Full Profile Of Jailor Gramz, Ghana’s Next Music Star

Full Profile Of Jailor Gramz, Ghana’s Next Music Star

Here is full profile of Jailor Gramz, a young Ghanaian musician with loads of talents that keep fans alive.

Music as they say, is life healing art, passion which drives away boredom for the sad, depressed and traumatized. Music can make one regain his/her lost feeling after listening to songs from talented arts like Jailor Gramz.

Ghana is recognized as one of the countries in the world, which is rich in producing good and quality music into the global market of artistry.

Everyday, new artistes are emerging into the Ghanaian music world with massive and energetic talents, which Jailor Gramz is one of them, who are eager to keep surprising their fans with good music.

In this article, you will find out more about Jailor Gramz, his origin, educational journey, his music life, etc.

Jewel Jailer popularly known as Jailor Gramz in the showbiz industry, is a young Ghanaian musician. He hails from Battor, North Tongu District of Volta Region of Ghana.

Jailor Gramz was born in Ghana on 3rd March, 1998, by Mr. Isaac Dotsey (Retired Nurse) from Battor, Volta Region and Mrs. Patience Dotsey (a trader) from Kwamekrom, Jasikan, Oti Region of Ghana.

Jailor Gramz started his primary education at St. Dominic Preparatory School in Battor and then later moved to Battor Roman Catholic Junior High School (RC JHS), where he wrote his Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). He gained admission to St. Kizito Senior High Technical School, Mepe, after he passed his BECE, where he took transfer to Wallas Academy in Ho, a private SHS, where he sat for West African Secondary Schools Certificate Examination (WASSCE). He gained admission to Accra Technical University (ATU), where he read Medical Laboratory Science.

In an interview with Famepet Sedinams, Jailor Gramz disclosed that he started with music from his childhood and added that “I enjoy staying in my brothers room because he loves music too. He is always playing it loud.”

“In my lower primary level, my best subject was music and dance and natural science. My colleagues loved to pair with me during performance since marks are given for it.
All my primary school days I never realized I had a musical talent”, he told Famepet Sedinams.

Jailor Gramz revealed, “I thought dancing was my talent because I loved “break dance” and Slim Buster was my mentor. I discovered I had this music talent in JHS 3.”

He said, “I was a Hiphop fan who was transformed to a Reggae/Dancehall lover by Iwan with one of his songs(Thanks and Praise). That song was my transformer, but I later realized I’m more into Stonebwoy’s music than Iwan.That was somewhere 2013 -2014.”

“I started listening to Stonebwoy from 2014 to date…Some of his tunes that moved me was ‘Ghetto love’ ft Obrafour and ‘Pull up’.
But before the discovery of Stonebwoy and Iwan, I also loved Obrafour and Teri Bonchaka”, he added.

“The likes of shatta wale and sarkodie opened my eyes to the business side of music and consistency.”

Jailor Gramz has also revealed that, he feels comfortable doing Dancehall music than other Genre because of the sense and humor it carries.

“I felt comfortable doing Dancehall than Hiphop because “Reggae music has more sense in it than any other Genre (that’s my opinion).” I listen to Jamaican songs more often. But my biggest inspiration there is Chronixx and Jahmiel not forgetting Busy Signal and Kabaka Pyramid. My greatest artiste of all time is Lucky Dube.”

Music, nature lover, a thalassophile , poetry and drama, science, lover of automobiles and tech innovations. Fun of football and basketball.


SOURCE: MyAfro Ghana

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