Justin Smith, better known as J-Mello, is the type of artist that is relevant and suits the cross genre that listeners need. Hip-Hop has been prevalent in all aspects of society but many artists forget the rock roots, the skater culture that embraced it, and the elements crowd who have grown and adapted. J-Mello has not forgotten.
J-Mello has busted the preconceived notions on their head. He is not expected. He is not “cookie cutter” and he does the authentic sound of both Rock and Hip-Hop well.
With his ever-changing look, he challenges the norms. Eyeliner, black lipstick, ever-changing hair and tattoos, he is the Nirvana, Marilyn Manson and Lil Wayne for the new generation. He rolls these influences of talent into an unique package that is his own.
No bad attempts at relevance here.
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