Houston native J. Roshon is the type of rapper that cannot be placed in any category. His delivery is impeccable, his punchlines are hilarious and clever, and his presence on the mic is dominating. He delivers a beautiful comedic listening experience to his fans, and his music has recently gotten air play on Houston’s 97.9 The Box radio.
Golden Scales Affiliate Yarbro The Dragon is still on the West Coast representing his home Houston, TX. The highly intellectual artist is working in the studio and preparing that thought-provoking music that his fans love. His current mixtape The Dragon Files Vol. 1 is making waves from the West Coast to the 3rd coast.
Pierre D talks with FYI Houston about his latest ventures in entertainment, business, and fashion. The young entrepreneur has been quietly building his empire and solidifying his place in Houston’s entertainment world. We’ve got to say that the young boss is definitely making some power moves.
Curt Corona caught up with us recently to drop off some new music and let us know what he has going on in his world. He’s been keeping busy making dope music for the streets.
It’s been a few months since we discovered the Burial Boyz duo and their Classy Ratchet style, but ever since we’ve found them they have kept our attention. With edgy and upbeat music and original stage performance, it’s clear to see that the Burial Boyz are on a whole new level.
Six Pack Sam in an independent film created by filmmakers Joe McReynolds (writer/director/editor) and Javier Garcia (DP/actor) and a host of other creative minds to bring this suspense thriller to life.
“Narrowly escaping death at the hands of a notorious serial killer, Jessa Dixon awakens from a coma to learn her father committed suicide. Unconvinced, she investigates the suspicious suicide and uncovers a dark corporate conspiracy involving the police and the psychotic killer that almost took her life.”
What can you get when you mix cameroon, philly, and houston flavors together in perfect combination? YOU get a rich fusion of culture with a history that spans across countries and continents.
Twenty-five-year-old rapper 3A hails originally from Douala, Cameroon in central west Africa where he spent most of his life. He then ventured to the United States and settled in Philadelphia. Now he resides in Houston where he hopes to take his music career to new levels.
Houston native, J. Roshon, made a splash on the Houston underground scene in a big way “right, right, right.” The 25-year-old rapper recently dropped his new mixtape, “Marvin Zindler”. FYI Houston was able to catch up with J. Roshon to pick his brain on his recent success and his plans for the future.
J. Roshon keeps his daughter in mind when seeking motivation and looks at his grandfather as his biggest role model. Remaining humble, he commands respect without having to emulate the gangster aspect of rap. J.Roshon stated the “people respect me because I’m in a lane of my own.”
With a versatile style and some Houston flava, J. Roshon is making his mark on the Houston underground scene. Follow J.Roshon on Instagram @J.Roshon