By using this site, you agree to our: MoStack Heats Up The Winter With "Staqdo", Lil Tecca Continues Establishing Himself On "IDK", Anuel AA Shouts Out The Spanish Rap Game On "Keii". He followed this with "No Lie" and his Warm Up. Billboard Hot 100. Before his rise in the Afroswing/Afrobashment scene, Mostack was a road rap artist that went by the name “Mo The Kid” and “Lil Mo”. "[15] In September 2014, distraught following two separate prison stints, he was advised to focus on pursuing a music career by his childhood friend Moe who also agreed to be his manager. "—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory. MoStack has been steadily blazing up the UK scene for a minute. This site uses cookies. In January 2020, J Hus released his second album, Big Conspiracy, which featured appearances by Jamaican singer Koffee, Nigerian singer Burna Boy and British singer Ella Mai.

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[31] Jallow appeared at Thames Magistrates' Court on 22 June and was released on bail. [28] Whilst in hospital, he was criticised for posting on Instagram a photo of him making a gang sign from his hospital bed with the message "5 stab wounds could never stop me #AntiCh #F***DaOvaSide". Family Life. GRM Daily) – Single by J Hus", "So Paranoid (feat. [3] He followed this with "#Rated", which samples the beat from French Montana's "Don't Panic", and "Want From Me" Remix of Kojo Funds' song, which gained a lot of coverage, helping his breakthrough.

[22] Jallow's label stopped releasing music with his only verse whilst incarcerated coming from collaborator Dave's debut album, Psychodrama's song "Disaster. In late May 2015, he released "Lean & Bop",[16] which was streamed more than 10 million times in total on music platforms. Quotable LyricsYou ain’t bro if we ain’t got the same beefHang with them, you better hate meI swear, the way how they live is crazyI don’t know who to make my wifey. "[23] "Disaster" debuted at number eight on the UK Singles Chart on 15 March 2019. Upcoming Lyrics. [27], In September 2015 the musician was admitted to hospital after being stabbed five times in London. Trivia. "Why J Hus Is A Rare Breed Of Sick Rapper and Anthem Factory", "J Hus Announced Details Of His Debut Album, Common Sense", "Rapper J Hus sentenced to eight months in jail for carrying a knife", "The radical healing sound of Dave's debut album Psychodrama", "Dave's Psychodrama album debuts at Number 1", "J Hus bombshell as rapper announces retirement – 'I'll never tour again, "J Hus: Why he felt he had to take a knife to Westfield", "J Hus jailed for eight months for carrying knife", "J Hus is Carving Out a New British Sound, Injecting UK Afrobeats with Rudeboy Flavour", "Stabbed London rapped J Hus slammed for making 'gang signs' in hospital bed", "J Hus on learning from his 2015 stabbing and maturing as a performer", "J Hus apologises as he's replaced on Wireless lineup following weapons arrest", "Rapper J Hus to go on trial after denying knife possession charge", "J Hus ft Burna Boy – full Official Chart History", "Dave ft J Hus – full Official Chart History", "J Hus is releasing his new album 'Big Conspiracy' tomorrow", "Official R&B Singles Chart Top 40 (11 November 2016)", "Official Independent Singles Chart Top 50 (4 November 2016)", "J Hus travels to Africa for stunning 'Spirit' video – watch", "Daily Duppy (feat. [26], In 2014 and 2015, he was arrested and served stints in Her Majesty's Feltham Prison. J Hus) – Single by Mostack", "High Roller (feat. [14] He accrued six convictions for ten offences between 2011 and 2016, including for carrying a knife and for violent disorder. [4] J Hus has been credited with pioneering the genre afroswing.
[11] Hours after his release from prison in April 2019, he made a surprise appearance on stage at Canadian rapper Drake's concert in London.[12]. He was featured on Sneakbo's track "Right Now." Top Lyrics of 2009. J Hus [Momodou Lamin Jallow] was born in London and grew up in the city's Stratford district. "Rapper J Hus: 'I was a doughnut hustler! [5][5][6][7] He gained popularity in 2015 following the release of his song "Dem Boy Paigon".

[24], Hours after his release from prison in April 2019 he made a surprise appearance on stage at Drake's concert in London. Following a Best Newcomer nomination at the 2016 MOBO Awards, British rapper MoStack presents the follow-up to his debut mixtape, Gangster with Banter. Artists A-Z.

(MoStack & J Hus featuring Dave) 19 — — 74 Stacko "Feels" (Ed Sheeran featuring Young Thug & J Hus) — 54: 77 — No. J Hus - So Paranoid (feat. Best Album (supported by Orange Amplification), Formats: CD, LP, streaming, digital download, This page was last edited on 28 October 2020, at 06:32.

