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1.Belly boyz(mixtape 06)

2.Eat with me or beef with me(mixtape 07)

3.Yall know "High"(mixtape 07)

4.My block pumpin(single 07)

5.Digital dope (mixtape 09)

6.show me what your working with(Single 08)

7.Class clown(Mixtape 2010)

8.Check my angle out(single 2010)

9.Classroom disruption(mixtape 2010)



J-High is marking new territory and creating that new sound to rap music. Brought up in a less fortunate home, raised by a single mother and determined to provide a way for his family; a raw aptitude that beyond all measures has never failed to embrace his supporters with a smile. Although limited, he found a resource to tap into his musical gift and share his inner most secrets through music and introduce his story of how you can take a bad situation and turn it into a good one. Overcoming struggles and hardship this rapper knows what it takes to undergo hard times, adversity and still come out on top. Aspiring to become a permanent fixture among the rap community; this young multifaceted artist is making it his business to breath “fresh air” into the music industry.
Born and raised in Orlando, Florida. I started writing music in 2002 but I didn't get serious about it until 2005. I hooked up with some neighborhood friends and we formed a group called the "Belly Boyz". The group had at the time at least 10 members. We started a movement in our area of Orlando that started a street buzz. Over the course of time the group lost members. We were down to just two member myself and Hate Dawg. We only made one mixtape and we ended up falling out and that was that. I went on as a solo artist producing my own music and put together my first solo mixtape entitled "Yall Know High". I met Chuck Dee shortly after and continued producing music with him and he took the place of Hate Dawg and it was once again Belly Boyz. I got the name J-High from the neighborhood. Everybody called me J for short because of my first name(Jahmel). I added the "High" because I smoke weed a lot, all day, running the street, chasing money, and my dreams; which also landed me in prison. Although I cut back on my habit, I still remain J-High until the buss out. All my music comes from my life experience growing up with four other siblings and a hard working mother, hustling, grinding, running the streets and going to prison ect. I'm very real with my music. My life story is different from the next man. What makes me so unique is my deliverance and my ability to flow on a beat so gracefully, bold and cocky.