In a remarkable leap, North Carolina’s own Kjigga has made a splash on the music scene with his latest release, “Them So Jealous,” a dynamic remix featuring Sofi Saint, which has soared to number 35 on the iTunes Charts in the USA. This milestone underscores the artist’s rising influence in the hip-hop realm, marking a significant stride in his four-year journey in the music industry.
Born and based in North Carolina, Kjigga, a signee of G&L Record Label with distribution from Sony Orchard, encapsulates the essence of persistence and ambition through his music. His sound, deeply rooted in hip-hop, narrates the relentless pursuit of reaching the pinnacle despite life’s adversities. This theme is profoundly embodied in “Them So Jealous,” a track that resonates with the struggles of envy and competition, especially poignant in a cutthroat industry.
The track, produced by Simon Stewart, emerged from an intense yet positively charged recording session.
“Recording was heavy but [had a] good vibe,”
Kjigga recalls, emphasizing the track’s importance as his inaugural entry into the iTunes Chart.
Not just a song but a testament to his journey, the lyrics “Them so Jealous of me and you” spotlight the artist’s personal battles and triumphs.
What sets Kjigga apart is not solely his music but his expansive vision. With ventures including his own liquor brand, Lavè, and aspirations for his entertainment empire, he represents a multifaceted approach to his artistry. His milestones are noteworthy, from opening for renowned names like Gucci Mane and Toosii to launching a commercial FM Radio tour in North Carolina.
Reflecting on the current music scene, Kjigga acknowledges the harsh complexities yet recognizes the opportunities it holds for rising talents. Inspired by his father and influenced by industry giants, he holds valuable advice for aspirants, emphasizing the necessity of a solid team and adequate funding.
As he envisions future collaborations with the likes of Drake, Kanye, and Rick Ross, Kjigga’s trajectory is one to watch. His commitment is unwavering, his strategy clear-cut: “Recording is where I just vision myself in front of thousands of people, so I take myself to that ultimate level.”
With “Them So Jealous” marking a pivotal point in his career, Kjigga’s narrative is far from over. His journey reiterates the power of resilience, and in his words, becoming “the next big Hip Hop sensation Famous ASF.”
For more on Kjigga and to be part of his continuing rise, follow his journey on his social media and music platforms.