Press & Reviews

ALL-STAR ANTHEMS leaves no doubt about its intentions, starting up with "Hands in the Sky" and "Choose." There's music and a party, wherever you're from, in "Home," with 123 Andres. There's a little bit of country in "Texas Two Step," but it's just a li'l bit. Mostly it's for the kids to sing the chorus. "Me, Gumby and My 6 String" is a rap folk tale of claymation legend Gumby accompanying SaulPaul on an interplanetary trip. And the disc ends with a new remixes of his most known works, "Rise" and "We Dream in 3D."MrJeff2000 2018

SaulPaul makes acoustic hip-hop that the whole family is sure to love. Each song contains positive messages of unity, compassion and self-confidence (plus they’ll make you get up and dance, too).Red Tricycle 2018

SaulPaul’s goal is to help children believe in themselves so they may achieve their dreams. And we all know those little people can dream BIG!Eat the Marshmallow 2018

SaulPaul is a musician with a message. Not only does this Austin rapper write songs with uplifting lyrics, but he spends a good part of the year visiting schools and talking to students about big subjects: what’s important in life, how to set goals and the importance of following your dreams. He knows something about goals and dreams. He has two TEDx talks under his belt.Austin Family Magazine 2018

Eat the Marshmallow

SaulPaul’s goal is to help children believe in themselves so they may achieve their dreams. And we all know those little people can dream BIG!

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SaulPaul makes acoustic hip-hop that the whole family is sure to love. Each song contains positive messages of unity, compassion and self-confidence (plus they’ll make you get up and dance, too).

SaulPaul makes acoustic hip-hop that the whole family is sure to love. Each song contains positive messages of unity, compassion and self-confidence (plus they’ll make you get up and dance, too).

Full review here: http://redtri.com/new-kid-rock-albums-for-summer/slide/9

Out of the famed musical city of Austin, comes acoustic kid hop artist SaulPaul’s new album We Dream in 3D. SaulPaul is a man with a message and We Dream in 3D conveys all manner of empowerment. SaulPaul’s goal is to help children believe in themselves so they may achieve their dreams. And we all know those little people can dream BIG! Speaking of little people with big dreams (and big voices), SaulPaul’s single off of We Dream in 3D is a remix of an earlier track called Rise which features an incredible 11-year-old vocalist named Alexia Finney whose voice is as big as the song’s message. Holy cannoli can that little girl sing! Other incredible catchy and empowering tracks include Shine Right Now, Encourage Me, Be the Change, Motivation, and Si Se Puede. The title track, We Dream in 3D, originated as a chant SaulPaul would lead in his live shows. This chant grew into a song where he lyrically reminds children they have limitless potential, all they need to do is dare to dream and work to achieve it! And, as if the album doesn’t already rain positivity, SaulPaul dedicates a song to all us Moms out there. He writes about the limitless scope of a mother’s positive influence on a live track called Mama. Yes ladies, its our time to shine, credit is given where credit is due. Put that track on repeat! The album is loaded with hooks that are catchy and will have you two-stepping in no time. In fact, The Texas Two Step and Do That Hula Hoop are two of the most compellingly danceable tracks on the album. SaulPaul’s message on We Dream in 3D is loud and clear, be strong, be proud, dream big and MOVE THAT BODY!

Read the full article here: https://www.eatmarshmallow.com/listen-to-this-holidays-fun-advocacy-and-light/

 

SaulPaul is a musician with a message. Not only does this Austin rapper write songs with uplifting lyrics, but he spends a good part of the year visiting schools and talking to students about big subjects: what’s important in life, how to set goals and the importance of following your dreams.

He knows something about goals and dreams. He has two TEDx talks under his belt.

Full article here: https://austinfamily.com/this-austin-musician-helps-kids-to-rise/