At 23 years old, MoStack has been on the rise since he dropped his breakthrough track “No Buddy” via Link Up TV in 2014. Guest appearances. [13], J Hus got his name from the word "hustler", explaining that he would buy a pack of doughnuts and sell them individually at a profit when he was in secondary school. Top Lyrics of 2011. [12], In December 2019, J Hus announced he will no longer tour for "the next 3/4 years, maybe more". His next release was "Dem Boy Paigon", which was described by Ajay Rose of The Link Up as having "brought together an Afro-beat sound with lyrical rap ... capable of turning any dance upside down".
[16], Jallow released the single "Friendly" in 2016, which received a nomination at the 2016 MOBO Awards, as well as "Playing Sports", "Liar Liar" (remix) and "Solo One", the last of which appeared on the Brotherhood soundtrack.[16]. [27], In June 2018, he was arrested in Stratford and charged with carrying a knife in public. He is of Gambian and Ghanaian descent and was raised by his mother, who emigrated to England when she was 25 years old.

Lyrics. [16], Around the end of March 2015, he and MoStack released their "Westwood Crib Session".

Upon release, the album was positively received by fans, and includes features from Mo Stack, MIST, Tiggs da Author and Burna Boy. [27] When asked why he had been carrying a six-inch blade, J Hus said: "You know, it's Westfield. This could be a good sign that his sophomore release is on the horizon. He later released the song "I Do." [17] Around this time, he also released a "Daily Duppy" for GRM Music, which he followed with his first mixtape, The 15th Day. In 2017, he released his debut album, Common Sense, which was critically acclaimed — it was named the best UK album of 2017 by Complex. MoStack returns with new heat with a tinge of afrobeats. MoStack has been steadily blazing up the UK scene for a minute. Stacko included appearances from some of the biggest names in the UK like Dave, Stormzy, J Hus, and more. Get the hottest music, news and videos delivered directly to your inbox. More » Artists. He is from London, North London, Hornsey. The High Street Kid mixtape features ten brand-new tracks, with "Ussy Ussy" leading the way as the first single. His first single, "No Buddy," was released on Link Up TV's YouTube channel in November of 2014. Top Lyrics of 2010. What do you want from me? He also featured on Stormzy's "Bad Boys" from his album Gang Signs & Prayer, which peaked at number 22 on the UK Singles Chart,[18] on Dave's "Samantha", which peaked at number 63,[19] and charted at number 9 with his solo composition "Did You See". J Hus) – Single by Baseman", "Sekkle Down (feat. Mostack feat. MoStack's latest project also features a number of notable guest spots, including J Hus, Krept, and Mist. He also stated that following his next album, he would have no more features but that he wanted to work with Burna Boy and 21 Savage. [14] Growing up he had wanted to become an actor "but then around Year 10 or Year 11, it was whatever really", and he was expelled from school as he had, in his words, "started getting into a bit of trouble. [21] In May 2018, he released his EP, Big Spang (2018). [11] He was subsequently dropped from the performance lineups of the TRNSMT and Wireless festivals. Although it's been a minute since the album's release, he's back with some brand new music. Popular Song Lyrics. With the release of his debut album Stacko in 2019, he proved that he can deliver a body of work that's just as strong as the singles he released. Hip hop recording artist who dropped a single on iTunes called "So Paranoid," featuring J Hus, in August of 2015. The album became his first number-one on the UK Albums Chart and received widespread critical acclaim. I don't talk about beef when I'm next to ya You pop guns, sell bricks and you're no good Put work in the streets and you're so hood Yeah right, all of that sounds good But why you not allowed back in your own hood? [13] Jallow was raised Muslim and is of ethnic Fula and Akan heritage. By early 2015, he was popping up with unforgettable freestyles on SBTV, BBC Radio 1’s Fire In The Booth and GRM Daily — building his reputation as one of the most unique artists the UK urban scene had to offer. In 2017, he featured on Nines’ "High Roller", which featured on his album One Foot Out. [25], In 2011, J Hus was arrested outside Westfield following a "mass attack" on four people, which ended in one of them being stabbed. Peep his new single below and sound off with your thoughts in the comments. J Hus's "Did You See" became his most successful single, peaking at number nine on the UK Singles Chart and eventually being certified Platinum. J Hus) Lyrics. He came through with his latest single, "Staqdo" earlier today. [29][30] The attack left him with mild PTSD, for which at the time of his 2018 imprisonment he was seeing a therapist. At 23 years old, MoStack has been on the rise since he dropped his breakthrough track “No Buddy” via Link Up TV in 2014.

He was immediately noticed thanks to his infectious flow and delivery, blended with sing-along ad-libs and melodies. He'd already received a referral order that year after being caught with a knife in public.

He was immediately noticed thanks to his infectious flow Session.