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Atlanta, Georgia, United States | SELF

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | SELF
Band Hip Hop Hip Hop


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"Doing positive things in the community with the youth"

Reginald Blanchard and Mark Peay has a new record label for kids, "Crunk Kids Network" - Crossroads news, Lithonia, Georgia


I'm The One (2001), Lyrical Murderer (2002) Living it up (2007)
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Born in St. Louis, Missouri, this former Radio Disc Jockey achieved local fame throughout St. Louis, MO, Jefferson City, MO, Chicago, IL and now Atlanta, GA. He divides his loyalties between producing local artists (Rap, Jazz, Gospel, and R&B), engineering his professional recording studio, being a small business owner of Computer Pro o f Georgia, LLC (computer repair service), in addition to writing and producing his own rap tunes, as well as producing music for others.

Pastor Reginald Blanchard A.K.A. J4J (“Just 4 Jesus”) is a motivational Pastor, rapper/singer, songwriter & music producer, who started performing at the age of 14. He attended Visual and Performing Arts High School in St. Louis, Missouri and won several Missouri state and local rap competitions. He was nominated best Holy Hip Hop Artist 2006 by The Atlanta Gospel Choice Awards, best Holy Hip Hop Artist 2007 by The Youth Gospel Entertainment Awards, won best song of the year 2007 for the song “This is for the church” which was written and produced by him and was performed by him and female rapper Sparky D.

He began his ministry by ministering to the youth at The Dekalb County Youth Detention Center in Decatur, Georgia. Reginald Blanchard was a Youth Pastor at Adullam Bible fellowship (non-denominational) located in Lithonia, Georgia but now he ministers at churches and events nationwide to empower and strengthen the youth, as well as teaching youth bible study, at various churches and various functions. In the past Blanchard (formerly known as Mad Mobster) has performed, as a rapper, for the National Beauticians Association’s hair shows, many Universities in various cities, in nightclubs in over 100 cities, and was the headliner for the St. Louis Rams Charity Benefit in 2000. In 2002, he performed at The Atlanta Black Music Convention for music attorney Roy Miller, was a guest host (via phone) of Off The Top Radio Show (WGBB AM 1240 – New York), and has 13 years experience as a radio D.J. and sound engineer. He has released 3 albums and has sold over 20,000 albums worldwide including “Follow Me To The Club,” which reached number 17 on the DMX Music Charts. He currently ministers at The Atlanta Women’s Day Shelter and at many churches and events nationwide.

Blanchard provided music for the television show “Community Showcase”, which airs in Atlanta, New York, Philadelphia and Los Angeles. He has produced music for many independent artists, in the U.S. and Canada, such as child Hollywood actor John Biggs, Sparky D, and a host of independent recording artists. He is on the advisory board for Triune Ministries of Atlanta and is one of the board members of Crunk Kids Network with Mark Peay who was the music director for singer Kelly Price. With his own professional recording studio and a catalogue of more than 2,000 rap, jazz and R&B & gospel tunes, Blanchard is a member of ASCAP as a songwriter and a music publisher.