First United Church of Christ, 1018 W. Morris St, Sweetwater, TN
Dwelling Place Church Int'l, Cleveland, TN
Community outreach event addressing Youth Violence/Gang Activity in the Edgehill Community
Born Nathaniel Andre Davis, he was raised in a small town called Union City, TN. There he excelled in sports, especially basketball, which would pay for his college education. Growing up he attended church every Sunday like most of the kids he hung around with, but never really got an understanding of a personal relationship with Christ until after his college years. He was 1st saved one Sunday morning in April of 1991, when he watched a few of his friends answer an alter call to receive Jesus as Lord & Savior. Easily persuaded, he followed in their footsteps, not really knowing the true meaning of what he was doing.Nevertheless, he was saved.
1998, while at Cleveland State Community College on a basketball scholarship, he went back to his hometown to visit family & friends and his outlook on music was changed forever. One of his best friends, Rod had recorded a demo on cassette tape and once he heard it, he was blown away by Rod and his gift. Rod later asked him to collaborate on a track called “What Cha'll Know About It” which led to the two doing his 1st mix tape. He returned to college ignited and began making music simply because he loved the creativity of it. Thru out his entire college career and even afterwards, he had created a buzz on campuses and in the streets because of his mix tapes and cds. In 2001 alone, he released 3 full length mix tapes that are still being talked about today.
In 2003, after finally realizing that chasing money, women, the fast life and trying to do it all “his way”, he surrendered it all to Christ (for real this time) on October 19, 2003 in an apartment in Knoxville, TN. As that time, he starting seeking God for direction concerning his calling. He was later asked to start teaching a young kids group at the church he was attending in Athens, TN. As he saw the thirst and hunger of those young kids, it inspired him to study the Word more and more.
In 2004, in Cleveland, TN, he attended a Gospel Explosion, where he saw and heard Gospel Rap/Holy Hip Hop for the very first time. He was amazed. He had loved music since his childhood. And he left that event charged in faith and pondering the thought of, “I wonder if I can do that too?”.
After leaving that Gospel Explosion, he started using the majority of his time in the Word. Godly Knowledge, Understanding and Wisdom was his first priority. On October 20, 2004, he received a phone call from his close friend, Byron, who was in need of prayer. Going the extra mile, he drove to Byron's location and led him back to Jesus outside in a driveway. A few weeks later, he and his new brother in Christ started a gospel rap group called “Next Level” with the artist names of Big Faith & Believe. They recorded their first mix tape in March 2005 titled “All 4 Him Vol 1” in Big Faith's bedroom. The CD landed in hands of people all over the southeastern region. They began to travel and impact lives almost every week. Not slowing down, in October 2005 they released their 2nd mix tape titled “All 4 Him Vol 2-The 2nd Coming”. With this CD and help from new production, they shared platforms with such artist as Mr. Del, Lecrae, Toby Mac, Planet Shakers, Da Truth, Bizzle, T-Ran, Bonafide (Grits), Irocc, BrothaTone, Atoned, and many more. Next Level stopped recording in 2006 but Big Faith was just getting started. He immediately started recording solo. In 2007 he released his first solo project titled “Unashamed”. In 2008, he released his 2nd solo projected titled “Sold Out”. And in 2010 and under the new artist name Zero Doubt, he released a promo CD titled “C.U.B.U” (Confident.Unusual.Bold.Unique) inspired by a covenant brother's visions.
2012-Born 2 Win
2013-The Real Life Mixtape Vol 1 (TRLMTV1)
2015-The Real Life Mixtape Vol 2 (TRLMTV2)
2016- Lover & Fighter
2016- Da Reason 2
2017-BFF (By Faith Forever)
2018-Da Reason 3
2019-Do Season Pt. 1
Do Season Pt. 2
Do Season Pt. 3