A native of PG County Maryland, son of a pastor, and now husband, Jason “Humble Tip” Lewis is no stranger to the Christian faith, giving his life to the Lord at a young age. This Emcee explains “I never wanted to do this whole rap thing. I wanted to go to school and become a sports agent. I never, ever saw myself rapping.” In fact, his father almost had to force him to do his first performance.
Humble Tip got his start in an odd way after running into Perry Tankard (DJ PDOGG) in the hallways of Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. After harassing him for a few weeks, DJ PDOGG finally got him to rap on his show, and the rest is history.
The two spearheaded a ministry team called Strictly 4 Jesus (S4J). This group of young believers in held weekly Bible studies, accountability sessions, assisted in preparing and promoting Christian entertainment, ministered in detention centers and youth groups, and also was involved with global missionary outreach.
As time passed, and as always, people grow up, and in this instance, they graduate. Everyone in S4J eventually had to go their separate ways, which left Humble on his own in Lynchburg to search out how God would like to use him. And He showed him in a major way, by using a relationship already developed with Liberty University’s recruitment through S4J, a very unique partnership with Liberty University was formed between them and Humble that allows him to promote the school as Humble Tip, while still being Jason Lewis, the national recruiter.
Armed with in depth knowledge of Gods word, academic success, and a deep connection with and passion for this youthful generation, Humble Tip is determined and focused on making an impact on the culture.
Jason has an Undergraduate degree in Health Promotions and a Masters Degree in Health and Wellness from Liberty University, and currently resides in Lynchburg, VA with his wife, Essence.