It is as if the guy with the district, which is great and looks just as good singing, and all the girls want to be with him. This image is supported in his work. Jaheim makes a real, life songs about love, about situations that arise with him, about their own experiences. His songs are autobiographical, as, for example, I Ain't Never, where he recognized ĢI done broke up bricks with baking soda in the kitchen ... squoze triggers, robbed niggas and stoleģ. They are lyrical, full of words, knock emotions as Daddy Thing, telling about his stepfather, which became unnecessary after the return of his own father. Jaheim makes people believe him, and among other things, he has a more weighty weapon. His voice ...
He was only 2 years old when he lost his father. Mother brought up three children almost in poverty. "I used to go to school and not know where the next eat our lunch," - remembers his childhood Jah. At age 7 he had contacted the street with all the ensuing consequences. And at the same time it was born love of music. "Roman" began when he first heard Jah as his mother sings ĢI want to thank you heavenly father ...ģ Alicia Myers ... The guy has developed, speaking with his brother in the church, where the public is invited to sing them all the time. So Jaheim have the dream that someday people will pay for something to listen to it.
His idol has always been a Luther Vandross. It was his record played in my ears Jaheim, when he was selling drugs in his native New Brunswick, NJ. His trouble with the law even more apparent when he lost his mother. She died of complications from meningitis. At this point, Jaheim felt that he has nothing more to lose. "I seem to have lost consciousness for some time, doing things that thought would never be able to accomplish. My hands got a lot of people, and then some will never be the same. " However, he managed to come to their senses. He again turned to music. Having recorded a demo with Perepetui Never Too Much Luther Vandross, Jah gave it to the guys from Naughty By Nature. After that, to him, and gained popularity.
Debut 2001 Ghetto Love made people fall in love Jaheim. He could not tear the dancefloor as Usher, is not stamped hits as R. Kelly, but he had one in front of them a unique advantage. He showed himself as a man with an expressive voice and charisma. The next album, Still Ghetto, only confirmed his status. But along with a successful career as an artist Jaheim suffered from the police. In 2004, he was twice "adopted" by them. The last time the police stopped him Mecedes-Benz and found 25 bags of marijuana. Jaheim was charged with possession and distribution of drugs. At this Jaheim responded: "They do not want to see a successful young black guy. They want to put us, though should be glad that I did not do those things that worked before. "
2006 saw the release of the third solo album Ghetto Classics. Album and a peculiar, because what many might have thought that this is not interesting work. But it is not. Songs recorded Jaheim, by definition, can not be boring. His talent is bright, and it makes Jah unique artists on the contemporary R'n'B scene. Its been compared to Teddy Pendergrass and the same Luther Vandross, Jaheim, and is a worthy successor of their cases. Jaheim mp3 songs, full albums download
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