Matthew Aarons Releases Inspiring New Single “Fear Not”

St. Ann’s Bay-born musician Matthew Aarons has just unveiled his latest single, “Fear Not.” This uplifting song encourages listeners to have faith and trust in God, delivering a powerful message of hope and inspiration.

“Fear Not” is a heartfelt expression of gratitude and a reminder of the importance of trusting in God’s plan. Matthew Aarons aims to spread God’s words through his music, touching the hearts of listeners worldwide. With its melodic composition and meaningful lyrics, “Fear Not” serves as a source of encouragement and strength.

Matthew’s musical journey began at a young age, growing up in a Christian home and attending a United Pentecostal Church. He developed a love for music, starting with the drums at the age of five. As he grew older, he expanded his musical abilities by learning to play the piano and joining the marching band in high school.

As the music director at his father’s church, Matthew honed his skills in vocal harmony and music theory. He furthered his musical education at Palm Beach State College, where he delved into jazz and learned from influential composers such as Bud Powell, Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson, and Thelonious Monk.

Matthew Aarons’s music has a profound impact on listeners, evoking a range of emotions from comfort and solace to elation. His ability to bring God to the forefront of each composition sets him apart as an artist. Drawing inspiration from Gospel greats like Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams, and The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Matthew’s music resonates with audiences on a spiritual level.

With aspirations to be signed to a record label and go on tour, Matthew Aarons aims to increase his fan base and followers on social media. His dedication to spreading God’s word through music and his desire to inspire positive action are evident in his musical journey.

Osafo Daniel
Osafo is the Co-Founder of Gospel Chapter. Beyond his editorial role he does PR, Digital Marketing, Web Development and SEO

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