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He released his 1st single called Ride and Swerve featuring Project Pat which was played by all major radio stations in Atlanta and throughout the south. Blakjak continued to win fans after he released a mixtape with DJ Smallz, Roll da Dice, in the summer of 2006.

On the strength of the single, Universal Records offered Blakjak a record deal, and the independent album was re-released in October 2006 under the title Place Your Bets. The single "Bobbin' My Head" scored radio airplay toward the end of 2006, as did his collaboration with T-Pain, "Ball Out ($500)", in March 2007. Blakjak dealt himself a winning hand at urban radio, scoring the #1 Most Added single at the Urban Media base radio format, and the #2 Most Added song at Urban R&R with his single "Bobbin My Head." In the summer of 2007, Los Angeles Dodger infielder Tony Abreu began using "Bobbin' My Head" as his entrance music. Blakjak also made Billboards Bubbling Under R&B / Hip Hop Charts where he peaked at # 12 for Ballout ($500) and # 25 for Ride and Swerve. He has also worked with a host of production stars and guest artists, including DJ Toomp, Don Cannon, T Pain, 3-6 Mafia, Shawty Redd, Lloyd, Yung Joc, Rock City and more.

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Blakjak, born Jafari Eady, grew up in Decatur, Georgia on the east side of Atlanta. He began rapping at the age of 18 but left Georgia to attend college at South Carolina State University. After returning from college, Blakjak began working with a production and entertainment company in Atlanta, Georgia where he earned studio time in lieu of a paycheck. This allowed him the opportunity to perfect his craft. He soon made his industry debut on the double platinum album Kings of Crunk by Lil Jon and the Eastside Boys. Blakjak performed his first professional show at a Dj summit in Puerto Rico at the age of 21. Shortly after, he released his 1st single called Ride and Swerve featuring Project Pat which was played by all major radio stations in Atlanta and throughout the south. Blakjak continued to win fans after he released a mixtape with DJ Smallz, Roll da Dice, in the summer of 2006.

On the strength of the single, Universal Records offered Blakjak a record deal, and the independent album was re-released in October 2006 under the title Place Your Bets. The single "Bobbin' My Head" scored radio airplay toward the end of 2006, as did his collaboration with T-Pain, "Ball Out ($500)", in March 2007. Blakjak dealt himself a winning hand at urban radio, scoring the #1 Most Added single at the Urban Media base radio format, and the #2 Most Added song at Urban R&R with his single "Bobbin My Head." In the summer of 2007, Los Angeles Dodger infielder Tony Abreu began using "Bobbin' My Head" as his entrance music. Blakjak also made Billboards Bubbling Under R&B / Hip Hop Charts where he peaked at # 12 for Ballout ($500) and # 25 for Ride and Swerve. He has also worked with a host of production stars and guest artists, including DJ Toomp, Don Cannon, T Pain, 3-6 Mafia, Shawty Redd, Lloyd, Yung Joc, Rock City and more.