Having already received support from the likes of Toddla T, Roses Gabor and Jammer on Twitter, ‘Singing My Song’ video anticipates what is yet to come from the adlib lord in the near future.
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Cultivating his artistry since 2006 alongside the members of his crew Nationality, it was only in June 2011 Jammin released his solo debut mixtape Wake Up Call. With a track-list that included a collaboration with his cousin and grime royalty, Jammer, on Rain on Em, as well as Jammin’s biggest track to date OMG featuring P Money and Blacks, the mixtape demonstrated Jammin’s versatility not only as an exciting and lightening quick MC, but also as an enthralling lyricist.
Following on from the success of ‘Wake Up Call’, Jammin’s tracks were soon being featured on the likes of radio stations Kiss, 1Xtra and Rinse FM on a regular basis, with DJ’s such as Logan Sama, Spyro and Cameo all giving his music a channel in which it could hit a larger audience. Recognising the buzz surrounding grime’s newest and unique member, Jammer instantly called on him to contribute to last year’s rebirth of Lord of the Mics 3. Up against Clipson, Jammin did more than enough to secure the battle, every round letting loose with quick-witted and often humorous lyrics. He even started singing during the battle. That’s just the kind of guy he is.
With aspirations to work with the likes of Guy Chambers (the producer behind Robbie Williams’ five #1 albums) Damian Marley and Jamaica’s Vybz Kartel, it’s clear to see that Jammin is aiming for the top. Like we said, that’s just the kind of guy he is.