Detroit-based singer and songwriter K’Jon was initially exposed in the airwaves of his town in 2001 with “My Shorty,” an individual spun prominently with a couple regional R&B stations. The humble hometown success resulted in a spot in the soundtrack for the 2003 film 2 Fast 2 Furious, using the laid-back and Latin-flavored “Miami.” K’Jon collaborated with many performers on Ludacris’ Troubling tha Tranquility label, including Shareefa, for whom he co-wrote three monitors that appeared in the 2006 record Point of Zero Return. At exactly the same time, he was carrying on to construct his reputation being a single musician. “Yes Sir” repeated his Detroit radio achievement and preceded his debut record, the separately released THAT IS Me, released around once as Shareefa’s established. The Ballroom Xplosion, another indie disc, implemented in 2007, and it highlighted the one “In the Sea,” his ideal success to time, which resulted in a major-label cope with General Republic. Released nationally in ’09 2009, “In the Sea” peaked at amount 12 on Billboard’s Scorching R&B/Hip Hop Music chart and made an appearance on I BYPASS. A 2011 General Republic one, “HELLO,” didn’t break the same chart’s Best 70, and a well planned record, Oxygen, was postponed multiple times rather than reached cabinets. K’Jon subsequently agreed upon to Shanachie, where he released SHIFTING in Apr 2012.