Canon
Social Club
Derek Minor
KIDD
KamBINO
Prince AJ of Still Trill Christians
Dre Murray
SPZRKT








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Chad Horton

Written by Chad Horton

Chad Horton has been in the music business since 2000 with a focus on digital distribution, streaming, playlisting, and social media marketing. Chad is currently a Partnership Producer at hi5.agency working with clients such as Blizzard Entertainment, Google Pixel, and more. Chad also owns and operates Rapzilla.com. Originally from Northern California, Chad became a San Diego resident in 2004 where he currently resides with his wife and children.

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