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I was born and raised in Richmond, CA and while growing up I was faced with a lot of temptations and challenges. As a teenager I hung around the wrong crowd and was involved in a lot of mischief. By the age of 12 I began experimenting with drugs - thinking I would just grow out of it. As time went on the drugs took over my life and by the age of 20 my life was spiraling out of control. By the age of 34 I was homeless living in the streets from Richmond to Oakland to San Fransisco. One early morning in 2005 God brought a vision to me in a dream while I was sleeping at a bus stop in front of the new San Francisco Giants baseball park at 2:00 am. God told me in the dream that he was not finish with me yet and that I was going to minister to thousands through music in a powerful way. He said he was going to provide everything I needed to do it. I thank God for saving me and in December of 2006 I rededicated my life to Jesus! I decided to let God lead my life and that was the last day I was homeless. God delivered me from the drug addiction and low self esteem that followed me most of my life. I move forward in that vision and was able to open the Grammy nominated recording artist Canton Jones in Sacramento, CA in 2011. I recently released my first album entitled "Break Through" in April 2012 and I'm currently ministering in the Sacramento area and looking forward to expanding my ministry to the world.