The Famous Rapper JBAR (Ja-Bar) Brings In another Sublime Rhythmic Creation, 'Ghost' Featuring K-Major
January 16, 2021 at 04:01 AM EST
American rapper JBAR (Ja-Bar) joins forces with fellow hip hop artist K-Major to create a groovy lyrical flow of rhythm and rhyme in his latest single, ‘Ghost’.
Lithia Springs, Jan 16, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - The genre of hip hop is laden with countless talented musicians waiting to unleash their creative artistry into the world. Well-known rap artist Justin Benjamin Alex Rucker, mostly known as JBAR (Ja-Bar) by fans has become a prominent figure in the global hip hop community with his exceptional rhythmic pieces. He has recently teamed up with K-Major for his dynamic rap banger 'Ghost'. Released on all major streaming platforms the soundtrack offers a taste of his unbound creativity. The captivating verses of both the artists intertwine with each other in perfect harmony, forming a brilliant acoustic symphony.
The born-talented artist has been interested in hip hop music since his childhood. He soon developed great skills in rhyming and adopting newer styles. At a very young age, he signed a joint venture with Soulja Boy. They established the SODMG (Stacks On Deck Money Gang) in 2004 and his debut single 'Daze' featuring Soulja Boy became a huge hit in the hip hop community. His music is quite different from contemporary artists in terms of both rhythm and rhyme.
Right now, JBAR (Ja-Bar) is working independently with his very own production house Toke Team. He has had the opportunity to perform alongside legends like Lil Wayne and Soulja Boy in their world tours. His most recent single 'Ghost' featuring K-Major, unfurls his rhyming dexterity to the audience once again. His other masterpieces such as 'Goodie', 'Came Up (Another 1)', 'She Workin'', and '8 Figure' have helped him gain wide recognition worldwide. Follow him on Spotify, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more.
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