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Birth name Jameir Kirkpatrick
Origin Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.
Genres Hip-hop, Trap, Rage Rap, Cloud Rap, Plugg
Occupations Rapper, Singer, Songwriter
Years active 2017-present
Labels Cage Riot

JameirKGolden (born Jameir Kirkpatrick) is an American hip-hop artist from Louisville, Kentucky, known for his unique blend of Southern rap and trap music. He gained popularity in the local music scene with his single "Losing My Mind" and signed with Cage Riot in 2022.

Early and personal life

JameirKGolden developed an interest in music during his high school years and began writing and producing his own songs. After graduation, he started performing at local shows and clubs, gradually building a fan base. In 2018, JameirKGolden released his debut mixtape "Death Will Follow Shortly," which received positive reviews from critics and helped establish him as a rising star in the Louisville music scene.

Musical style

JameirKGolden's musical style can be described as a blend of Southern rap, trap, and alternative rap. His songs are characterized by heavy basslines, catchy hooks and hard hitting rage beats.

JameirKGolden cites Playboi Carti, Lucki, and Yeat as some of his biggest musical influences. Like Ken Carson, JameirKGolden also incorporates elements of punk and rock into his music, and he is known to rap on rage-style beats.

JameirKGolden's ability to deliver hard-hitting rhymes with a touch of vulnerability has been praised by music critics, making his music both raw and genuine. His unique voice and style set him apart from his peers, with his lyrical prowess and catchy hooks catching the attention of fans and fellow musicians alike.

JameirKGolden's songs often feature thought-provoking beats and authentic lyrics that weave personal stories and experiences into his music. He is regarded as one of the most promising hip-hop artists to come out of Kentucky in recent years and his impact on the local music scene continues to be felt, with many up-and-coming artists citing him as an influence.