Video: J.Bles – W A N W
Atlanta native and talented upcoming rap artist and producer, J. Bles is currently hard at work on his upcoming project,Forever.Analyze.My.Everything, which is set for release later on this year. J. Bles grew up around various talents, including Grammy-winning producer and songwriter, Dallas Austin who is like family. The rapper fell in love with rap when he was introduced to smooth, rhythmic flow of legendary rap group, Outkast, whose passionate lyrics contributed to J. Bles wanting to experiment with poetry and rhyming at a young age.
Taking the time to find himself as an artist and creating a network of relationships around Atlanta over the years, Jay released his first major single produced by Chad and himself, “The Boy Got Swag (2008)” which was accompanied by his first video directed by Scales for Virgo Vision Films and featured on his debut mixtape, The Introduction Before The Introduction. Jay got his first big break as a solo artists when he was enlisted to open up for Grammy-winning rap artist, T-Pain at Clark Atlanta’s 2009 Homecoming Concert.
- Bles draws inspiration from greats, such as Micheal Jackson, Rakim, T.I., and Jay Z, taking his southern-esque sound and coupling it with lyrical passion. In addition to rapping and producing, J. Bles is also the head of his independent movement, Fli Boi Entertainment.
As of now, J.Bles is still hard at work in the studio to create great music for his first EP, Forever.Analyze.My.Everything which will include his current single, “W.A.NW.” and upcoming single “F**k Wit Me Now”
After releasing his single W.A.N.W.(Wish A Nigga Would) earlier this year, J.Bles just released the visual for the song.
Directed by Chris Scales, the high-energy filled song is expressed visually in an intriguing cinematic debut featuring J.Bles and his very own Bonnie as they prepare to take on their next mission that leads them in the confines of a seedy hotel. The bass-thumping track is the first leak off his upcoming EP, Forever.Analyze.My.Everything, set for release later on this year.