After being off the radar for a few years, warm-voiced R&B crooner Jaheim (of "Put That Woman First" "Fabulous" fame) has resurfaced on social media, but his gaunt appearance is startling some fans. Recent photos show Jah looking skinnier than we once remembered him, but upon inspection of his IG page, the singer is living a more holistic, vegan lifestyle. [Read More]
Johnny Gill teams with Jaheim for "5000 Miles," a sultry mid-tempo gem that has both men spreading heartfelt lyrics and melodies about an incredible love.
True R&B fans can appreciate what Jaheim brings to the table musically (his seventh album, Struggle Love dropped earlier this year and he's been on the road promoting it as of lately). But last night, the internet didn't appreciate his new "struggle" hair. The singer posted a photo of his new hairstyle, which looks like he either got a relaxer [Read More]
Jaheim used to straddle the street life and love themes in his music, a “lovable thug” of sorts. But in this visual, Jah makes clear he’s a new man. The video stars actress/singer Demetria McKinney...
Following his singles “Back In My Arms” and “Struggle Love,” Jaheim releases the album cover and a third single from his forthcoming 7th album Struggle Love titled “Be That Dude.”
Following his hit 2015 single âBack In My Arms,â Jaheim is back with the title track as the second single from his upcoming album Struggle Love. The song features that feel-good, soulful groove weâve come to love from Jah.
The lyric video features photo submissions from fans of what the phrase âback in your armsâ means to them. This will make you feel all fuzzy inside!
The saxophone-flanked ballad has the New Jersey-bred artist hoping to one day reconnect with a past love, holding on to small mementos and memories...
Music veteran Jaheim will be blasting through a speaker near you soon. The time Grammy nominated R&B artist has signed a new record deal with BMG Primary Wave Label Services, and is back in the studio working on his seventh studio album
In a series of tweets, Jaheim shared the pitfalls of his record deal and business practices that resulted in decreases in his bank account.