Two-time Dove Award-winning Christian hip-hop artist Aaron Cole just released his latest single, “Proof.” The new track marks his fourth single to be released from his upcoming album Sorry, I Changed is now available for pre-order. It includes four instant-grat tracks: “Proof,” “I Love It,” “Have Your Way,” and “Tables Turned.” The album will be out on April 26th and will be Cole’s first album released under RCA Inspiration.

Showcasing his gripping lyrical delivery and musical versatility as a rapper, singer, and songwriter, Sorry, I Changed is Aaron Cole’s third full-length album, featuring thirteen tracks including “Two Cents,” “SBTN (feat. Kirk Franklin),” “Infinity (feat. DOE),” “Safe Haven,” and more. On “Proof,” Cole sings a soul-stirring anthem and unwaveringly reassures us of God’s steadfast presence and strength alongside us through any of life’s challenges. With captivating verses and infectious hooks, Cole testifies that faith requires no further proof.

Aaron Cole started his musical journey at the young age of 3 and released his debut album, Jesus Is the Rock, as an independent artist at age 4. His remarkable talent caught the eye of Christian music luminary TobyMac, leading to a signing with his label, Gotee Records, at just 15 years old. Under Gotee, Cole garnered acclaim with two albums, Not By Chance and Two Up Two Down. Along with three #1 hit singles on the Billboard Christian charts, two Dove Awards, and a Stellar Award nomination, Cole’s music has garnered sync placements on promos for ESPN and Fox Sports and the Netflix original series, “On My Block.”

As Aaron Cole continues to captivate audiences with his unique blend of faith and hip-hop music, he stands as a testament to his unwavering commitment to spreading the message of hope and redemption. Listen to “Proof,” now available on all digital platforms, and pre-order Sorry I, Changed.

Sarah Hearn
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