It's been said that music flows through his veins as he has been passed the baton of musical greatness. Jah-P born Jean-Pierre Marc-Charles is the great great grand child of musical genius of Occide Jeanty, a classical composer from Haiti who elevated the musique du palais to such an extent that his music was rated first in the Caribbean and fourth in the American continent. With music that inspires to move nations, reggae artist and producer Jah-P, delivers tracks in a singjay style designed to to elevate the consciousness of mind and create awareness in human psyche...
Recognized for accomplishments such as producing the highly acclaimed 2008 release of "the Frontline Riddim" which featured Khari Kill, Prezident Brown, Ras Attitude, as well as Lutan Fyah who Jah-P also opened up for during a Reggae Festival in Hawaii. In addition, he has opened for Morgan Heritage, Sister Nancy, Rupe as well as rapper Lil Keke. Fresh off his Debut Album release "Brother's Keeper", Jah-P went on to collaborate with another rap artist Mikel Nite singing the chorus to the title track "Hardest Wood Outha Forest" released on AMC records in 2001.
His 2002 release, " Peaks and Valleys" through to the 2007 release of "Frontline" including " Show Dem Love" which is on the shinning Riddim by Lustre Kings Productions, Jah-P has emerged as a highly energetic and entertaining performer on stage.
As for the studio, fans are eagerly anticipating the upcoming release of "Losing My Religion" the premier release by the artist since he went through a critical spiritual transition. The album is arguably the most controversial reggae release of 2012.