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JK the Rapper

About JK the Rapper

Greensboro, NC

Jabril Kenan, better known by his stage name J.K. the Rapper or even sometimes "The Loser". JK is an 18 year old solo hip-hop artist born & raised in Greensboro North Carolina. J.K.'s style is best described as cerebral. He utilizes his creativity to construct both thoughtful and entertaining tracks. He was mostly influenced by Eazy-E, Wu-Tang Clan, and N.W.A. In JK words “I admire the many old School hip-hop artists whose style focused on that "raw" aspect of hip-hop before all the boy band, hair-dying, border line homosexual activity infected the Rap industry.” His strong expression of opinion separates him from artists his age and all artists in general. If his music were a genre, it would be titled "Rebel Music" mostly going against what everyone is going towards. JK started out as a DJ since birth, mentored by his dad who also Influenced JK to begin his career as a rapper. Jk the Rapper has been rapping since the age of 8. JK recorded his first song ever; to diss his friend Dre for getting a shirt made that had "I Love Jabril's Mom" on the front. What started out as a joke; JK then ended up taking Rap seriously. This brought the start of a group called 595 at the age 14, and to date J.K. is the only group member who still rap. He then began a self reliant group composed of rappers, producers, and a photographer that makes up "FANG". He waves his middle finger as if his life depended on it; he describes himself as "A skinny loser with no hopes and a couple dreams.” JK the Rapper states “My goal is to bring back to the game what is now missing, the love for it, the need for talent to succeed, being that all you need is money to make it in the music industry, it used to be about skill, and being different, now everyone sounds the same. I'm going to be the one to point that out and enlighten the people. My career goal is to get to a point where I can say and do whatever I feel and people will respect it. I will be legendary and I want to leave a mark on hip-hop. I want to change the outlook on today's hip-hop. Money isn't needed to become a legend



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