Born to Motivateraised to Succeed
\'Jason\' an entrepreneur, recording artist, Model, Actor and entertainer and a NC A&T Alumni!! \'Jason\' has several published projects and has recently released a motivational solo project (Born to Motivate...Raised to Succeed) preceded by the video release of the introspective \'Earl\'s Gone Fishing.\' A true story of his childhood friend that passed at age 19 due to Leukemia, two months before Jason graduated from college. Jason's music was used in an international Adidas/Footlocker campaign, he has has hit the stage after Jermaine Dupri and G -Unit on MTV\'s \'My Super Sweet Sixteen\', Jason has opened for Grammy award winning recording artist Lupe Fiasco, and he has appeared on the same stage as LL Cool J in front of 10,000 plus fans. Jason has appeared in various roles for a few independent movies, on Tyler Perry's House of Payne and has been ranked on myspace the top male unsigned artist in the Mid-Atlantic after generating (over a Million Plays). Jason is considered a leader and a role model to his peers and community, something he attributes to excellent parenting and his education from NC A&T State University. A very personable and charismatic person, a marketing dream come true. Jason definitely has a story to tell and we believe the people want to hear it.... Virginia\'s up and coming musical phenomenon and actor, Jason, is about to take the entertainment industry by storm. Whether you are a hustler on the streets or and executive on the move, Jason speaks advancement and progression in his lyrics. His music is for the Go Getters, the movers and the shakers Jason, is a versatile emcee and a true performer that uses thought provoking lyrics to invoke emotions and motivate the listener. His music is a sincere reflection of his life and experiences. The ingredients of his sound consist of honesty, integrity, and genuine love for the art. Jason has become a creative force that will advance the hip-hop culture. A native of Richmond, Virginia, Jason got his start right in the \'Cap City\' and attributes much of his success to his parents and family who always pushed him out in front to speak or perform in public. They are his inspiration and every time he takes the stage or steps into the studio, he always remembers why he is there and who is responsible for him being the man that he is today.