In his 20s he didn't get married, have kids, or buy a house, but he invested in another kingdom as part of his faith journey.
Pilgrim birthed a new rap sound from his home studio in 2014 after writing creative Christian hip-hop for several years. Each song that he writes portrays a moment in his life where his friends and his faith were challenged. Every time he felt an up or a down moment it became a new song idea. This led to the use of the classic literature, Pilgrim's Progress, to define and inspire his first major EP. Some say that progress is a liberal or a conservative political view, but Pilgrim sees forward motion as a movement towards heaven and spiritual growth. With beats and collaborations from JROD, A.W.Covenant, Eden Schmidt, and Sofia Hartley you will truly be blessed as you listen to Pilgrim.