Win Tix To See R&B Sensation Jacquees In Dallas, TX
The R&B Sensation Is On The Road And We Got Your Tickets!
Born Rodriquez Jacquees Broadnax on April 15, 1994, in Decatur, Georgia, Jacquees exhibited a natural talent for music from a young age. His family recognized his potential and supported his artistic ambitions.
Inspired by legends like Michael Jackson and The Temptations, he started singing in church choirs and local talent shows.
Jacquees' journey to stardom began when he met his current manager, Corey "Co CEO" Lamar, who saw his potential and encouraged him to pursue a career in music. This partnership marked the beginning of a remarkable journey, filled with determination and hard work.
In 2014, Jacquees released his debut mixtape, "19," which gained recognition in the R&B community. However, it was his mixtape, "Mood," in 2016 that truly catapulted him into the limelight. The project featured his breakthrough hit single, "B.E.D," a sensual and melodically captivating song that became a radio and club sensation. "B.E.D" showcased Jacquees' vocal range and songwriting ability, earning him comparisons to R&B icons like Chris Brown and Trey Songz.
While Jacquees had earned respect and a growing fan base, he reached even greater heights with his remixes of popular songs. His reinterpretation of hits like Ella Mai's "Trip" and Drake's "Girls Need Love" showcased his unique ability to infuse new life and passion into existing tracks. These remixes became viral sensations, propelling Jacquees to a broader audience.
In 2018, Jacquees signed with Cash Money Records, a subsidiary of Universal Music Group, which marked a significant milestone in his career. With the support of a major record label, he continued to release hit singles and collaborate with renowned artists in the industry. Notable collaborations include songs with Young Thug, Lil Wayne, and Birdman, further solidifying his presence in the hip-hop and R&B scene.
Like many artists, Jacquees has faced his fair share of challenges and controversies throughout his career. His claim that he was the "King of R&B" in December 2018 stirred a significant debate among fans and fellow artists, leading to mixed opinions about his statement. Despite these controversies, he has continued to focus on his music and remain dedicated to his craft.
He's Bringing HIs "Sincerely For You" Tour To Dallas.
Catch him live in Dallas at The Echo Lounge and Music Hall Wednesday Nov. 15th! Tickets on sale now at JUST CLICK ON THIS LINK FOR TICKETS and keep it locked to Kiss-FM for your chance to win tickets!
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