[NEW MUSIC] JRS3- “SHUTDOWN” | @whoisjrs3

Texas native, JRS3 delivers his latest single, “Shutdown” on Digital Music Platforms

 

Independent hip hop artist JRS3 (Johnny, Raymond, Sanford, The Third) is no stranger to the music industry. Born in Lawton, Oklahoma, JRS3 is the eldest of six siblings. Throughout his adolescent years, JRS3 lived in both of his parents’ homes in Texas. After three years of college, JRS decided to get into music. His music library consists of hits like “We Can Party”, “Why”, “Run”, and his current single “Shutdown.”

JRS3’s songs quickly gain national attention with charting mediabase urban top 100, national top 200 and record world top independent charts. “We Can Party” has become one of the most requested songs with internet radio receiving over 5k plays and eight weeks of consecutive charting.

“When you have nothing or no one, remember what that feels like when you think you have it all”

It is evident that JRS3 is out to prove that his creative skills are unique in many ways. The well-produced political song, “Shutdown”  literally deals with some of today’s issues. The anthem is for all sorts of people who are dissatisfied with the direction of the country and the ever-present threats to freedom of expression. The lyrically repetitive message is about being heard and how our voices won’t be shut down or keep us down! Be sure to remain in contact with JRS3 on social media and digital music platforms.

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