“R&B is dead”… That’s all I can say, “I been hearing complaints that R&B stays the same.” Everybody is falling in love or falling out of love to sell records, I thought that maybe people forgot how Marvin Gaye talked about “What’s Going On” So that is where I decided to take it back to… I come from the streets but I sing from the soul… And when I had doubts about whether or not the world was ready for a cat shoot’n straight from the hip…I received words of encouragement from a dear and trusted friend that ” What comes from the heart, Speaks to the heart” . … So world get ready for “R&G” (Rhythm & Gangsta) I remember the first time I heard that from my Big Homie Snoop… It was like an epiphany So 10 years later here I am… “Jay Rush”
Fate dealt him a devastating blow, but instincts showed him how to survive. As a child Jonathon Jay Rush Jennings endured the murder of his father and the financial void it left for his family—-A single mother and four siblings. Though forced into hustling the mean streets of the inner city, he also grew up singing in his families group The Dotson’s. At fifteen years old, however, the entrapment of the Ohio Penal Correctional Facilities threatened to bring an end to it all. Instead he was transformed. While pursuing a musical career Jay Rush continued to sharpen his tools by developing his writing skills and realized he was very crafty with words, which kind of catapulted him into a lane of his own…
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