It would be nice to have a nice house. I want them to know they are not alone. I went through certain things myself and I thought that this is what success look like. Part of it is a problem with society.
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5 & Done: Jahzel
I enjoy making art. Chicago-born musician Jahzeleats, sleeps, and breaths that mentality: Many of the youth and young adults like myself mean well, and yearn for what we desire: Truthfully, being successful in life is one, surviving and two, surviving happily. Jahzel worked in the music industry, as a music engineer, DJ manager, producer, and sought-after songwriter before deciding to seriously pursue a solo career as a recording artist. We eat foods that make us happy.
It started off as a hungry track. Off The Turn Buckle.
I still wanted to tell that story and capture that emotion. So, I wanted to structure the lyrics around that. If material objects are ultimately worthless, why do so many sell their souls for empty items; how does one struggling with a diminished sense of self regain his inherent sense of worth? AllHipHop was one of the few sites that was popping daily.
We have a tight budget on things. And still be an artist, as far as my structure and my artistry. Motivated by that response and his love for hip-hop, Jahzel went on to record two more mixtapes, First Class and Jet Lagrespectively.
Jahzel – Audible Treats
Studio time is not cheap. That took me a long time to even get to that. This is the real story of Chicago and I think people can relate to it. The EP should be coming out Spring or Summer-ish.
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We even had to talk about the money involved. Everything we do in life is to be happy. Read more The son of Nigerian immigrants, Jahzel, grew up with an appreciation for all types of music; an appreciation that is evident in his own music production.
The son of Nigerian immigrants, Jahzel, grew up with an appreciation for all types of music; an appreciation that is evident in his own music production. That was a process in itself. I went through certain things myself and I thought that this is what success look jxhzel. I want them to know they are not alone.
Nothing is cheap and nobody is giving you anything for free. I think that what success is. It was grueling process. The real story is much more complex than what has been told, and I would like to wake the world up to these stories, and the other side of life in Chicago as well.
My experiences influence my music, and my music is diverse because experiences are diverse.
We changed it The Wake Up. Part of it is a problem with society. I got a few things in there. We pick out our clothes that make us feel good, we look good; so, we are happy. How would you describe the janzel from its conception to having everything mixed and mastered? Life is about just being happy in general.