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Introducing Florida artist JES-B

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Bruce Simon, stage name JES-B was born Nov 5, 1984, in a small town called Dade City, Florida. He is the youngest
of 5 siblings and was raised by a single mother at the time who was living off government assistance in the rural area of Lake George Apartments. His dad was in prison most of his life. JES-B played several sports while attending Pasco High School. In 2003, He graduated from Pasco High School. After that, he chose to further his education at Bethune Cookman University. Less than a year later, he dropped out after receiving the news that his girlfriend(at the time) became pregnant with his child.

JES-B YASELF, EVERYBODY IS TAKEN ~ Jes-B

JES-B has a passion and love for music since the age of 12 and began rapping in the school cafeteria. He participated in the high school talent shows in which he won 1st place in all of them. Back in the 80s, Jes-B’s granddad had a band and he’d watch them play. That is what inspired him to be the artist that he is today. While growing up, JES-B would say “LL COOL J. made it cool to rap and attracted the girls without selling drugs.” This became one of his biggest inspirations for him becoming JES-B.

In 2016, JES-B wanted to take his music and the passion that he had for it- to a more serious level. So from there, he started his label called Dynamic B Records. He has several songs that feature mainstream artists -Future and Gucci- slated to be released soon.

Currently, Jes-B’s music catalog consists of songs with Tom G, Frank Lini, Famous Kid Brick, Mowet from Pretty Ricky; just to name a few. Be sure to connect with Jes-B on all social media platforms.

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FACEBOOK- https://www.facebook.com/bruce.simon.792
INSTAGRAM @JES_B1- https://www.instagram.com/jes_b1/?hl=en
NEW VIDEO- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIgxRC9Zeeo

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New Jersey’s OnlyJahmez Releases New Single, “Thoughts”

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In his much anticipated release, hip-hop artist, OnlyJahmez, debuts “Thoughts” – a dark and twisty view into his mind, relationships, enemies, and his self-perception.

Following up from his previous singles, “Akon,” with over 100,000 views, and “Tiff Banister ft. Lil Wayne,” OnlyJahmez’s “Thoughts in My Head” serves as the lead single for his next album, RIOT. In “Thoughts in My Head,” he raps, “Too many problems and weed/I think I’m better alone.”

With fluttering high hats and dark synths looming under the track, “Thoughts in My Head” is the perfect song to describe OnlyJahmez’s artistic vision and thought process.

Listen to “Thoughts in My Head” down BELOW!

https://open.spotify.com/track/2J9qel7zmcgEj3XZBUheva?si=bb2d86b37f10425c

 

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Angie Rose – “Unstoppable” + “Not A Monster”

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Late January, Capitol CMG and VME released the new EP from the stunning Bronx recording star Angie Rose, properly-titled, Unstoppable. In support of the new release, the Puerto Rican singer-emcee drops two new visual presentations for project-cuts “Unstoppable (Do It Again)” and “Not A Monster.”

https://youtu.be/hHk2NAZhoL8

On “Unstoppable (Do It Again),” Rose displays her diverse personality — ranging from beautiful bombshell to laid-back homegirl to fashionable businesswoman — while she recites a groovy sing-a-long that infects newfound fans, immediately. “Not A Monster” showcases an intensely artistic lyricist that unveils a deeply introspective wordplay about her personal trials and tribulations. The song has topped Spotify’s Latin playlist and transformed Angie Rose into a spankin’ new artist-to-watch of 2021.

Her backstory, growing up in The Bronx, the birthplace of hip-hop, and around the influences by her Puerto Rican roots, Rose’s musical mindset has formed an armor to withstand a world and an industry that isn’t always welcoming to women holding a mic. Rose, a SXSW fave, has graced stages across the festival spectrum with her signature blend of humility and barrio flow, appearing on stages with Pardison Fontaine, Andy Mineo, Christon Gray, and Oswin Benjamin.

Rose’s Unstoppable is a 7-track effort led by “Not A Monster” and filled with bouncy beats, quick-witted lyricism, and her soulful trademark hooks lace the tracklist, featuring anthems such as “7 Gold Chains”, that can be taken to the party or on a transformational journey. The standout, “Angels,” demonstrates her divine belief in the protection she’s felt journeying through the insular storms of her life.

Rose’s foundation of the same title was recently honored by FEMA for its philanthropic efforts and youth outreach programs. This Spring, you can catch Angie Rose performing at the 25th Annual 100 Hispanic Women gala, spreading her inspiring message of unstoppable resilience. For more on Angie Rose, follow her on Instagram.

https://youtu.be/WikWBQ9QHas

Watch the new visual above and stream the complete project below.

https://open.spotify.com/album/0qFgVCA6li9HqCDQhuept4

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