At the age of 13 J.S. his family finally decided to settle down Warner Robins Georgia. Growing up as an only child wasn't easy. Having to be your own friend and feeling isolated, it became almost second nature to fight and survive in the streets. This wasn’t the best of situations but it was a way of life that became one of the many layers in the life of a musician.
Music was, and always have been, his outlet. He began by rapping about the life that he lived and the life that he one day he wished to live.... the typical rapper story.
Living life in the fast lane at such a young age eventually caught up with J.S.
He had his first child in 2006. A moment that he was proud of as a father but not proud to have to struggle, improvise and adapt on the go. He wanted better since he had to experience that growing up, he wanted better for his own children.
But being a single father not only meant having to provide for himself, but his daughter as well. It was around this time his outlet of music took a backseat to his new priority of raising a family.
But the focus shifted from provision to hustling and from hustling back to music. J.S. linked up with Fa$tMoney (aka Julian Walker) through the streets. They were both trying to make ends meet. But through their brotherhood, eventually they became close friends based on their common mind for the hustle and grind. They also shared the love of music. They begin making music together, making songs whenever and wherever possible by jumping on freestyles with whomever would feature them.
They eventually settled and decided to release a mixtape "American Dinner" and another after that entitled "Inglorious Bastardz". At that time, they were offered a distribution deal with a major record label. The deal eventually fell through due to difficulties arising from the terms of the deal, yet J.S. and Fa$tMoney were able to network with a lot of people and they finally had a buzz in the streets.
Their first EP, "The Key" was released through Vision Kings Productions. By now, J.S. began to focus on both his rapping and singing skills. Seeing that there was more money in 2 careers instead of 1, the group decided to release solo projects. J.S. formed the Label Jet Fuel Music Group and continued to push his music under that imprint.
Currently, J.S. is working with Fletcher Batts from Soulairium Music Group to further solidify his brand and presence in the music industry and move forward with a clear and concise plan on what the J.S. brand is all about…stay tuned.