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In the ever changing music industry of today, rising music star Jai Five is boldly taking his place as one of the next great artists of the new generation. Jai Five’s music is an evenly-infused mix of Hip-Hop, R&B, and Carribean sounds as the rising superstar can easily be described as a versatile artist. With strong emotional and spiritual elements included in his music, Jai not only connects with people who endured similar childhood struggles as him, but he also shares songs, stories, and experiences that people of all backgrounds can relate to.

From the Red Zone of Detroit’s east side, Jai Five, 18, comes from a very supportive family including seven brothers and two sisters. Jai even notes his father as one of the most encouraging people in his life and his brother Tre Royal, who can always be found right next to him, as a true point of inspiration. Growing up in the church, Jai was a drum player and his mother was a singer, but he never expressed any passion in music early-on, strangely-enough. Although he originally never imagined himself becoming an artist, Jai was determined to pursue a music career after later realizing his hidden talent and true potential to be successful in the industry.

While in high school, he was a dedicated football player preparing to graduate before first beginning his music journey. After the young football player was forced to take a break from the game due to a kidney laceration, he used his time away from the field to tap into his musical talents. Jai would later begin recording original music and sharing it with his friends. When Jai recorded and shared a snippet of his track “​Don’t Run Away,​ ” he earned over 10,000 hits within his first day of posting and garnered much support and encouragement, which helped him realize music was his true calling. After he started to hang with his engineer Makhi more, Jai started participating in Detroit’s popular “Pass The Chord” showcase, which helped him to not only connect with his entire crew, but to also build his confidence and grow as a performer.

 

Apple Music:https://music.apple.com/us/album/pack-heat-single/1550799785

Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/track/1ym3aF4HLOz0RNyqzbyjcB?si=6Gi5EikqRRuBuP0cLyQFhw

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Detroit Emcee Kid Vishis Drops A Powerful New Single & Video ““Construction of a Black Nation” Featuring Detroit singer Fyiah and produced by  J. Rhodes From Dallas. This Joint Is off Kid Vishis’s Upcoming Alien Gang Mixtape Coming Soon On  Sick ‘Em Records!

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Valid Drops “Validtines Day 4” Live Show Video

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Staring SoundMind as the live band, the legendary DJ Head, and Valid himself!
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Fatt Father Drops “Gratitude” Video & Single

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For many of us, 2020 taught us patience and it taught us thanks. Rapper Fatt Father is no different and presents his newest single “Gratitude.” The Foul Mouth produced track is an open letter expressing Fatt Father’s appreciation for everyone who has supported him throughout his musical journey.

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To see the official visual for “Gratitude” just click the link below or search Fatt Father “Gratitude” on YouTube. No matter how you chop it up, everything about this says GROWN! You will find a few additional heartfelt sentiments from The Father below.

Dear Fans, Supporters, and Believers,

Whether you’re a DJ, radio show/podcast Host, journalist or just someone who appreciates dope underground hip hop, THANK YOU!

I appreciate every ounce of love and respect that you’ve shown me over the years. You don’t have to purchase, spin or write about my music, yet you do it in the most organic way possible.

I’m forever humbled and appreciative when I hear one of my songs in your mixes, read an album review online or receive an order for music/merch. Words can’t express how much it means to me, and I did my best to get that across in my song, “Gratitude.”

I just want you all to know that I see you, I appreciate you and I love you for rocking with me all of these years. My family and I are grateful that you chose to come on this journey with us and I can’t wait to see where this road goes.

Yours truly,

Fatt Father

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