Rolling Stone” is the latest single from Jitsu Gaiden’s upcoming project, Doped Owt, to be released mid November . The EP, a collaborative project between Jitsu and producer Beeks Vybe, also includes features from Tra Norwood, Johnny Boi Wonder and Evan Dupri. In addition to releasing Doped Owt, Jitsu is looking to build a rapport with his fans by creating music which speaks to them on a deeper level while allowing them to understand his point of view and live vicariously through his experiences. As a motto, Jitsu’s Frequent Flyer Lifestyle brand is a lifestyle for others to be a part of, rather than an exclusionary group for members to explicitly join. In 2017, Jitsu is looking to bring his brand of high-energy, high-intensity and high-volume shows to major cities around the U.S. and abroad, as well as providing fans with an increased output of music videos, documentaries, vlogs and behind-the-scenes footage of his everyday adventures.
Jermaine “Jitsu Gaiden” Dave first ventured into rapping at the age of 10, drawing inspiration of creativity from Michael Jackson. Uniquely Jitsu means Technique and Gaiden means story, so he tells his story through the technique of his music. It wasn’t until his freshman year of college nearly a decade later that he fell back in love with the craft He first started producing which insight rekindled that burning passion for creating his own music and the rest is history. His influence of style comes from rap pioneer Juicy J and Taylor Gang’s own Wiz Khalifa. Jitsu wants to inspire others to make their dreams a reality.
He pledged Omega Psi Phi Spring 2014 and will be releasing his new EP mid November entitled Doped Owt. Be on the lookout for what this creative lyrical monster has in store for the game.
“If you ain’t terrified of your dreams, then you ain’t dreaming big enough”