Jameir Desean Kirkpatrick (born January 16, 2000) , known professionally as JameirKGolden (/jɑ,mɪr,keɪ,ˈgoʊldən/), is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. He is best known for his singles including " Losing My Mind' , " Blackheartconfesion " , and " Kim Possible ".
He became a popular figure on Spotify, blending the many elements like Hip Hop , Emo rap, Mumble Rap, and Lo-Fi,. Jameir came well known for his deep tones and seating immersive atmosphere. Jameir employed styles that range from hyper energetic cartoonish deliveries to dark deep tones that can be dark and daunting that connects to the listener, JameirKGolden has a very diverse and rapidly growing discography.
Jameir Desean Kirkpatrick was born on January 16, 2000, in Louisville, Kentucky. Kirkpatrick attended [[Iroquois High School], graduating in 2018. Jameir began rapping shortly after hearing the 'Yeezus' album that dropped in 2013. This new found inspiration drove him to start recording and sharing his own music via SoundCloud. During his senior year, his song " Losing my mind " drew over 500,000 streams. Jameir has also formed a cult-like fan base known as the "16". He believes that the is his guardian angel. His fans are referred to as 16's.
Music styleKirkpatrick's music style is constantly evolving. He likes artist that are constantly evolving, that try out different genres. It pushes him to push his boundaries. He so far as brought in elements such as Alternative rock, Rock , Lo-fi, R&B, Horrorcore, Emo rap, and Mumble rap. He is mostly influenced by artist like Kanye West, XXXTentacion, Ski Mask The Slump God, Tyler, The Creator, Denzel Curry, Kendrick Lamar , Korn , Gorillaz, Three Days Grace, and My Chemical Romance
- ↑ Frometa, RJ. "INTERVIEW: JameirKGolden". Vents Magazine. RJ Frometa. https://ventsmagazine.com/2019/11/29/interview-jameirkgolden/.
- ↑ "JameirKGolden- Artist Entry". Chad Nguyen. https://fucktheunknown.com/2020/02/08/jameirkgolden-artist-bio/.
- ↑ "Emerging underground hip hop". Chad Nguyen. https://fucktheunknown.com/2020/02/01/the-future-of-the-emerging-underground-hip-hop-scene/.
- ↑ "Louisville Artist Jameirkgolden". Ifeltavibe. https://medium.com/@chadneguyen/louisville-artist-jameirkgolden-is-gonna-be-a-star-5b1835468a96.
- ↑ "Rhyme Junkie". Chad Nguyen. https://rhymejunkie.com/2020/01/28/meet-jameirkgolden/.
- ↑ "JameirKGolden - Bio, Net Worth, Facts" (in en-US). 2018-08-05. https://www.famousbirthsdeaths.com/jameirkgolden-bio-net-worth-facts/.
- ↑ "teen music insider". Ainsley Hutto. http://teenmusicinsider.com/jameirkgolden-chats-with-tmi-about-his-plans-for-2020/#.XfhruehKjIX.
- ↑ "JameirKGolden" (in en). https://genius.com/artists/Jameirkgolden.
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