1982, a banner year for music. Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ was released; and Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney’s single ‘Ebony and Ivory’ topped the Billboard charts for seven weeks in a row. Amidst this creative atmosphere, Jessie Chambers was born in Orlando, Florida. Chambers has had a fire for music since his youth and quickly developed musical prowess that did not stop at just the microphone and the notepad. Chambers’ melodic tracks layered with strong bass lines draw listeners into his world where he rhythmically pelts them with infectiously positive hooks and punchlines. Having opened shows for artists’ such as Ludacris and Trick Daddy Dollars with his former group Nevasyde, and licensed his music to outlets such as MTV, SpikeTV, and Google, he has become a consummate professional at his craft.