Bedeviled Record Label Set to Disrupt Charts
Before joining the Gordon musical gang, JHugh did three years in prison for breaking and entering. He did a ‘kick door’ into the home of a district attorney, but it was not clear at the time whose house it was. Those were years of dangerous living and dreaming.
While riding under a cloud of a criminal past and ghetto woes, JHugh is now speeding into Atlanta’s list of most excellent emcees. Unlike the usual names that have dominated the scenes, this young artist has thrived in spite of odds stuck against him.
In a thread of late-night social media posts, JHugh articulated his struggle through the years and his lyrical redemption. He saw the light in a record Label laden with its own troubles. At one point Kryle Kooly (co-founder) had a fallout with Tony M Fountain the CEO for exclusively running the show while he was in prison. However, once the score was settled, there was no impossible on their musical journey.
The lyrical allure of the accused is baffling. No one can tell why fans find hip-hop so irresistible when it comes from an objectionable artist. Since the days of Tupac and 50 Cent, the outlaw appeal has made hip-hop what it is today. If you are into soft, you will probably need parental advisory before putting on some JHugh.
Away from the metrics of ethics, JHugh’s music, most of which is collected in mixtapes is like a mirror reflecting the dreadful face of society. Only the brave dare to look into that mirror. Those that dream of a better world.
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