Robert Pierre Quote:
"A lot of kids are asking, ‘Who am I?’ and ‘How am I important?’ They are finding their identity through friends or sports figures or celebrities or whatever. They are not turning to the right people or things, but are using drugs, alcohol, sex and all sorts of bad things. They don’t understand that their identity isn’t in that stuff; it’s in Christ, because He died on the cross for their sins. It only matters what God thinks. I want kids to know that they are forgiven and set free, and that it doesn’t matter what other people think—they are very important to God."
Robert Pierre Biography:
Robert Pierre was only 14 when his debut album, Inside Out, released in 2006. Living what most would call a fairytale, the young artist was a mere 13 when his classmates picked him as the best singer at a school function and he got to go on stage to sing with Al Denson. Denson was so impressed that he told Robert's parents that they should get him into a studio to record. Pierre recorded three songs that were just supposed to be gifts for family and friends but God had other plans. Before long, the demo CD was being heard on local radio and from there, the music of Robert Pierre spread across the country like wildfire. The rest, as they say, is history.