JLC: The Last of a Dying Breed
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“Do My Thizzle” is a candy paint boxed Chevy sitting on 28-inch rims riding down the streets on Houston on a Friday night. “Do My Thizzle” heavy bass lines & hustler’s lyrics is a classic ride out & nightclub music. When JLC says “in the zone when I roll out, big bank before I cash out, switch lanes before I burn out, snitches get sniffed out.” Every bonafide hustler can relate and understand what it means to “flip bread like a beef patty.”
JLC’s most massive Spotify debut “Michael Blackson” is another anthem for the ladies & nightclubs. The track “Michael Blackson” has the perfect combination of signature ad-libs, bass, keys, & an infectious chorus. The lyrics are simple, magnetic, & invokes a hood karaoke-style flow. Everybody in the club screams, “AYE, CAN I GET JIGGA WIT IT.” JLC creates music that resonates with the soul of his listeners. JLC understands the mission of music and how to deliver his gift to the world.
The streets of Fort Worth, Texas, are cold, brutal, unforgiving, & unpredictable. JLC is the rose that grew from concrete in Fort Worth. When he rides through his city with no roof or tint on his coupe, the people salute, stare, & cheer. To become a “People’s Champ,” you must be certified in all 4 corners of the city, and JLC was stamped at birth. JLC has several business ventures launching in 2019, which include his clothing line, online entertainment tech company, social media chat platform, & more. Jermaine Clarkson, aka JLC, is “The Last of a Dying Breed.”