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Jamall Joseph known for his smooth R&B with a rap twist has done it again with his highly anticipated album ‘1271.’ The rising artist has already made significant inroads in the music industry with his impressive work on various productions such as his 2020 album ‘God’s Gift’ featuring multi-platinum artist Marques Houston and Kansas City platinum artist T-Rell.

Joseph’s latest project, ‘1271’ is an example of his work ethic and talent to procure ingenious music. The trailblazing R&B artist leans into the classic sounds of R&B that is lacking in the current music scene. The tracks on ‘1271’ are filled with infectious hooks and a range of beats for every vibe.

Nostalgic and easy to listen, ‘1271’ stands among the top-quality R&B music releases of 2022. The flow comes naturally and is boosted by an incredible production. Tracks include Truth Hurts featuring movie producers and R&B Icon I Rich.

On Truth Hurts, Joseph teamed up with Young Rome, from the late 90’s group IMX, first known as Immature. Rome raps, “I miss coming home to your pretty face, but I rather dip cuz I don’t need a case.” The song comes together for a hit with movie producer and R&B singer, I Rich.

Jamall Joseph came out to play on ‘1271.’ He just does not miss and it’s very clear that he’ll go down as a legend in the music industry and he has set the tone for true artistry as you never know what you will get from him.

Jamall Joseph is best known for his 2020 album “ God Gift “ featuring Multi-Platinum Artist Marques Houston of IMX and Kansas City Platinum Artist “ T-Rell “.

Stream Jamall Joseph “ 1271 “ on all music Platforms on April 15th, 2022.

We had such a dope time catching up with the LA native to talk about the dope new project and more.

1) What keeps you motivated when it comes to your music?

The pure art of artistry and creation, everything that goes into making music. It’s a form of therapy for me as most of the songs on my albums are about situations I have been through.

2) When you think of “Vintage Media Group”, what comes to mind?

It’s a great fantastic news media site and I’m happy to be a part of your content and growth.

3) Being that you are from Los Angeles, what is the state of Hip-Hop there? How would you title your style of music?

Well, I’m actually from Oakland, CA however, I have been in Los Angeles for a really long time so this is home to me. Hip-hop right now is in a state between Jingle bell singles and true artistry. Everyone I work with is an artist we work play and tell stories Hip-Hop is missing its true essence. For every Feature of my project, I push them to their limits because I want to give the listener the best song possible to touch their spirit. Music must touch the soul and the mind that’s what I attempt to do is to touch you and get you through a situation you make be going through.

4) With your most recent project “1271” FIRE, I Really Like It… can you give us some details on how you came up with that album?


“ 1271 “ is the Street number of my grandmother’s home in Emeryville, CA. This album is a bit personal for me. I lost my father last year and to me, it was like losing your best friend you have known your whole life so these songs are a combination of real stories about real people and situations I have been through over the past years besides the last two I had to end it with some crazy bangers.

5) Where can your fans & supporters find you online? Via Twitter, Facebook, etc.?

I am very social so they can look me up on FaceBook as Jamall Joseph “ or on Instagram @officialjamalljoseph also they may visit me on my social media app Go Viral and www.IRockDistro.com

6) Who are some of your influences?

Heavy Jay Z, Nas, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, Drake, Mistah F.A.B., E-40, Mozzy, and a host of R&B artists like Marques Houston, Trey Songs, Chris Brown and many more., But more Notably Mistah F.A.B. because we grew up on the same street and I watched him grow from a battle rapper poet to an amazing Artist and Business Man the ups and downs of being signed to being the bad guy to coming out on top so I can relate to his history much more because its similar to my own story but told a different way.

7) Any Last Remarks

Run them streams up baby “ Jamall Joseph “ “ 1271 “ out now “Pressure “


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