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Jamez London Brings the Heat on New EP ‘MY SILHOUETTE IS A SAVAGE’


“I call what I do LONDY TRAP.” New Jersey born artist Jamez London told EMCEE in a recent interview. When Jamez’s friends and engineer moved to L.A. and eventually secured a management deal, Jamez immediately started saving for a ticket to fly out to Los Angeles himself.

Jamez London would soon later release his Dark Halls x Obscene Fashion mixtape, a project that would go on to be featured on DatPiff – which was a big deal back in 2012. Since, Jamez has been carving out a lane and developing a fan base of his own. Now, Emcee is happy to premier Jamez London’s intense and insightful new EP, MY SILHOUETTE IS A SAVAGE, executive produced by LEAN CO$BY.

MY SILHOUETTE IS A SAVAGE is a raunchy inside look at Jamez London and the subculture of his affiliated collective, RVRE Records. Each song on the EP is a fresh look at the raw energy, humor, and wit Jamez is ready to provide over any given beat. “SLAPSTICKSAVAGE” and “Get Up Bih” showcase an especially raspy trap aggression while “Shwari” and “Vinny Cha$e” bring the project to a relaxing close, Jamez London spitting crazy flows all the while.

Entirely written and produced by Jamez London himself, MY SILHOUETTE IS A SAVAGE will be a 3 part series, as Jamez is currently working on production for part two. “I had no keys to my growth. I just created. That’s all I want to do. My main key now is QUALITY.” Read the full interview with Jamez London here. Listen to the fiery new EP and connect with Jamez London below.

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Born in Portland Oregon, Joe Reitan was raised to fulfill his sense of freedom and ambition. He moved to Eastern Washington as a teen, going down several paths such as computer engineering, competitive football and baseball, and was successful in his local FBLA and DECA clubs on a state level. At 18, Joe took steps towards his real passion, music. Creating his own website to post his content as he dove ever deeper into the world of music, he looked to bypass the traditional ways of life that he felt were so unfit for him.

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