THINKjustinjames: Massachusetts Has Birthed One Of The Nations Top On The Verge Artist Of The Decade


(Spin Digit Editorial):- Los Angeles, California Nov 18, 2021 ( –  THINKjustinjames is an on the rise recording artist from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Who would have known Massachusetts has one of the hottest on the verge artists? Proving that talents are born anywhere! Growing up he found himself gravitating towards self-made musical pioneers such as Michael Jackson, R Kelly, and Keith Sweat. These are artists his father introduced him to as a child. At the age of 14  THINKjustinjames began dabbling into music. He began practicing with writing and arranging songs. Hip Hop icons such as Jay Z, Mase, and Ludacris inspired him to create. His debut single “Tell Me You Love Me” is a hit! As a matter of fact, the song is airing nationally over 62 stations in the U.S and has been featured on top music sources such as Thisis50 and VladTV. His video to his song “Running Back” has also been recently placed on Worldstarhiphop.  That one video accumulated over 100,000 views in just 24 hours.

James came back to radio with “Higher” another song from his EP “Now Or Never”. This found him sharing stages with the likes of Fetty Wap, Rick Ross, Fat Joe, and Dave East. Buzzing off the EP, James assembled a new project which he later titled “MIXTour of eMOTIONs”. DJ Royce, took over as his DJ and the project’s A&R. Starting off with a remix to “Higher”, the project takes you on a musical journey through Hip Hop, Soul, R&B, Folk, Pop, and Dance. “It’s a tour through a mixture of genres and emotions of love & hip hop. He is currently working on lots of music while getting his project “Still Dedicated” together …Shooting videos and getting back to performances.THINKjustinjames is highly motivated and highly dedicated to the growth of his craft and continues to grow each day. He stops at nothing to reach his goals and this mindset will take him to the top.

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