J Hus

J Hus

 

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Momodou Jallow (born 26 May 1995),[2] better known by his stage name J Hus, is a UK rapper and singer signed to Black Butter Records.[3] He is best known for his 2017 single "Did You See", which charted at number 9 on the UK Singles Chart, but also featured on Stormzy and Ghetts' "Bad Boys" from his album Gang Signs & Prayer which peaked at number 22 and on Dave's "Samantha", which peaked at number 63. J Hus is also well known for his hit single, "Dem Boy Paigon". On 12 May 2017, J Hus released his debut album, Common Sense, and went straight to number 3 on the iTunes chart, peaking at number 6 on the UK Albums Chart.[4] The 'Hus' part of his name comes from his reputation as a hustler at school, where he would sell marked-up doughnuts in the playground.[5]

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Bouff Daddy
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Bouff Daddy is a song by musical artist J HUS, released on December 15, 2017.
Common Sense
 
Common Sense is the debut studio album by British recording artist J Hus.
Common Sense
Song
Common Sense is a song by musical artist J HUS, released on May 5, 2017.
Did You See
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Did You See is a song by musical artist J HUS, released on March 3, 2017.

Photos - J Hus19

Popular Albums4

Album Appearances & References11

Popular Songs7

Song Appearances & References4

TV Shows1

Minor Film Appearances & References1

Collaborators8

Music-Related Relationships2

Videos14

Spotify - Albums & Singles14

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Who is J Hus and what’s his real name? Did You See singer and Brits 2018 nominee
  –  February 21, 2018
Momodou Jallow, 22, was born May 26, 1995 and is better known by his stage name J Hus. He is an English singer and rapper. J Hus is best known for his 2017 single Did You See, which charted at number 9 in the UK Charts. He also featured on Stormzy and ...
Stratford rapper J Hus wins album of the year at NME Awards
  –  February 15, 2018
The 22-year-old, who is nominated in the same category at next week’s Brit Awards - beat off competition from the likes of Lorde to claim the accolade at the event last night, which saw a number of female artists among the big winners. The London MC ...
J Hus takes album of the year at NME Awards as female stars among big winners
  –  February 14, 2018
Rapper J Hus has collected the album of the year prize at the NME Awards for his debut release, Common Sense. The 22-year-old – who is nominated in the same category at next week’s Brit Awards – beat off competition from the likes of Lorde to claim ...
NME Awards 2018 winners revealed as J-Hus scoops best album for Common Sense
  –  February 14, 2018
UK hip hop sensation J-Hus has triumphed at the NME Awards 2018 by scooping Best Album in this year’s honours. The rapper, whose album Common Sense was also nominated for a Mercury Prize in 2017, scooped up the coveted award as various others from the ...
J Hus, Stefflon Don and more win big at NME Awards
  –  February 15, 2018
J-Hus won the Best Album prize in this year’s honour, for his album Common Sense, which was also nominated for a Mercury Prize in 2017. Grime pioneer Wiley picked up a gong for Best Book, for his Eskiboy memoirs, while Loyle Carner was honoured as Best ...
Liam Gallagher crowned Godlike Genius as grime dominates NME Awards with J Hus and Boy Better Know winning big
  –  February 15, 2018
Women and grime artists dominated the 2018 NME Awards with Lorde, J Hus, HAIM and Boy Better Know among the night’s big winners. Some of the biggest names in British music descended on Brixton Academy for the annual event which saw Lorde crowned Best ...
J Hus wins Best Album supported by Orange Amplification at the VO5 NME Awards 2018
  –  February 14, 2018
J Hus has won Best Album supported by Orange Amplification at ... Earlier in the night, Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson received the NME Icon Award, while grime crew Boy Better Know took home the NME Innovation Award.
J Hus plans to break America and educate them on grime
  –  January 21, 2018
The 'Common Sense' hitmaker is planning a trip stateside to try and break the country, and he has hinted he has some top secret collaborations in the works with some artists across the Atlantic. Asked if he's going to show the American stars "a thing or ...

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