It was then that I made the decision to pursue my music career. Well the one I count as my first performance, I would say was the one that changed it all for me.
After my music business and music law classes, I dropped out of school and officially became J Smooth. My first big performance with my own DJ and back up dancers happened in August of 2006 at the Feria Agostina Nicaraguence (Nicaraguan Fest) in The City of Industry, CA.
We recently caught up with Los Angeles rapper J Smooth and took him on a trip down memory lane.
We discussed his early musical beginnings, his experience in the army, attending business school, touring and his latest album titled "Plan B." Get to know J Smooth, his non-profit organization and his music.
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During my time in the army, I entered Freestyle battles and performed at open mic clubs around the base.
Once I was done with the army, I went to college and I was taking Business classes.
The Sun Country employee not only knew Jeff’s last name, she had purchased tickets to the Dakota show.
Minnesota’s , [that’s Kenny G to the rest of us] on sax, and me. And then the idea of fusion seemed passé so I started making Jeff Lorber records.