As the rap game continues to widen in Miami — showcasing a spectrum of new talent ranging from Robb Banks to Denzel Curry — one South Florida artist is banking on his unique style to make him stand out from the rest. Jeanomusic, or simply
“My brother, he used to be in a Christian rap group back in Palm Beach County,”
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Recently, the 27-year-old released his newest single, “Paradise Train 2." While
“Free” is the word he chooses to describe his music. “There shouldn’t be a label on music, I feel. God gave me the talent to be able to sing R&B, do pop the next day, and the next week, do rap. So I think [my music] is just a mix of all of that."
Pursuing a career in any genre isn't easy in Miami, where big-name acts tend to dominate all the space, leaving only scraps for up-and-comers. It hasn't dampened
“My mother always told me, no matter what, don’t worry about fitting in,” he says. “My focus is really on being myself. I plan on continuing to do what I do. If I fit in, I fit in. But I prefer to just be in my own lane."