Juwols NWA
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Juwols NWA

Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2003 | SELF

Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2003
Solo Hip Hop Indie




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  • "The Memo" (2010)
  • "Impala" (2011)
  • "The Loser" ep (2012)
  • "Impala S.S." (2013)
  • "Thank You" (2013)
  • "December 10th" (2015)
  • "Purple.Trill" (2016)
  • "Street Pharmacist" (2004)
  • "Street Pharmacist 2" (2004)
  • "Trey Gunz: Tha Movement" (2005)
  • "Hood Die Young" (2005)
  • "Serious Business" (2006)
  • "Cassius Clay" (2007)
  • "The Syndicate 2007"
  • "Tha Myspacers" (2008)
  • "Street Pharmacist 3" (2008)
  • "Block Mafia: What Tha Bern's Been Missing" (2009)
  • "Tha Drop vol. 1" (2009)
  • "GhostBusters" (2009)
  • "Tha BlackTape" (2010)
  • "Good Friday" (2011)
  • "Good Friday 2" (2012)
  • "North Cocaina" (2015)
  • "Trvp Gxd" (2015)
  • "Please Don't Sue Me 9th Wonder" (ft. 9th Wonder)" (2022)



From skipping school to make mix tapes in his bedroom, to opening for such acts as Rich Homie Quan, Mario, Keyshia Cole, Lil Boosie, Plies, VIC, DJ Unk, Murs, and DJ Luke Nasty,(to name a few) and being Award Nominated, Seems like Music was always in the plan for this multi-talented musician, artist, and designer...sort of.

Born in Waco, Texas, Raised in New Bern, North Carolina, and Dwelling in Tampa Bay, Florida, Juwols NWA was no stranger to the art of music...or travel for that matter. Born to a military father and a mom that doubled as a pianist/singer (a la Alicia Keys), Juwols was able to read and write music notation by the age of 4. 

Music was always just something he did naturally. 

Whether it was holding down the coveted 1st chair position in the trumpet section in school growing up, or just filling in for the pianist or drummer at church, It was never something he considered having a future in. This changed, however, after deciding in high school that basketball wasn't where his heart was, and school wasn't his thing. It was in that moment that Juwols decided to not only chase a dream he kept secret from everyone of writing and creating, but to create a unique artistic space and business.  

And thus, Juwols.Supply was born.

Creating and distributing a whopping 13 mixtapes in a span of 5 years and creating the MySpace Mondays project, Juwols brilliantly fused together a brand of quality & quantity in a then pre-Lil-Wayne era. In 2010, Juwols decided in order to go any further, he had to handle the production and musical direction himself. His first endeavor "The Memo" was released that year, and though it was a far cry from the underground rap sound he was known for, pushing into a direction that any major label would bite at, it was a commercial and indie failure resulting in the lost of his home. 

"I ended up moving south to Tampa again that year, and I just spent the entire time re-grouping, re-branding, re-LEARNING business and things," Says the now 2-Time Carolina Music Award Nominee (Best Male Hip-Hop Artist). 

What followed in the next few years was been nothing short of amazing, releasing the "The BlackTape", "Loser ep", "Impala SS", "Thank You", "December 10th", and "Purple.Trill" albums (with the last 5 albums receiving radio play), while reigniting the "Myspace Mondays" Project in the form of "Facebook Fridays" (1 new song every Friday for a year), and growing an online cult following. He has even managed to work with industry artists (Justice League, Gorilla Zoe), Grab the attention of Slip-N-Slide Records, not to mention a couple of nominations from the state of NC. The only thing left for Juwols and the Juwols.Supply?

"Easy. I want to bring my brand of music, fashion, art, my message, Trill Life, to the world. I think I will..."

Simply put, this mask-wearing producer, singer/songwriter, omni-instrumentalist, designer, and artist definitely brings a new level of musicality to the Hip-Hop world via his distinct sound and "Trill" message!

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