Husband. Father. Activist. Director. Artist. Reconcile aka Ronnie Lillard, not only challenges our views on faith and race in America but he also is an advocate for social justice, youth mentoring, and prison reform. The artist by night, activist by day, spends his time away from the microphone developing programming for the Department of Juvenile Justice as well as mentoring incarcerated youth in Miami-Dade. Reconcile uses his music and message in an effort to change lives, build communities, and stop violence. Reconcile holds a degree from Rice University where he triple-majored while being as a student-athlete.
Reconcile's music carries the weight of his convictions. In his release “Streets Don’t Love You”, Reconcile delivers a piercing yet hopeful view of the ongoing inner-city epidemic of America. With sobering and honest lyrics that point toward a consistent theme of a hope & Jesus, Reconcile both affirms and challenges all of us. The mixtape that has been deemed an instant classic by his constituents debuted #12 on iTunes hip-hop charts and continues to make waves climbing to more than 3 million streams, making Reconcile an artist on the rise. Reconcile is gearing up for an exciting 2019 as his loyal following awaits his much anticipated release of “Streets Don’t Love You 2”.