My Testimony? First I would like to give Honor to God, who is the head of my life, and to whom all Honor and Glory are due. Without Him, my life nor this opportunity would be possible. I was born on February 18, 1982; son of James and Sandra Thompson, and am named after my father James Thompson Jr. Born and raised in Sweet Home Arkansas with my younger sister Monica Thompson. My family attended First Baptist Church in Sweet Home where I became an active member. I sang in the youth choir, helped as a Jr. Deacon, and was on the youth usher board. Up until the age of 18 I lived a very sheltered life. I attended Mills High School were I graduated in 2000. I began to run the streets and hang with gangs as soon as I got out of school. Although I had never being jumped in, I hung with Bloods and respected them as well as gained respect by the ones I hung with. I also began selling drugs on the streets of Little Rock and North Little Rock. I was living a life that was going nowhere fast. ? One summer day, my life took a dramatic turn. I was jumped and thrown in the trunk of a burning car, I remember yelling for any and everybody to help me but when it came to man himself I was alone. I prayed to God, who I knew would never leave me, and He saved my life. I was able to get out and walk away from the car. To express myself rapping was my release. I was the Lyrical Assasin of Gansta Rap and I held that title and name well. It was not until I rededicated my life to Christ, in the midst of still pursuing my love for rap, did God come to me saying; I have a great work for you to do. Now that same Lyrical gift and means of expression is now used to lift and glorify the Name of Jesus. And instead of the negative influence, my music speaks about His Glory, Favor, Kindness, Love, and Omnipotent Power. My mission is to spread the Word of God throughout the world in an attempt to introduce Christ as Savior; Because it was His Saving Grace that kept me from Death.
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