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Brooklyn, NY
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Portrait of Dj Aaron
Aaron Williams was born in Kingston, Jamaica and grew up in a Godly home with two brothers and a God-fearing mother, Pastor Patsy Williams. In the early 2000’s Aaron was apart of a group that successfully traveled around the island doing Reggae Gospel music. Shortly after some of the members migrated, he decided to spend time in the word of God and learn more about Him under the mentorship of Bishop and Mrs. Herro Blair and the FCDC (Faith Cathedral Deliverance Center) family. In the latter part of 2005, Aaron heeded God’s call to take become a gospel minister. In 2006, he recorded two songs: “Take Heed” and “Roll with God” which got a fair amount of airplay on Zip FM, Megajamz FM and Love 101 FM.
An opportunity came for him to migrate to the United States of America in May 2006. After being In America for 1 year, Aaron met a producer named Linton ‘Blessup’ Atkinson who started the Adamah8 Entertainment record label along with partners Frank Chambers and Samantha McRae-Najar. Out of that union came the hit single “Dress Back” which has received worldwide attention and features a hot video with instructional dance moves. DJ Aaron recently completed his debut album, released in the September 2008 to an exciting audience in Brooklyn. It is expected to be a real treat that will do well internationally.