Rising Artist Jiggy Germ was born and raised in New Jersey. He has a musical element in him. He began pursuing a future in music at a young age, writing his own lyrics and recording his vocals. Since then, he continued performing at venues/shows, open mics, engaging in photo shoots, music videos and etc. – which ultimately gave him a name and branding throughout New Jersey to the state of Hawaii.
He later moved from New Jersey to Los Angeles, where he became serious about his music career. In Los Angeles, he was already gaining popularity and traction, but he still decided to venture to the unknown and moved to Hawaii.
According to him, that is only the beginning. There is more yet to come for his fans. He is also focusing on the audience that is yet to hear him sing both locally and internationally. He knows that with his persistence and hard work, everything will work out for the better.
The Rising New Jersey Artist Jiggy Germ emerged on the scene with a new video, “I Got The Juice,” which featured Mr. Chicken – shot by DoloFilmz & Also “Full Attention” with Baby NoGood shot & directed by Stood. Apart from that, Jiggy has a lot more to come. Like many artists, Jiggy also has some people who inspire his music career. They include The Hot Boys, The Lox, Dipset, Jay-Z, Fabolous, Snoop Dogg, and a few others. He has learned from them that hard work and persistence are paramount in all careers, including music.
From Hawaii then to Atlanta he released two E.P.’s (Extended Play) titled “Lawd Jiggy” & “Y.K.W.T.F.G.O.”. Jiggy Germ did that, and within two months, he was making milestones in Major Digital Platforms & Social Media. He has a song titled “Way Out” that has been gaining a lot of attention on all major platforms.
His “Y.K.W.T.F.G.O.” E.P. has made Jiggy to get many invitations in the industry. He also has performed on stages like A3C & SXSW several times and definitely making his mark in the industry. According to him, that is only the beginning. There is more yet to come for his fans. He is also focusing on the audience that is yet to hear him rap, both locally and internationally. He knows that with his persistence and hard work, everything will work out for the better.
The Rising New Jersey Artist Jiggy Germ has released videos eye-catching music videos like “I Got The Juice,” which featured Mr. Chicken & Also “Full Attention,” with Baby NoGood shot & directed by – Stood. Apart from that, Jiggy has a lot more to come. Like many artists, Jiggy also has some people who inspire his music career. They include Lil Wayne, The Lox, Dipset, Jay-Z, Fabolous, Missy Elliot, and a few others. He has learned from them that hard work and persistence are paramount in all careers, including music. He knows that with his persistence and hard work, everything will work out for the better.
Jiggy Germ advises the starting artist to be unique, original, and most importantly, to invest in yourself and be your own boss.
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