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Christian Rap Artist William T. Starzz on new single

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Christian rapper William T. Starzz convincedly delivers inspirational music through a rhythmical flow lively composed of penetrating and spiritually illuminative, Christian hip hop bars.  Born in Virginia in 1979, as William Taylor Womack Jr., the name “Starzz”, derived from an alias used during his extensive music career as a member of the secular rap group “Created Equal”.  He found Christianity at the age of 33, thus ultimately leaving the hip hop music scene altogether.  While away from the industry, he completed college earning an Associate's degree, and is now pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Pastoral Counseling in the field of Theology.  Still called by his in-grained love for music and his newfound love for Jesus Christ, he re-discovered his intrinsic talent for rapping the gospel message. In 2019 he led with his first Christian music production “earning him the Atlas Elite Entertainment Award for Best Hip Hop.  William T. Starzz independently released both of his official singles “Going In” produced by T-Rifik and “It Will Be Fine” produced by IQ/M2C, which is currently thriving worldwide throughout the Gospel and Secular music circuit.  He and his team at GG2G and Triune Movement Inc.and are pushing his newest project The Book of Trinity ”EP” covering 4 singles, as well as the official music videos preparing for the release of the full length album ”Kingdom Work“.  He devotes his gift into creating incredible music fueled by years of hard work, grinding and endured testing and trials.  The project is anticipated to flare with astounding productions laced under creative raps dabbled with melodiousness, revealing a powerful message of faith and conquest. His movement is renowned for the moto we are yelling GG2G (Give Glory 2 God). 

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