Elijah Jaron Releasing New Album 'Don't Forget'

Mar 25 2020

Sacramento based hip hop recording artist Elijah Jaron, known for his timeless sound and dynamic lyrics, releases his new album 'Don't Forget' on 20th March. The album includes recent single 'Ante Up', featured in the music video below.

Raised in a very rough neighborhood in the south bay area (East Palo Alto, California) accompanied by 12 family members they lived in a small 3 bedroom house. Food was low and income was even lower. Named the “Murder Capital” in 1992, East Palo Alto lived up to it’s identity night and day. With trouble all around him, Elijah still found a safe haven, a place where he found joy, peace, and the good news of everlasting life. Elijah Jaron not only gives credit to his mother for setting a Christian example, but also his "God Parents". They were Pastors of "Sureway Ministries". It was here Elijah gave his life to Christ, received the Holy Spirit, and made a commitment to be the change he wished to see.

Elijah Jaron's music tells true stories of struggles, pain, endurance, happiness and forgiveness. His transparency is what makes him different from most artist. Raised listening to artist such as Tupac, Jay-z, Mos Def, Lauryn Hill, Jill Scott, Blue Magic, The Delfonics, and The Temptations to name a few. It is safe to say that Elijah Jaron has an old soul, classic heart, and a relative sound. Elijah Jaron is now recording with Txmlss Music recording label in Sacramento, California alongside with group DDHD.

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