Jaebo Da Threat | Fire Up

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Fire Up

by Jaebo Da Threat

Old school beats with that mellow out flow talking about what we like to do, fire up.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hardcore Rap
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Album Notes
Lyrically blessed with a flow tailored to fit his image, Jaebo Da Threat a seasoned Kansas City rapper is taking the industry by storm.

Jaebo Da Threat born and raised in Kansas City, Kansas born JaVan Clayton, Jr. is an established rapper adding his lingo and vibe to the game. With two CD projects behind his belt "Been Too Long" and "So Hungry" as part of the NBH (Natural Born Hustlas) group under Da Carter Entertainment, Jaebo has decided to branch out on his own making 2011 the start of his solo effort.

Solo tracks includes: Got My Cash, Dey Don't Like Me, For Da Real and more...

Working with artists such as: Mr. Bombizzle, Tha Authority, Dre (of KC), Da Runners, DJ Lee/Reklyned Records, Cluvvie and more.

"2011 is my year to break free and show the industry what all I have to offer. Anyone taking a chance on me and my music will agree that the opportunity is one not wasted and will be lucrative to all who is on board."
Here we are two years later and Jaebo continues to excel in this industry setting no limitations to his craft and the driving forces detrimental to his career.
Track after track, this talented rapper acknowledges his street credibility and life experiences through intriguing lyrical story-telling fit for today's generation of teaching and learning.



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