Living most of his life in Philly; surrounded by the influence of sex,
money, drugs, popularity, and the constant rush for fame. He began
to put his hope in the wrong thins such as selling drugs, sexual
immorality, and living a violent lifestyle. While on the road to
becoming a product of his environment, he still wanted to do good.
Attempting to do so he became a member of the Philadelphia Boys
Choir & Men's Choral, was an award recipient of the Concerned Black
Men Inc., and a featured performer at the William Ross Scholarship
Currently, Swift is actively involved with the Youth Study Center in
Philadelphia (a detention center for youth offenders) where he
ministers the Gospel. He is also a faithful member of Antioch Christian Fellowship (of Calvary Chapel).
R-Swift now makes it his duty to show the love of Christ Jesus through
his lifestyle, spreading the gospel of reconciliation to all who will hear.
From nightclubs to corner cypha's to underground hip-hop spots.
Wherever the Lord sends him, he goes with the same message:
Christ and him crucified.