Artist Spotlight: O.M.A HAR Better Known As Jahar “The Gentleman” [VIDEO]

Jahar “The Gentleman” was born on March 11th , 1991 in Brooklyn, New York. Jahar had a passion for music since a young age. In his early childhood his older brothers surrounded him, rapping on
family videos. Barely able to talk, at the age of 3 year old, Jahar danced along in the videos and tried to put his own words together himself. By the age of 11, he started writing his thoughts down on paper with his father’s help, and even recorded his self on a Karaoke machine…..

As years past by, Jahar now known as Jahar “The Gentleman” began writing more and becoming more creative with his train of thoughts. In 2006, at the age of 15, he rapped in front of his child hood friend “Shankz”, and from there he started making music in the studio with LP’s help. Jahar was in trouble often whenever he wasn’t in the studio. The aftermath behind that, were juvenile court cases. He wants to make a significant change for the better. After, seeing his family members and friends in Riker’s Island and Correctional Facilities Upstate, Jahar feels he has to brake the jail cycle. Some of his music influences are, Cabar his older brother, Nas, Drake, And The Late 2pac to name a few. Jahar tell’s stories of his everyday life through his music. He wants to be remembered forever. For something positive instead of negative. Hence he is also known as O.M.A HAR

As an artist now, Jahar is a former Crip Gang member. Most gang members are exposed to gangs at a young age. At age 13, Jahar was officially jumped into the gang. At age 19, formally known as “Prince Drama” the Crip, Jahar had the pleasure of being watched on the History Channel, seeded on the television show Gangland; episode “Clash of the Crips.” At this present time, Jahar is no longer apart of the gang. He’s now pursuing his career in music and is looking to inspire individuals with his life story.

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