Dillon Chase grew up holding on to bitterness, anger, and shame. His home was wrecked with drug and alcohol addiction. This produced a disconnect with the goodness of God and the harshness of life. Music was a coping mechanism, and he created as a survival instinct.
At 16 he left his house for the third time. By 17 he was homeless and became a teenage dad. A loving family took him in during his senior year and a lot of healing took place. Dillon recognized the most broken part of his story….was him. He turned his life around after encountering the gospel message in 2004.
He released his first album in 2006. He now travels full time with his son as his DJ supporting a family of 6 through his career in music. With over 4 million plays on spotify and cracking the top ten on itunes hip hop charts, his music is resonating with people from all walks of life for it’s grit and honesty.