Aaron Hall was born in 1964 in The Bronx, New York. He first established himself in the music industry as a member of the group Guy. The group was comprised of Hall, Teddy riley and Timmy Gatling and later on, Hall's brother Damian.
During Hall's time with Guy from the 80s to the 90s, he became well-known for his lead singing on hits like 'Groove Me,' 'I Like,' and 'Let's Chill.' The group disbanded in 1991 but Hall's established name allowed him to continue on with a solo career.
In 1992, Hall released a single from the movie Juice, titled 'Don't Be Afraid.' The single topped the R&B charts and opened the gates for Hall's debut album, The Truth which was released in 1993.
Powered by the single 'I Miss You', The Truth went platinum. It had several singles that performed fair with 'When You Need Me' reaching #30 on the R&B charts and 'Let's Make Love' reaching #36. However, it was the track 'I Miss You' that put the album on the charts, reaching #14 on the Hot 100 and #2 on the R&B charts. The single managed to go gold.
Hall worked on several projects with R. Kelly and caused many people to say that Kelly borrowed Hall's style. Working with other R&B singers, Kelly and Hall appear together on the song 'U Will Know' from the Jason's Lyric' soundtrack.
In 1998, Aaron Hall released his second album, Inside of You. While it received more critical praise than his first album, Inside of You did not fair as well commercially. The album had one hit single, 'All The Places (I Will Kiss You)' which reached #8 on the R&B charts and #26 on the Hot 100. Two years later, Hall reunited with the other members of the group Guy and put out the album Guy III.
Aaron Hall released his final album in 2005, titled Adults Only: The Final Album. On the opening track to the album, Hall stated that it would be his last album as a solo artist.