JMB Music Has A Hot New Music Video For “Am I Wrong?”


JMB Music, is a singer, songwriter, and saxophonist from Prince George County, Maryland. His passion for music developed in the second grade when he was gifted his first saxophone for Christmas. While earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Morehouse College he played in the marching band. During this time, JMB further explored his love for music and began writing and recording his original content. JMB Music hopes to be mentioned among the greats someday. He has had the opportunity to open for artists like Chrisette Michele and Elle Varner. In September 2018, he dropped his third EP, “Late to the Party,” which was his first project to be available on multiple streaming services. Within the first month, the project was streamed over 5,000 times on iTunes. His SoundCloud has garnered over 141,000 plays.


Am I Wrong?” is another hip-hop smash with new visuals, fusing high energy, multi-layered beats, with a heavy bass-line and a quickly confident, easy-going subject matter and performance. It’s is an easy anthem for contemporary hip-hop fans. JMB drives with a simple lust for life including catchy hooks, laid-back concepts, professionalism, and style. This release is far from the exception and offers yet another track that further cements JMB Music’s sound and approach as an artist. “Am I Wrong?” is a song that connects a little more strongly with every few moments that pass by, and with each new revisit. That carefree swagger drives things along in an appealing way, reminding you there’s a musical connection at the heart of JMBs work.


Listen to “Am I Wrong?” here and read more with JMB Music below!


Hey JMB Music! Congrats on the release of your new single “Am I Wrong?”! What does this song represent for you?

Thank you, I really appreciate it! To me, this song represents growth. It's the first song I have released that I also co-produced, (shoutout to Spaceman) and getting into the production side of creating was one of my goals for 2019. This record is also special because I didn't lock in on a direction for the song. I created what felt good in the moment and didn't try to fit into a specific genre or category.