From Chitown to Motown to the infamous DMV, 24-year-old Midwest native, Jamaal Abiade is an emcee and graduate of Hampton University who recently released a visual for his single “Barbie,” directed by himself and Chazz Field. Abiade and Field visit Washington D.C.’s Chinatown to produce the visual, where you can see Abiade and his girl stroll through the city while he raps over a high energy, trap-infused beat, produced by MJNicohls, on his feelings for his shawty, his angel.

You can also catch Jamaal paying homage to his fellow black women in his latest single:

“New York girls got a thing for me, down south girls so sweet to me, D.C. girls ji bad moe, I love the way they speak to me. Now who should I bring to dinner? Should I take Kylie Jenner? No, I like them darker, i’ll call up KeKe Palmer.”

 

Jamaal has opened up for Swift, Cardi B, Young Dolph, Migos, Rich Homie Quan, Jacques, and many more well-known artists. We look forward to seeing more work from this rising artist!

Barbie Music Video 

 

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