Aaron Hall (born August 10, 1964) is an American R&B singer and songwriter from The Bronx, New York. From his early years Hall sang with gospel groups including Hezekiah Walker's Love Fellowship Choir in Roosevelt, New York. He began his professional career in the late 1980’s when he joined with new jack swing producer Teddy Riley and songwriter Timmy Gatling to form the group Guy. With Aaron on lead vocals the group rose to popularity with hits such as “Groove Me,” “I Like,” and “Piece of My Love.” Guy’s first album was self titled and their second release was called “The Future” which produced the hits “Let’s Chill” and “Do Me Right”. The singers went their separate ways in 1991.
As a solo artist Aaron Hall has released a number of chart topping recordings including the #1 R&B single “Don’t Be Afraid” (produced by Hank Shocklee of The Bomb Squad). In 1993 Aaron released his debut solo album, “The Truth”. The album was received well and although it only reached #47 on the US Billboard charts, produced a number of successful singles with the track "I Miss You" reaching #2 on the R&B chart and finally peaking at #14 on the US Billboard chart in 1994 - his highest charting single to date.
Hall continued to work on various R&B projects including several projects with R. Kelly and in particular the track "U Will Know" from the “Jason's Lyric” soundtrack. Hall also recorded the song "Heaven's Girl" with R. Kelly, Ronald Isley & Charlie Wilson on Quincy Jones’ 1996 album “Q's Jook Joint”.
In 1999 Hall resurrected Guy with his brother Damion taking the place of Timmy Gatling and released the album “Guy III” which produced the hit single “Dancin”. Aaron’s most recent work “Adults Only: The Final Album” was released in 2005.