J. Jewels brings together Maino and Lynda Rose to give them – What They Want

For the last few years, our JEI MUSIC GROUP founder J. Jewels, has been negotiating a deal with Eat Breathe Sing Entertainment over their artist Lynda Rose, a 17 year old up and coming R&B/POP artist.

Jewels saw a lot of potential in the artist when he met her almost Five plus years ago. Just a few months ago, both parties finally came to an agreement and it was off to the races. We finally had the green light and began to lay down the ground work to create a buzz around the artist.

We began shooting and broadcasting a reality based, web series, called “Life as Lynda Rose” trough our NETWORK YOUTUBE CHANNEL.

During the first episode of the series, we Introduced  the artist, her family and gave people a glimpse into, what may seem to be an impossible journey ahead. The first episode was Published on Jan 7, 2015 and it has been watched by over 10,000 people. We have continued filming the series but have not yet released any new episodes but they are coming and they are going to BLOW YOUR MIND.

Over the past weekend, Saturday morning to be exact… team #EatBreatheSing and The Network headed out to New York, where J. Jewels reunited with his former intern, turned “Super Producer,” now known as CHANCE UNO (Credits Include: French Montana, B.O.B, Maino, JermainePaul, Beanie Sigel, Saigon, Yo Gotti ect.) to record the first ever Lynda Rose Single under the JEI Music Group / Eat Breath Sing umbrella called What They Want.

Maino is perhaps best known for his debut single “Hi Hater,” as well as its follow-up “All the Above,” which features American singer-songwriter T-Pain and was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). WATCH BELOW and ENJOY! 
“All the Above” is Maino’s first song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. It debuted at #54 and then rose to #39 the next week. It also had peaked at #10 on the Hot Rap Tracks, #59 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, and #46 on the Pop 100. The single is certified platinum and is Maino’s only Top 40 hit to date.