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live with us will be countre boi.We’ve all heard the stories of most artists’ tumultuous rise to stardom in the music industry, from Vegas rockers to Nashville crooners.
Then, on the other end of the spectrum, there are a few rarities who have experienced, what appears to be, a fast effortless ride from
singing on an amateur YouTube video to playing sold-out crowds and donning the cover of Entertainment Weekly.
One of Christian hip-hop’s newest hopefuls has a story that resembles more of the first than the latter tale; however, there is one aspect
of his story that he doesn’t share with many of his counterparts. This is Countreboi’s third attempt to become renowned for his rapping
and songwriting gifts. And, by the looks of his progress as an artist today, the third time’s a charm. His upcoming album is laced with
a unique sound from beginning to end.
Not to mention, after one conversation with him about music, his smile and exuberance for his craft makes you think that he just joined
the game. “While there have been pain and tears, I have learned in this industry that you have to have patience. My big break is
coming because music is in me. I love music. God gave this talent to me to use, and I will use it to the best of my ability to influence
people,” says the married father of three.
He is doing just that these days as a solo artist, but that wasn’t always the case.
Countreboi’s journey in the industry began about nine years ago with a run-of-the-mill rap group called Trap County Boys.
“We came out and did a couple of shows, but it didn’t quite turn out right. They were talking about selling dope, robbing, and, to be
honest, I don’t like to make songs about things that I am not doing myself. I ain’t getting on a song about smoking weed, selling dope
and robbat. So, I didn’t feel