J Me

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J-Me (Burmese: ေဂ်မီ, also spelt J Me; born Khant Zin Ko on 9 September 1985) is a prominent Burmese hip hop singer, rapper who began his musical career in the 2000s. He is best known as the "Myanmar underground hip hop legend" for his hip hop life. J-Me is an outstanding rapper who began his career in 2000. He is well known "Master of the rhymes", "great beat-boxer". Around the his aged 13 to 18 frequent group shows held in parks like Myaw Sin Kyun in Kandawgyi Park. He used his silver tongue to trash his competitors in the rap game. In 2011, he was at the top. His featuring with rapper Ye Lay and rising to fame. He got his big break in music industry with his song called “Burn em’ up ” made him a star. His hit song "Hallelujah" is known as one of his most popular rap songs.[5] J has been rapping and beat-boxing for almost 10 years; even his older sister used to breakdance back in the 1990s. J-Me, Zayar Thaw and other members of Myanmar’s first hip-hop group, Acid, have been considered inspirational because of their social activism – marrying traditionally Western hip-hop beats with issues close to the hearts of people in Myanmar.[5] He is now one of the leaders of the growing underground subculture of Myanmar, including graffiti artists and political activists. One of J-Me’s English-language songs, titled “Burn ’em up”, gives a shout-out not only to US artists Fabolous, Ryan Leslie and Nas but also to the city of Bangkok, a growing centre in Southeast Asia that promotes international hip-hop

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J-Me (Burmese: ေဂ်မီ, also spelt J Me; born Khant Zin Ko on 9 September 1985) is a prominent Burmese hip hop singer, rapper who began his musical career in the 2000s. He is best known as the "Myanmar underground hip hop legend" for his hip hop life. 

J-Me is an outstanding rapper who began his career in 2000. He is well known "Master of the rhymes", "great beat-boxer". Around the his aged 13 to 18 frequent group shows held in parks like Myaw Sin Kyun in Kandawgyi Park. He used his silver tongue to trash his competitors in the rap game. In 2011, he was at the top. His featuring with rapper Ye Lay and rising to fame. He got his big break in music industry with his song called “Burn em’ up ” made him a star. His hit song "Hallelujah" is known as one of his most popular rap songs.[5]
J has been rapping and beat-boxing for almost 10 years; even his older sister used to breakdance back in the 1990s. J-Me, Zayar Thaw and other members of Myanmar’s first hip-hop group, Acid, have been considered inspirational because of their social activism – marrying traditionally Western hip-hop beats with issues close to the hearts of people in Myanmar.[5]
He is now one of the leaders of the growing underground subculture of Myanmar, including graffiti artists and political activists. One of J-Me’s English-language songs, titled “Burn ’em up”, gives a shout-out not only to US artists Fabolous, Ryan Leslie and Nas but also to the city of Bangkok, a growing centre in Southeast Asia that promotes international hip-hop
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