Growing pains with Jihad

Washington D.C. artist Jihad talks about mentorship through adolescence and staying on an affirmative path.

August 11, 2021 by Alexandria Anglade
Instagram: @97jihad97

“A lot of upcoming musicians struggle as adolescents and use their newfound wisdom as morals for the youth. One truth that I wish I could tell my younger self is the importance of staying off the streets”, explains Jihad.

Likewise, Jihad also discusses the crucial significance of constantly having goals in order to obtain milestones.

“In the next five years, I’d like to chart on Billboard and retire all of my family members. My kin means everything to me and it would be a blessing to repay them for all of their hard work”, states Jihad.

Furthermore, Jihad is correctly in the process of perfecting his craft to create a mainstream rollout for his brand.

“If I wanted to, I could drop four projects right now…the key to success is patience. An overnight success is a ten year grind’, says Jihad.

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