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Fast style. Word play. Outstanding energy. Don't blink- Daron Faltz is an artist you don't want to miss. Unlike current rappers, his concern isn't surrounding money or fame, but how and what he can do to change lives... one word at a time.
Williamsburg, Virginia native Daron was raised by a single mother alongside two younger siblings. His all-consuming passion for hip hop began as a middle schooler when groups of friends started forming circles and freestyle rapping. Upon experiencing this, Daron started writing songs immediately.
A promise of a future hip hop career was imminent in Daron's life, but the world has a way of twisting and turning positive hopes into negative discouragement. During high school, Daron surrounded himself with the wrong people. Sexual temptations, drug use, and pornography absorbed, engrossed, and exhausted his life and thoughts. After repeatedly getting kicked out of school, Daron embraced the title of "problem child".
That is, until he met a girl who would forever change the course of his life. After becoming close with this friend, she did the unthinkable and invited Daron to a local church event. Surprising himself, he accepted. That night, he cried out to God and made a personal commitment to Jesus to turn away from his currently destructive lifestyle.
Although his life was now completely restored and altered by God, he still struggled with addictions that, after three years, he has finally conquered.
Upon graduating high school, Daron enrolled in Southeastern University where he studies ministerial leadership.
Daron's sole mission is to uplift others through hip hop and rap with an overtly Christian message, and has worked on four projects- "Welcome to the Underground", "The Open Notebook", "Roses are Red", and his current EP which is set to drop in July 2014- "Solid Liquid". Check out "Roses are Red" on datpiff.com.