Jahah is asking, "What happened to the music that moved us?"
JAHAH is a producer/emcee/singer/songwriter from the “Home of the Brave” - Atlanta Georgia. He has released three Independent albums: 2002’s Ear for Music, 2004’s Mama’s Only Son, and 2007’s The Melting Pot.
Jahah began writing songs when he was just 15 years of age. Since then he’s collaborated with Tha Bizness, Pink, Speech (Arrested Development), Big Rube, Choklate, Scar, Mistah Fab, Wale Parker, Cool Million and Dukes of Daville to name a few.
In 2002, Jahah popped up on the Atlanta music scene with his first album Ear for Music. The album garnered him attention from Outkast’s now defunct label Stankonia. “It was an honor to know the legendary Outkast and their executive’s at Stankonia wanted to sign me. I only wish something bigger would have come out of the whole situation”. Since the brief set back with Stankonia, Jahah has been featured on four of Speech’s EMI Japan releases and released two critically acclaimed LP’s on the Japanese label Day-Track. After releasing The Melting Pot (Day-Track) in 2007, Jahah was able to tour Europe, South America, and South Africa. “All the tours were great but being able to touch down in Africa was a dream come true. I was greeted with WELCOME HOME the first day I was there. At that moment I felt like all my hard work was paying off. I was so thankful”.
In the summer of 2008, Jahah began working with the production duo Tha Bizness who went on to produce Young Money’s “Every Girl”, Young Jeezy’s “My President is Black” and Chris Browns “No Bullshit”. “Tha Bizness gave me new life and inspiration. My life and career are in a different space now and I welcome change. I needed a fresh start and Tha Bizness helped me do that”. Jahah has since signed on as a songwriter for Tha Bizness and has recorded a 70’s inspired album with the duo that will be released in the near future. He’s also co-produced several tracks on Tha Bizness album and will be featured on 4 of the LP’s songs.
Jahah is also co-producer of his new production company The Feel with Angie Stone’s touring bass player DeToxXx. The Feel has produced the bulk of Jahah’s forthcoming albums Nostalgia (RED), (BLACK), and The Paradigm. Jahah looks to collaborate with other artist(s) soon.