Rottis Bryant is an anointed young man that has really given his life to the Lord completely. Rottis was born for such a time as this; his future is secure and his presence makes sense. He is destined to succeed with what God has blessed him with; this is his generation! He is committed to ministering and reaching as many young people as possible. He was raised in the church and began writing poem...s at the age of 10. Rottis’ exceptional ability to write poetry lead to him being nominated for the year 2000 Poetry Award. He has gone down the path of doing things his own way, and has seen first hand what the world has to offer. He discovered that he couldn’t do it on his own anymore, and realized that Jesus Christ was the ONLY way. He then gave his life to the Lord and hasn’t looked back since. He began writing songs and then formed a group called “Righteous Flows” and realized his gift of rap. The group was blessed to tour throughout Louisville, KY ministering the word of God. During this time, Rottis wrote and produced many songs for the group.
In 2003 Rottis stepped out on faith and obeyed God’s word and began working on his solo project. He completed his project and sold by himself 150 copies in less then a month. He promoted his demo CD by ministering throughout the Louisville, KY area and performing as the opening act for various Christian Artists. He has traveled to Jackson, MI and ministered with Malloco Records and met with Harvey and the Canton Spirituals, Melvin Williams, Paul Porter, and many others. Through this entire process Rottis still felt a void in his life. He prayed and worked hard as he searched for a more intimate relationship with God. Rottis is more focused than ever now and constantly is ministering and telling everybody about the truth and the life through Jesus Christ. His goal is to reach as many youth as he can and tell them about Jesus and life more abundantly. He now resides in Fayetteville, NC and ready to take the world by storm. [+]
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Created: March 8, 2016, 3:04 p.m.
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