I was born and raised in Sliven, one small provincial town in the country of Bulgaria (Eastern Europe), a town full of country people without any taste of quality music or clothes, but my ambitions and my infinite love for hip-hop made me what I am now - a veteran hip-hop artist with 2 official album releases behind his back and a third one, coming in 2009 that will get its place in the history of european musical showbusiness. I made my first moves as a rapper at 2002 with a casette player and a wired microphone. Read more on Last.fm
I was born and raised in Sliven, one small provincial town in the country of Bulgaria (Eastern Europe), a town full of country people without any taste of quality music or clothes, but my ambitions and my infinite love for hip-hop made me what I am now - a veteran hip-hop artist with 2 official album releases behind his back and a third one, coming in 2009 that will get its place in the history of european musical showbusiness. I made my first moves as a rapper at 2002 with a casette player and a wired microphone.In the summer of 2003, I've recruited 4 more fellas from my hometown and we formed the "Nad Zakona Clicc / Above Da Law Clicc".I was writing all of the lyrics at the time, and we did our first studio recordings in that very summer.The boom of the "internet" and the "myspace era" was far in the future back then, so we did an underground EP with 4 songs and gaved away the cd's for free at our gigs around the town.The streets loved it. The next year 2 of the boys gave up the rap game and exchanged it with college, in 2005 the other two quitted, so I was all by myself.For a several months I didn't recorded anything - I had a dozen studio tracks by that time, but they were old, so in the summer of the 2005, I started to write some new lyrics, inspired by the life that I led back in the days - drugs,extortion and roberies basically.Still, I didn't had an alias, I was a voice with no face, but a close friend of mine - a tattoo artist (he did most of my tattoos too) gaved me the alias "JENTARO" - because I was interested in the eastern cultures, japanese mostly. Anyhow I made a connect with some soundclick underground beat producers and released my first official singles.A few months later I recruited 2 new members of my crew - we were childhood friends with both of them and I think we stayed strong as a team even today because of that friendship...I was 'the man with the ideas' so I gaved them their rap names - "Yamaetsa a.k.a.
Da Jamaican" (the lil' homie loved the marihuana so much, he had it with his breakfast, lunch and dinner) and "Trafikanta a.k.a. El Trafficanto" (because the homie was "pushin' bricks" hard for a living in years) and the three of us ressurected the "Above Da Law Clicc". From the autumn of 2005 to the winter of 2007 we recorded enough material to put up our first album entitled simply "The Album"...we put the entire country on fire with that release and for a short period of time we did many live performances - like 2Pac said in "U Can Be Touched" we lived "the wildlife" everyday... In 2007 I had the practical opportunity to be a producer/artist/beatmaker in the same time and formed with my two homies the now-legendary "Jen Music Unleashed" - I started to produce beats and studio recordings real hard so the rap game payed me back - I had my "white money for black days"...
I put my money in work and in 2008, me, my two homies and a few tallented young cats that I was producing at that time, recorded a bangin compillation with the name "Jen Music Mafia volume I" because that's exactly what we were and still are, a street team of young hustlers, a mafia, united by their love for hip-hop music and fast money...after that in a short period I did a few really good singles and with the help and the support of the "space" era I found "myspace" in life.I made connects with talended artists from different music genres all around the world and we did alot of quality music together.That gave us a reputation,a name and even the haters can't deny that and everyday, we make sure that no one forget it! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..