Originally from Bronx rap sensation JAYOH packed up his talent and music and moved to Florida to make a name for himself. Because of his daily grind, passion, and work ethics JAYOH’s music can be heard on various radio stations like 102Jamz, Global Radio, and Power95.3. He continues to bless stages across the United States and build relationships with artists such as Cassidy and Fred The Godson, who are both featured on his music. JAYOH gives his audience and fans something they can grab, appreciate, and relate to in his music. Coming up struggling in the Bronx, not eating, electricity being cut off, and other hardships is what keeps JAYOH grounded and that reminder keeps him humble! Tune into our interview and be sure to cop his new album dropping May 12th titled “Unidentified”, available everywhere music is sold!
“Unidentified” Album: https://itun.es/us/mQSwjb
Florida collides with New York as T’Juan aka The Mystery Kid links up with Fred the Godson, to deliver the visual for their hit single “Came Up”! Shot in NYC, T’Juan turns up and has fun has he let’s people know he is more than what he seems. Fred Da Godson is a perfect compliment to T’Juan’s style with fresh lyrics and swag. With lyrics and energy reaching maximum winds on the track, its the perfect track to add to your playlist.
Since the end of the year release of his latest project “The Last Mixtape” hosted by Bigga Rankin, Jacksonville artist T’Juan has been putting in work and positioning himself for all the right plays.
As if having Dj Envy host his private listening in New York last month wasn’t major enough, while in the city he also linked up with the popular producer duo Heat Makerz and former XXL Freshman Fred The Godson in what was said to be an epic studio session.
From the catchy hook to the two lyrical monsters snapping on the beat, “Came Up” is your new end of summer anthem.
Bronx, New York lyrical beast Fred The Godson has been locked in the studio with The Heatmakerz recording his “Contraband II” mixtape. He takes a brief break to release a new freestyle over The Diplomats’ classic “Dipset Anthem” instrumental.
Rapper One Take and his crew Training Camp are not letting up at all. He I dropping the brand new visual for his remix to the Jonny Benjamin produced single “Verrazano” with Fred The Godson and Maino. The gritty video, directed by Brian Gregory shows One Take doing what he has to do to survive and getting caught up in the process.
Watch the “Verrazano” remix here:
Off the highly anticipated “FATBOY FRESH” mixtape. Brand new joint from Fred the Godson called “Raise the Bar”. Your boy does it a little different. This time he’s taking stabs at the industry, while letting you know his place and why he belongs. Death to the present state of rap, and let’s welcome the rebirth of real hip hop.