When it comes to breaking barriers and limitations to accomplish his dreams, @JaqueBeatz (Instagram) is the guy to get it done. @JaqueBeatz, aka Jhaun Downer, grew up in East Atlanta, and at 12 years old, he started making his own music. He is an infamous young music producer, song writer, and Hip-Hop artist. @JaqueBeatz attended Columbia High School where he was in the band. Columbia High School is known for birthing extremely talented entertainers that later become famous for their crafts such as Chris Tucker (comedian/actor), Future (rapper/singer), Travis Leslie (professional basketball player), B.O.B (rapper/artists/ business man), and now @JaqueBeatz.
In high school, @JaqueBeatz was in the band executing his creative craft in making unique music. He was inspired by many people, but Kanye West mainly influenced his art is music. He repeatedly nurtured the #JaqueBeatz sound, as he continued to produce his music, write his rhymes, while also producing other artist’s music. Back in high school, you could always catch @JaqueBeatz riding around Columbia Drive making music, recording videos, and helping others with their music. At a young age, @JaqueBeatz’s hunger and determination for his craft was seen by any and everyone that knew him, which later paid off.
After graduating high school, @JaqueBeatz continued to write his rhymes and produce his music non-stop. He started to take his craft more seriously by performing his tunes to open mic audiences in venues such as Apache Cafe, etc. This is where @JaqueBeatz was exposed to Atlanta’s own rap artist and recording label founder, @BOB and No Genre. He was later signed by No Genre and the rest is history. According to @JaqueBeatz, “Music is important to me because I love it, I made it important, and now it pays my bills”. @JaqueBeatz is slowly becoming a household name in the music industry, as he builds his brand and enjoys his life to the fullest. Jaque says he is an expectation breaker because “I always did outside the norm to keep from getting bored. I didn’t want every song to sound the same, so I kept pushing and broke the mold every time”. Thanks @JaqueBeatz for always practicing your crafts and breaking the mold in the music industry. Keep pushing limits and breaking expectations.
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