Aaron T Aaron
Aaron T Aaron is a talented worship leader, singer and songwriter, who lives in Hatfield, England. Born in Nigeria to Christian parents, Aaron served in his parent’s church as the Choir Music Director.
Aaron has always had a passion for singing and since 2001 has served at the London Lighthouse Parish of House on the Rock as a worship leader with Hill City Mass Choir. There he has led worship and been involved in the choir leadership.
A graduate in Accounting and a Masters in Management, Aaron is now in full time ministry. He released his first EP in June 2010 entitled ‘Your Name Be Praised’. Following this, on October 30th 2010, Aaron released his debut album; a worship project entitled ‘Awesome God’. The release of the album was a live recording event and the day was graced with Gospel music heavy weights like Muyiwa and River songs, Lurine Cato, Donna Akodu of the Kingdom worship movement, Femi Jacobs, Remi Odumesi and Spanish Artiste Roni Padilla.
In the meantime Aaron has made significant strides in the reach of his ministry. He has featured in the first BBC Proms: Gospel Edition as well as ministered at the Royal Albert Hall alongside worship leader/songwriter Tim Hughes.
Aaron T Aaron is the Director of DOXAZO, a record label set up with a Christian ethos for Christian artists. The label is a ministry that was birthed out of a heart of service to the body of Christ. This label also operates in the area of worship through leading worship, writing songs for congregational worship and recording indigenous gospel hits. Aaron T Aaron believes that he has been called to praise God as the ‘T’ in his name suggests. In his native language of Igbo, ‘T’ which stands for ‘Tochukwu’ means “to Praise God”.
Aaron aspires to create music and lead worship across the globe with a rallying call for worshippers to come back to the place of worship. He believes that by being both Nigerian and British he will be able to bridge cultural gaps with his fusion of Western and African influence to ensure that he can minister to people from all races and be a blessing to people all over the world.