Introducing Our August Client of the Month – Jeff McIntosh/737!

An inspiring speaker and artist, Jeff McIntosh, a.k.a. 737 (pronounced seven-three-seven), understands that young people want to see and hear something real. His music is about real relationship with a real God.

As a high school student, 737 lived for the limelight of fame on the basketball court — and the benefits of his earned reputation when he stepped off the court. After graduating from high school, 737 encountered God in such a powerful way that he waved goodbye to his personal fame and instead began a relentless pursuit to represent the Famous One.

Despite the absence of a musical background, 737 found himself filled with a message that poured out of his soul through rap music. Remembering the influence that secular rap artists had on his teenage years, he knew that there was no better way for him to reach students with a positive message. 737 delivers an authentic message about life — and adds to it the hope that is only found through the Gospel.

737 has written hundreds of songs, produced hundreds of beats, and rapped and recorded over 75 full songs with many more to come. He has shared platforms with bands such as Pillar, Britt Nicole, Spoken, Brooke Barrettsmith, KBN, and PJ Summers Band as well as other Christian rappers such as Flame, k-Drama, Divine Soldiers, Nue Breed, Eric Cross, D-M.A.U.B, Lesun, and many others.  737 has also been blessed to work alongside many well-known national speakers with organizations such as FCA, Student Venture, Wyld Life, Young Life, and a variety of churches, camps, and youth groups across the United States.

To book 737 for your next event, visit www.thewinnagency.com or connect directly with Jennifer Winn by email at Jennifer@thewinnagency.com or phone at 888-369-8442.

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