Adrian Stresow is a producer, songwriter, and artist based in Frisco, Texas. At just 14, he has developed a strong following among Christian rap fans. Stresow has written and produced several of his own songs and mixtapes.
His first mixtape, Broken World received positive reviews from UrbanAndGospel.com and later described Stresow as “displaying great lyricism.” Stresow is known for producing strong original beats and for writing memorable hooks and lyrics. Adrian also created a producing group in 2013 called “The Beat Wizards” with friend and fellow Christian rapper, Nick Belair.
Stresow is a North Texas native who was raised in a Christian home. His love for music and technology converged by accident when he was just 10 years old. He opened the Garage Band program on his mother’s computer in 2008 and has been producing songs ever since. At 13, Stresow made the commitment to spread the message of the gospel through positive hip-hop.
Christian Rapper or Rapper who is Christian?| Posted December 10, 2017
Overall, Adrian Stresow is a powerful artist. His flow is great, his beats are superb, and his singing is not bad. After three successful mixtapes, I was ready to really get into this artist. He seemed to have it all figured out and a great example of what it looks like to be a Christian.
Then 2017 hit.
Adrian then released "At Least I Tried" which featured many explicit tracks. There also seemed to be very little added to his lyrics except him bragging all the time. Barely did we hear Jesus, and it only felt like we were forced to listen to him brag about how great he was.
"Ok, he's only 19 give the kid a break. He's probably just out there discovering himself still."
That may be true, but after "The Kid in His Room" I became even more discouraged. This 7 track album only had 3 songs that were not explicit. Again, we were subjected to his bragging, although the beats were still superb and the flow on point.
This just brings all around again. Some weeks after releasing "The Kid in His Room", Arian left the somewhat Christian label he had been associated with "Benchwarmers".
Now he is on a new path ready to do whatever pleases him, and I am only left with a feeling of fear.
This Rapzilla freshman has seemed to walked away from God in his music and in his life. It scares me to think of what kids will do if they hear his music.
Until then, all we can do is pray for this underground talent.