Throughout the `90s, Hobbs made a name for himself as a session vocalist, backing up Pop stars such as Kenny Rogers, Vanessa Williams, and Christopher Cross. In Nashville, he backed a who’s who in Christian music ranging from Chris Tomlin to CeCe Winans. He later recorded four albums for EMI Gospel where he enjoyed radio successes with a remake of Luther Vandross’ “So Amazing,” “Glorify Him” and a duet with Michael McDonald, “Everyday.” He moved on to another label for his 2010 album, Champion, which garnered two Stellar Award nominations. Aside from consulting with a variety of churches, he currently serves as one of the worship leaders at the Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn, NY where Dr. A.R. Bernard is the pastor.