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J Real- A Durhamyte's Cry: "He Keeps It Poppin'!", "Do Your Will", "L-O-V-E"



Jermell Jah-Will Williams of Albany New York, was born January 11, 1986 to Micheal and Anita Williams. Jah Will grew up in what some people refer to as the hood some call it the slums where he drank smoked and did everything that he wasn't suppose to do as a young adult. Jah Will really didnt have a singing voice that people wanted to hear, but really loved music so he began to listen to groups like Cross Movement, B.B. Jay, J. Moss and the ledgendary G.R.I.T.S and when Jah Will turned 13 he began to rap with his church choir they were they went to local churches where they lifetd up praises to Jesus through rapping, singing, and dancing. As Jah Will grew older he began to learn the fundamentals of rapping and rhyming and soon there after he released his first mixtape entitled "Wilderness X-perience" to date we have sold over 5,400 copies of the mixtape and now currently working on his sophmore project entitled "The Kiss of Life" this cd is a cd that is going to be mostly encouragement and edification to the body of Christ.

Jah Will's Mission Statement

“Jermell Williams, aspire to make Holy Hip Hop the world’s premier positive based and inspirational focused music. Focused on troubled youth, and recovering addicts. This ministry is seeking to produce music, clothing and dances that appreciate the investors (sponsors) as we provide opportunities for growth and enrichment to our friends, family, fans, and the communities in which we operate. And in everything we do, we strive to act with honesty, openness, fairness and integrity.”

J Real OK, my name is Jarrell D. White, but the hip hop world and the streets know me as, J Real. I was born and raised on Hopkins Street in East Durham, NC seeing a lot of dirt. People saw me as another statistic child growing up in Durham (as another young man going to destruction) with gangs, drugs, armed robberies, home invasions, and many other things that I fell witness to. Once when I was chilling with my family a well-known policeman on the streets, Officer Barkley, suddenly walked up to me and said, “You gonna bring a lot of headaches and never live past the age of 18.” But God saw something different for me and life. I can remember, in the midst of choosing a life of an ungodly nature full of sinful qualities, I still had a prayer- life. I thank God that throughout all my mess His grace was sufficient enough to hear those prayers. As time went on I still found myself in a lot of mess, so I left Durham and moved to Charlotte, North Carolina where I gained a true lifestyle of holy living with God and discipleship from my father, James White, and my spiritual leader, Pastor John P. Kee. We all have a testimony to tell and I want to share mine with the World, through the album A DURHAMTYES CRY™.