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Darwin Hobbs
Birth nameDarwin Todd Hobbs
Born (1968-11-30) November 30, 1968 (age 51)
Cincinnati, Ohio
OriginAtlanta, Georgia
GenresGospel music
Years active1999–present
LabelsEMI Gospel

Darwin Todd Hobbs (born November 30, 1968)[1] is an American gospel music singer noted for his vocal similarity to classic soul singers Luther Vandross, Freddie Jackson and Lou Rawls. In addition to his career as a gospel artist, Hobbs and his ensemble The Darwin Hobbs Choir have also performed both studio and live background vocals for artists such as Switchfoot, Jars of Clay, BeBe Winans, Marvin Winans, CeCe Winans, Michael W. Smith, T.D. Jakes, Shirley Murdock, Michael McDonald, including a duet with the one and only "disco queen" Donna Summer and countless others. Hobbs also played a small acting role in the HBO movie Boycott. His single, "Everyday", appeared on the Soul Power compilation album.[2]

In April 2008, Hobbs launched the Break the Silence blog, which is geared to providing emerging leaders with the honest tools and perspectives necessary to become successful in life and in ministry.



  • Mercy (EMI Gospel, 1999)
  • Vertical (EMI Gospel, 2000) (Billboard Gospel No. 26)
  • Broken (EMI Gospel, 2003) (Billboard Gospel No. 3)
  • Worshipper (EMI Gospel, 2005) (Billboard Gospel No. 8)
  • Free (Tyscot Records, 2008)
  • Champion (Imago Dei Music Group, 2010) (Billboard Gospel No. 6)


  • "Everyday"
  • "Nobody Like Jesus"
  • "Beautiful to Me"
  • "Free"
  • "Champion"


  1. ^ "DARWIN HOBBS".
  2. ^ North, Stan. "Interview with Darwin Hobbs: A Whooooolotta Sangin'!".

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