Sam Purpose discusses what it was like growing up in the small town of Middlesex North Carolina.
@Sam Purpose also shares a valuable lesson he learned from his dad about how “The Color of Your Skin Does Not Matter When It Comes To Jesus.)
Also in this episode Sam Purpose Mentions about the Death of Best Friend and how in our communities we really don’t love one another like we should.
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Episode 24 Details: Death of Dad/Miscarriages/Losing Friend To Violence/Spousal Support/Growing Up With Elipesy/PITMOA/Black Dad/Testimony
In the 24th episode, Daryl Chops it up with Christian hip hop Artist, Sam Purpose.
They discuss his latest album “PITMOA”, the death of his dad, miscarriages, losing his best friend to violence and growing up with epilepsy.
Sam Purpose also shares his powerful testimony, and the reason behind his song, “Black Dad”.
More About Sam Purpose:
Growing up in the small town of Middlesex, North Carolina Samuel Arthur Pierce, known as Sam P, first came in touch with hip hop music through his childhood friend. Initially getting his influences from Notorious B.I.G, Nas, Big L, EPMD, Wu-Tang Clan, and Mobb Deep.
After dedicating his life to Christ in 2007 and committing to following Jesus, eight years later he was inspired to write rap music again with a different focus, giving honor to Christ. This time instead of making it a hobby, he decided to take it seriously now getting his influences from Andy Mineo, Lecrae, Trip Lee, and Bizzle.
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