J. Row, My Lifestyle Through My Music


From the streets of West Texas, where pain and struggle is apparent in the everyday lives of our people, emerges an artist that understands and expresses this lifestyle through his music. An artist that can relate to many crowds and adapt to any environment whether it be good or bad. It is said that he has a song for every day of the week, for riding in a car, spinning in the club, and for that special someone. His songs are heard throughout clubs, radio stations, and people from this country to the next. The opportunity for advancement in the music industry is at an unlimited potential for this artist just reaching his early 20’s.

J. Row, Jerome Riggins, started his rap career in the summer of 2007 by teaming with a group of young college students who shared the same ambition and passion for music. It started with his first show at Dos Amigos in Odessa opening for none other than the infamous DMX. It then continued on to bigger and better things when he was invited to Atlanta for The Billboard Hip Hop and R&B Conference and Awards. There he performed in front of the music industries most respected A&R representatives from this country’s biggest record labels. After his street smashing performance everyone wanted a piece of the action and things were feeling a little too big to balance with just him.

Upon arrival back in Midland, Jerome signed with All Or Nothing Inc. (an independent record label that focuses on Hip-Hop) and started production on his new mix tape “King Killa Row vol. 1” This mixtape was released in the summer of 2008 with promotions and performances throughout West Texas.

Official website: www.reverbnation.com/jrow7
Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/rowjezuzthagaad

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