Blaze Thomas

Blaze Thomas is a very talented 15 year old that loves music and technology. He is an amazing singer, rapper, actor and drummer and he loves technology and weather. He performs with his family as Rapid Fire and he runs all of the technology for his dad's church including live stream, lighting, video, networking and sound. He is passionate about his faith and making a difference in his community and he excels in everything he does. He also has been in several local plays at his dad's church. He has been on local television stations doing weather reports as he loves meteorology. He also has recorded a new song in Nashville combining Gospel rap and singing called "Trailblazer". Every Friday night he and has dad host a radio show called "Friday Night Fire" on a local FM radio station playing the best in Contemporary Christian music. He also loves to fly his drone, play basketball, and write and record songs. He enjoys meteorology and anything related to Emergency Response and weather. He is a trained weather spotter and licensed Amateur radio operator. He has a license to fly and make videos with his state-of-the-art drone, and also does video editing and graphics for his family ministry of Rapid Fire. He leads several Emergency Response teams and is an app Developer for Apple creating apps as needed. His lightning fast delivery and smooth singing make this cutting edge artist one to watch for in the near future. For more information please visit

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