Jamaal “Elhae” Jones was area of the 2010s influx of performers who sang and rapped on the subject of romantic affairs more than slack, trap-style beats. Blessed in North Dakota but located in Atlanta, Georgia, Jones emerged up in the cathedral, sang in his mother’s choir, and was ultimately attracted to rap. As Elhae (“Every lifestyle has an finishing”), he separately released monitors like “Silver Roley,” “Superstars,” and “A.N.O.” through the early 2010s and fulfilled a profession aspiration by putting your signature on to Atlantic, the major-label house to personal heroes Lupe Fiasco and T.We. In March 2016, Jones released All Possess Fallen, an record that briefly scraped the low rung of Billboard’s Best R&B/Hip-Hop Albums graph. It highlighted the Kehlani cooperation “Doesn’t Matter.” Elhae came back the following calendar year using the Aura II EP, which highlighted guest areas from Ty Dolla $ign, Rockie Clean, and Eric Bellinger.