Jarell Damonté Houston Sr. (born August 11, 1985), known as J-Boog, is an American R&B singer, rapper, record producer, movie producer, dancer, and actor. He is famous for being one of the members of R&B group B2Kalong with Lil’ Fizz, Raz-B, and Omarion. He is currently disbanded from the group and is working in The Ultimate Group(TUG) record label through which he has produced several films that includes, You Got Served(2004) and  Somebody Help Me(2007). He is also famous as the first cousin of Marques Houston.

What is J Boog famous for?

J Boog is best known for singing in an unexpectedly sweet reggae accent as part of the popular R&B group B2Kalong with Lil’ Fizz, Raz-B, and Omarion.

He’s also known for his hit album “Back Yard Boogie,” which features reggae legends Richie Spice, Tarrus Riley, Fiji, and Morgan Heritage, as well as IP-Hop superstar Snoop Dogg.

He is an actor and producer who has appeared in films such as Step Up 2: The Streets (2008), You Got Served (2004), and Til Death Do Us Part (2017).

J Boog’s ethnicity is unknown.

J-Boog, whose real name is Jarell Damonté Houston Sr., was born and raised in Compton, California, as the youngest of three brothers.

The singer is of Samoan origin and holds an American passport. His zodiac sign is Leo, and his religion is Christianity. Information about his parents and siblings is currently unavailable and is being investigated. From the age of four, he began singing, rapping, and dancing. His girlfriend, who used to sing and play the piano, was J’s first influence. After his sister bought a book of Bob Marley’s classic songs to sing along with, J began to sing along with her. When J Boog was nine years old, he appeared for the first time in front of a huge family reunion crowd at a church. More details about his educational background is still being investigated.

How is J Boog’s career?

Boog’s music career began professionally after J released his hit debut album “Hear Me Roar” in 2007 in collaboration with island music pioneer, George “Fiji” Veikoso whom he met in 2005. He then joined the musical family Wash House Music Inc, a record label based in Hawaii and San Francisco. In 2008, J Boog met Gramps Morgan of Morgan Heritage with him he got his big experience to record in prestigious record studios such as Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Studio, Don Corleone’s Hit Maker Studio, Bobby Digital’s Digital B studio, Shaggy’s Big Yard Studio and Sugar Minott’s Youth Man Promotion studio. His follow-up album, “Backyard Boogie” in 2011 topped the US Billboard charts and iTunes charts in numerous countries. One of the hits was “Let’s Do It Again” which earned J Boog the Best New Entertainer Award at the 2012 International Reggae and World Music Awards held in Chicago. J introduced new reggae fans around the world, offering a variety of musical roots, including R&B and Rock.

J Boog dropped his EP, the “J Boog EP” on June 14th, 2011 through Wash House Hawaii that featured five new songs, along with three previously released hit songs, like “Let’s Do It Again” and “So Far Gone”. Similarly, his others are“Live Up!” and “Night Life” that went in Top lines in Heatseekers chart and #4 on Top Reggae Albums. He released his mixtape tracks called “My Diamond Life” for fashionista powerhouse Diamond Supply Co.  J Boog has toured around the world in locations such as Europe, Africa, Dubai, New Zealand, Australia, United States, and Japan. Besides, music, J is famous for acting in many movies and TV series. His debut movie was 2004: You Got Served, the hit dance movie, with his B2K bandmates, along with Marques Houston. He appeared in another hit dance movie Step Up 2: The Streets in 2008 and several more thereafter. He also appeared in few episodes of 2017 and 2019 TV series, Love & Hip Hop.

What is the net worth of J boog?

With a net worth of $2 million, he is an American R&B artist, rapper, and producer. He hasn’t mentioned what his average salary is. J’s diverse abilities have led to him working in a variety of fields throughout his life. As a singer, rapper, actress, dancer, and producer, he earns money from a variety of sources. He is also a successful businessman. He has joined forces with a relative, Marques Houston, to become Vice President and Producer of Chris Stokes, a longtime music promoter, and Marques Houston’s video production company, Footage Films. As a result, combining all of these has significantly improved his net worth to this day. More details about his vehicles and homes is also being investigated.

Who is J boog’s spouse?

J boog, an American R&B artist, has not yet married. Jondelle Michelle, his long-time ex, is his new girlfriend. Since January 1, 2004, the couple has been dating. Anaia Jolie Houston (born on October 3, 2005), Jarell Damonté Houston Jr. (born on December 14, 2006), and Tru Carter Houston are the couple’s three children (born on November 12, 2009). Apart from his current relationship, there is no other information about J’s personal life. He is now happily married with three children and lives with his girlfriend.

How tall is J boog?

The R&B singer and rapper has a decent height of 5feet 7inches tall. He has a slim body type. His bodyweight is currently not available. The multitalented artist has a black hair color and dark brown eyes. Further information regarding his body measurements, dress size, and shoe size are still under review. He has a straight sexual orientation.

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