If MTV Wild ‘n Out’s Justina Valentine’s talent were epitomized to an NFL player’s, I’d easily compare her to the Cleveland Browns’ swiss army knife rookie, Jabrill Peppers.
Yup, I said it.
I’ve covered both and they both have a bright future.
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They both rap, sing, rep northern New Jersey faithfully and they both have that ‘thing’ that you can’t coach, yet everyone envies. That ‘thing’ is God-given talent, drive and desire to be the best that they can be.
In today’s entertainment space where the brand extension to your craft is everything, Justina Valentine is in her element and she’s thriving. She’s authentic, but as the aformetioned Peppers, she’s the perfect blend of style and substance.
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Valentine’s point of entry began in 2013 when she released her EP, Valentine. From there, she charted iTunes with hits like “Candyland” with Fetty Wap. Her mixtape Red Velvet was fire, as was her Scarlet Letter album.
Her music has graced NBC’s Smash, VH1’s Mobwives, MTV’s True Life, Oxygen’s Running Russell Simmons, A-List NY and the CW11.
Justina Valentine has accomplished a lot. Also of note: her freestyles are legendary.
With all that spunk, I’m curious: Where does she get her inspiration? Who Does Justina Valentine find interesting? “Just really only myself,” Justina Valentine told me with a grin. “Naw I’m just kidding!”
“I definitely mess with those who mess with me. So you know, shout out to Fetty shout out to Jersey. You know Fetty is doing his thing. shoutout to my guy Futuristic who’s also on my album.”
Valentine has a few others:
“Drake stay slaying, you know. Big Sean, Kendrick, J.Cole! J.Cole is super dope.”
Valentine is dope too! Have you checked out her website? The eclectic, pop and soul infused singer’s got calendars, hats and other merchandise that reps her. It’s admirable. Her journey is admirable and the future is hers!
Visit justinamusic.com for more.
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