Decevio J’mezah: Quitting Is Not In My Vocabulary

With a knack for music, Decevio J’mezah’s building a repertoire for himself in the industry. Boasting a pioneering sound along with a dynamic stage presence, this artist’s music is turning eyes and ears. This is one artist that you’ll want to keep up with and follow his career. High impact moves are being made by Decevio J’mezah, and it won’t be long before he’s a household name.

“My name is an ancient Egyptian first name. The origin of Decevio means ‘speak truth’ and the last name J’mezah is an ancient Hebrew name which means water in Hindu,” the south central Los Angeles born artist explains. Decevio J’mezah was born into a musical family, his father was a jazz trumpet player while his grandfather was a blues artist. With this back ground, every goal he’s set he’s nailed. Nothing can stop him unless he chooses to quit. “Quitting is not in my vocabulary, real shit,” he adds in.

Decevio J’mezah has an new album in the works and he’ll be releasing his upcoming single “Party Rhymes.” It’s a party anthem, a remix of the 80’s hip hop group Beastie Boys song “(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party!).”

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