JMC is an independent artist who uses his passion for music as an outlet to express his talent. The Hip-Hop and Pop sensation is eager to take his musical journey by storm and does so by creating a lane that is solely his. The Kentucky artist creates music that is not only catchy but is relatable to his listeners. JMC takes pride in where he comes from and you can hear that Southern comfort throughout each track. Following the release of his latest visual “Call I Make Believe,” JMC has set the tone on what to expect from him in the future. He has a lot more in store for his listeners coming soon so be sure to stay tuned!
He feels that Why should people listen to your music?
If people like positivity and good vibes definitely listen to my music, I’m open to anyone checking out my art. I just want to have a connection and my song be able to relate and encourage you in the long run.
What inspired/the meaning behind your artist name?
It is the first and last initials of my name, (Joseph & McCord), I was going to go with JMC^2 since I have two C’s but finalized with JMC.
Describe your Image.
Honest, respectful, kind, uplifting, creative, shy, critical thinker.
What are some of your favorite highlights/memories/accomplishments that you have from being in the industry?
Dropping my very first music video “Call I Make Believe” just all the positive feedback and supporters I received.
Is there a motto or quote that you live by?
Treat people how you want to be treated.
What community events have you contributed to and why is giving back to the community important to you?
Every year during the holiday season, me and my family always give blankets to the elderly in nursing homes and the homeless in shelter homes. I believe it is important to give back, because you never know who will be in need next, could be me, my family, the bottom line is giving is part of living.
When you are not in the studio and/or working, what are some things that you enjoy doing?
I enjoy star gazing, vibing to music, and video gaming.
How many singles, EPs, or albums have you released? Which one is your favorite? Why?
I have four singles, one EP with six tracks out right now. My favorite song so far is “Favorite Rapper”, because it was the quickest song I made and I enjoyed the process and fun I had making it.
What advice would you have for someone wanting to follow in your footsteps?
Be consistent, never give up, and be patient. There will come a time where you might get writers blocked or lose motivation, but everything will workout in time.
What is one message you would give to your fans?
I love and appreciate everyone one of you, I am so grateful to have fans.
Anything else you would like to mention?
Be patient with me, I promise I will do great things.