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Jamar Carr x D. Thompson Introduce Their Booming Track "The Mud"

Upcoming artists Jamar Carr and D. Thompson have come together once again to create one amazing track. Jamar Carr is a recording artist from Queens, NY. He released his debut album “Politically Incorrect: Wealth In The Ghetto” in 2017 and a follow-up EP called “Hidden Jewels: The New York Diaries” in early 2018. His second album titled “Coming of Age” is available now on all streaming platforms. As well as D. Thompson who began playing piano at the age of 8. Through school and church he learned to play the saxophone and how to use his voice as an instrument. Melodies and instrumentation are a staple of his music. As a college student he studied audio engineering and found work singing background and playing in bands for other upcoming artists. With a deacon for a father and mother very active in church, the harmonies in his sound are rooted in gospel music. He is influenced by Fred Hammond, The Winans, Marvin Sapp, Kim Burrell and others. Other influences include the New Jack swing style of the 90s and the New York style rap that he grew up with. In addition to that, his mother was a fan of country music playing artists like Lee Greenwood and Ronnie Milsap. Following the release of their newest single together "The Mud" they project a very booming track that will surely captivate your ears. Beginning the track with an upbeat energy leading onto their bold and sweet vocals they complete the track fully. Explaining the track further it's about grinding and hustling to be on the top, not caring about the haters or people who keep taking you down, just focusing on yourself and making money. The track would be just perfect for a late night drive or hanging out with some friends. Go stream "The Mud" and check out their discography which is filled with outstanding tracks.

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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thelifeofjamar/

SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/jamar-carr

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1TLnc6Tv3DIx27YKiGM87i

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