At a young age, Jerreau knew he wanted to be a rapper. He began his career by rapping in the church, and later joined a rap group named Fly Union.
The Los Angeles-based rapper by way of Columbus, OH, saw his dreams come true in 2013 when Fly Union got signed to a major label.
Although he started living the life he always envisioned, Jerreau realized that it wasn’t what he thought it would be.
“I always had a vision of getting signed, the label flying you out, and there’s a big party with champagne. My experience was nothing like that, though. They mailed us our contracts to Columbus, and we signed them in my manager’s living room. It still happened, but it was nowhere near how I envisioned it happening,” he said.
The group eventually dismembered, and Jerreau began recording his debut solo project, Never How You Plan.
The 14-track project was released last week and showcases Jerreau’s lyrical talents.
Never How You Plan is a strong debut that features his organic and distinctive flow matched against mesmerizing beats.
With standout tracks like “Looking For Something,” “Hunt & Trap,” and “Love For You 2,” the project invites listeners to get to know Jerreau’s innermost thoughts and feelings.