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    Turning Gospel Rap Up a Notch with Inspiring New Perspective- BA Warrior Drops New Single

    Having experienced the trials of ‘the drug life, the thug life, and life on the streets’ BA Warrior is all set for the modern spiritual war

    Atlanta, Ga —May 1st, 2023 – Delivering bold, unrelenting, and authentic songwriting, B.A. Warrior is a Hip Hop-Gospel singer-songwriter who has a magnificent story to tell. With recent release, “The Reason I Praise,” the talented artist is elevating Gangsta Rap to a whole new level.

    Showcasing authentic lyricism which paints the true picture of his inspirational life stories, BA Warrior is masterclass act in the genre. Powerful, moving, and thoroughly electrifying, BA Warrior’s music represents his life’s journey through drugs, crime, and gang life.

    True to his name, B.A. Warrior is an emblem of a fighting spirit which can simply not be subdued. The seasoned Hip Hop artist embraces the message of the Gospel in his compositions, while simultaneously narrating how he overcame the countless struggles which life was dotted with.

    BA Warrior is a redeemed thug that overcame drugs and that street life with the power of God and is now writing his story in music form. His tracks such as “The Reason I Praise” and “Glory to God” are an expressive and motivating portrait of life’s many challenges and offer inspiration to audiences. Reminding listeners that if he can do it so can they, BA Warrior’s music continues to garner a staggering number of streams across music platforms.

    “I want the world to know that I came from the streets, was addicted to drugs, gave my life over to Christ and now I write my testimony in music form. I want others to know that we are in spiritual warfare, and God has been grooming me for war ever since I joined the United States Marine Corps at the age of 18,” affirms BA Warrior regarding his mission with music.

    Check out BA Warrior’s new music on his official website, buy a single to support the rising changemaker or stream his music on his Spotify platform. Make sure to like and follow the artist on social media for updates on new and upcoming music releases!



    B.A. Warrior is a gospel rap artist hailing from Atlanta, with a unique mission to encourage people to become warriors of God and push through the trials and tribulations of life. Terrence Lonon, the artist behind B.A. Warrior, initially started his music career as a secular rapper in 1992, while he was still serving in the military. However, he soon found himself embroiled in a spiritual war between drugs and alcohol. After accepting Jesus Christ as his lord and savior in 1996, he felt a calling to gospel rap ministry in 1999.

    B.A. Warrior draws inspiration from some of the biggest names in the rap industry, including 2pac, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, and Dr. Dre, and is known for his gangster-style lyrics that draw similarities to Tupac. Interestingly, the artist has been part of three combat situations during his time in the Marine Corps, which he believes were tests from God to prepare him for the spiritual war. B.A. Warrior’s music reflects his personal journey and serves as a reminder to his listeners that with faith in God, they can overcome any obstacle.


    B.A. Warrior
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