|Latest Jaheim Tickets|
Fox Theatre - Detroit
Oct 10 2015
Majic Under The Stars: Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds, Jaheim, Keith Sweat & Tony! Toni! Toné
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Oct 24 2015
Details of Jaheim and the Ticket Luck value
This November, Jaheim is set to embark on a tour across the United States. He will be making stops in Cincinnati, Detroit, Louisville, Columbia and Chicago. The Jaheim tickets are up for sale, so book your share as soon as possible. The upcoming concert is going to be staged at the Proctor & Gamble Hall in Ohio, on the 14th of November, so make sure you attend it. Jaheim is an accomplished hip hop and R&B rapper who has been entertaining the audience for the past two decades. If you are a fan, make sure you keep an eye on his current ongoing tour schedule.
Jaheim has been compared to the likes of Luther Vandross and Teddy Pendergrass. In 2000, he signed a contract with Kay Gee Devine Mill’s record label and in the next five years, released three studio albums. His debut album came out in 2001 by the name of "Ghetto Love." It was followed by "Still Ghetto." Both of these albums were certified Platinum by the RIAA. In 2006, he released "Ghetto Classics." During the same years, he managed to win the Soul Train Music Awards and BET Awards. In 2007, he left the previous record company and joined Atlantic Records to release the album "The Makings of a Man."
Jaheim released the record "Ghetto Classic" and it was followed by a hiatus. He made his comeback in the music industry with a more focused and matured approach. The music that followed revolved around his personal musings, based mainly on real experiences, including the time when he fell in love. Jaheim went through a life changing experience, where he almost lost his life in a car accident, effects of which would reflect on his music later on. Regarding that incident, Jaheim mentioned in his interview that he wanted to take that experience and change someone else’s life with it.
Jaheim’s music revolves around his personal feelings and experiences, which he masterfully embeds in his music and touches the hearts of his listeners. These personal tragedies include the loss of his mother and his car accident. Apart from that, he shares some of his deepest feelings including the moments of love and happiness. His lifetime has been filled with rapid changes; which are reflected in "The Makings of A Man.". The record also marked the end of the "Ghetto" series era.
Jaheim’s ‘The Making of a Man’ also includes contributions by names such as Keyshia Cole in the single"I’ve Changed.". It also includes cover of ‘If You Think You’re Lonely.’ It also includes collaboration with the famous R. Kelly on the song Hush. Similarly, Kenneth Edmonds appears in the song You Don’t Have a Clue. He considers Luther Vandross as his biggest inspiration, and is known to have said that had it not been for Vandross’ voice, he would probably have still been in the hood.
Despite the fact that Jaheim has come a long way since he started his music career, he hasn’t forgotten his roots. He was born in New Brunswick, and was orphaned at the age of sixteen. Being the eldest sibling, he had the responsibility of taking care of his younger brothers. Before he found fame in the music industry, the artist went through a lot of struggle and has seen tough times, including the time in prison. Now this star is coming to your town for a rocking performance. The Jaheim tickets have now been made available, so book your share and be there to attend the live concert.