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J-Boog, born Jarell Houston, put his rhythm and blues, rap style to work with his songs ""Let’s Do It Again," "Sunshine," "It’s So Hard" and "Waiting On the Rain." Don’t miss your chance to see J-Boog LIVE! Buy your J-Boog tickets today!
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J-Boog Concert Tickets

Jarell Houston, aka J-Boog, is an American rhythm and blues singer and rapper best known for his reggae rap style and infectious lyrics. His songs "Let’s Do It Again," "Sunshine," "It’s So Hard" and "Waiting On the Rain" are examples of his dedication to the hip-hop art form, exuding a laid-back attitude toward life that is often lost in today’s rap scene. Buy your J-Boog tickets today and discover one of the most soulful artists the West Coast has to offer.

Born in Long Beach, California., and raised in Compton, Calif., J-Boog fell in love with music at an early age. The Samoan rapper/singer grew up in a musical family. At the age of 4, he began playing the piano and started singing along with his older sister. J-Boog became enamored with Bob Marley’s message of love and harmony inspiring him to become a reggae artist.

J-Boog’s professional career reached a milestone in 2004 when he met R&B and reggae fusion singer George Veikoso. J-Boog learned to infuse his music with life experiences and polished his sound for years as a working artist in Hawaii. There he collaborated with various reggae groups and eventually landed a record deal with Wash House Records. In 2011, J-Boog released his self-titled EP, which featured "Lets Do It Again" and "So Far Gone."