Here’s the latest video from J. Valentine. I’ve been a fan of this guy for some time now after he initially got me laid with one of his tracks --(the girl had no chance)--... so I’m glad that he’s finally back to relasing some new music. “She Worth The Trouble” is still get the ladies. His upcoming EP is almost ready, and will include collaborations with Tank, LeToya Luckett, Goapele and Chris Brown.
Described by many music executives as a hybrid of R.Kelly and Babyface, J.Valentine's music is an authentic and appealing expression of R&Bay the lifestyle and spirit of his native San Francisco. Prior to his solo work, Valentine was known by his songwriting. He has reached the charts with dozens of songs, including Tyrese's "I Like Them Girls," the title track to N'Sync's 9x platinum "Celebrity" album, Mario's "How Could You," and Omarion's "I'm Tryna." He also displayed his vocal talent on two posthumous 2Pac albums, "Still I Rise" and "Until The End Of Time."
As a songwriter and a vocalist, Valentine has accumulated over 17 million records sold. Valentine's first solo venture "Go Dumb" was originally a record for the "Hide Ya Breezy" mixtape, a tribute to the Bay Area sound. "Go Dumb" also featured Bailey, Valentine's first signing to CityBoyZ Muzik. The record found its way into the hands of Big Von at KMEL radio, and immediately exploded after hitting the airwaves in San Francisco. It made its way up and down the west coast and Valentine found he was taking meetings with labels from coast to coast. However, he felt that J Records was the place for him. "It was funny after all the pitches that label heads were giving me, the one I remembered the most was Clive simply saying, shouldn't J-Valentine be on J-Records?'" Valentine comments. A thriving study in combinations, Valentine weaves the role of CEO, faithful Bay Area advocate, entrepreneur and artist into a soulful and engaging display of street authenticity. He hopes to expand CityBoyZ Muzik and help make the Bay Area the next hot spot for rap and R&B. He wants it to do for the Bay Area what LaFace did for Atlanta.