Omarion recently teased a tour without B2K and posted a short video on his birthday. The tease prompted J-Boog to reply on Instagram Live. He said that Omarion & Fizz are responsible for the fallout. The video, however, has some flaws and the rapper is not a good example of leadership. If you have ever wondered what inspired him to pursue a career in hip-hop, J-Boog is a true student of the game.
j boog influenced by yami Bolo & Gramps Morgan
In the early days of social media, the most popular posts about Reggae artists were those praising J Boog. This was because the Reggae singer was still relatively unknown, and his fans were eager to learn about his influences. Gramps Morgan and Yami Bolo were some of the artists that J Boog was influenced by. Both artists have since gone on to establish their own distinctive reggae sound.
Like many reggae artists, J Boog is influenced by his siblings and by the music of his mentors. Growing up in Compton and Long Beach, he has worked with many legendary artists and producers. After producing his debut album, he went to Jamaica to learn about reggae and its culture. After collaborating with Morgan Heritage and Yami Bolo, J Boog has become a prominent international reggae artist.
He’s a true student of music
Born in Compton, California, J-Boog has a diverse background that includes acting, singing, and rapping. His parents are Samoan chiefs and he has a large extended family. In fact, he was born with seven siblings. Despite being a son, J-Boog is a true student of music. Currently, he splits his time between his hometown and a successful career in the music industry.
Although his style is unique, J-Boog has a deep understanding of the genre. His influences range from hip-hop to reggae, and he has worked with many different artists. Among his most recent collaborations were with fellow rappers such as J Cole and The Roots. This was just one example of his diverse background and musical interests. But his passion for music hasn’t ended there. His musical interests have led him to collaborate with some of the biggest names in the industry, and he has released an EP of his own.
A true student of music should learn how to play a guitar. J Boog has a great ear for harmony and has the ability to make a high-quality beat. He also knows how to compose an excellent hook. He’s also known by his stage names, including Ganja Farmer. And he’s not ashamed of this fact – he has made a name for himself in the music industry.
He takes the high road despite the drama within his former group
While there has been a lot of internal drama in J Boog B2K, the star has chosen to take the high road. Despite the drama in his former group, Raz B has spoken up about his issues with his former manager Chris Stokes. The rapper reportedly stormed off the stage during a show because of a microphone problem. This incident has prompted questions as to why Raz decided to leave the tour.
While the group’s disbandment has left fans scratching their heads, J Boog has taken the high road. The former B2K member reportedly had an affair with the mother of Omarion’s child. The accusations will shock B2K fans and make for reality television fodder for the next season. However, the artist is determined to remain unharmed by the controversy.
He blames Omarion & Fizz for the fallout
Omarion and Fizz recently split after the latter began dating Omarion’s ex-Apryl Jones. Omarion and Fizz share two children. Omarion recently announced that he is touring without the rest of the group, but fans quickly threw blame at Apryl and Fizz. The rapper has now apologized for the fallout and said he will not tour without Fizz and is now supporting her relationship with her ex-boyfriend.
Omarion recently announced that he would tour with Bow Wow in 2020. The news was confirmed on Fizz’s birthday, but it was unclear whether the tour would go ahead or not. While it’s unclear what caused the fallout, Fizz and Omarion’s relationship could be to blame. According to the rapper, the relationship between Fizz and Omarion has caused the two to clash on social media.