“ANGELS and DRUMS,” the original song performed in a Bollywood style music video that is featured in the end credits of the motion picture “BELIEVE” (in theaters now), releases to fans nationwide today. The single is currently available for free download at www.believe.film, alongside the “ANGELS and DRUMS” music video premiere on believe.film and custom video game App.
Written by Aaron Cole, John Reuben, Seth Earnest and Adrian Walther, the fist-pumping, hip-hop track features special performances by one of Christian Hip-Hop’s rising stars and actor Aaron Cole, Christian Hip-Hop Vet John Reuben and lead actor, Issac Ryan Brown. The all-star cast, along with the film’s producers, teamed up with The Salvation Army to encourage audiences to make a difference in their local communities this season.
In conjunction with the audio and video release for “ANGELS and DRUMS,” an 8-Bit themed “BELIEVE” video game is also now available for free download on iTunes. Reminiscent of old school Mario Brothers, the App simultaneously promotes the film and charity efforts of The Salvation Army, making it a first of its kind.
The film has received rave reviews from movie goers all over the U.S. and media outlets like the Huffington Post! “I’m extremely proud of the way this song and the film came out, Aaron Cole is an amazing young artist, it was a blessing to work with him on this for the film,” says John Reuben. “I urge everyone to take their friends and family to see Believe and while you’re at it and download Angels and Drums!”
For years, the small town of Grundy, Va. has relied on the Peyton family to provide the highlight of the year—the annual Christmas pageant. When Matthew Peyton (Ryan O’Quinn) inherits the family business, the responsibility of the Christmas pageant also falls on his shoulders. But as financial hardships fall on the town, Matthew finds himself overwhelmed. As his business profits plummet and his workers begin to strike, Matthew is forced to make a decision between selling the family business and canceling the beloved pageant or sticking out hardships despite his rapidly declining popularity in the community. Through chance events, Matthew meets Clarence (Issac Ryan Brown), a boy who believes in miracles, and his mother Sharon (Danielle Nicolet). His newfound friends impact Matthew’s life in a way he never thought possible and teach him to believe and give faith a chance. Written and Directed by Billy Dickson.
About Aaron Cole
Aaron Cole currently resides and was born in Bristol, VA. Much like his home town connects two neighboring states, Cole seamlessly bridges the gap between rapping and singing. Releasing a total of six independent projects since the age of four, the 17-year-old has shared the stage with KB, 7eventh Time Down, Audio Adrenaline and Tye Tribbett to name a few. His vocal talents have been featured on songs by Hollyn and DJ Maj. In 2016 Cole was inducted into Christian Hip Hop’s top media outlet Rapzilla’s Freshman Class and noted by Essence Magazine as one of 16 gospel artists to watch. His latest project, a six-track EP titled If I Can Be Honest (released Nov. 2016) landed in the Top 30 on the iTunes Hip Hop/Rap albums chart and features appearances by Derek Minor and Alic Walls (of The Walls Group).