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All About ‘C-Clown’ Member – Christian Yu – aka – Yu Ba-rom

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• Christian Yu is a rapper and singer, dancer, executive, and social media personality
• He is best known for being a member of the K-pop boy band C-Clown from 2012 to 2015
• As of early-2020, Christian Yu’s net worth is estimated to be over $5 million
• After dropping out of university, he moved to South Korea to pursue his dream of a music career
• Post C-Clown, he is now the chief editor and director for the label DPR, or Dream Perfect Regime

Who is Christian Yu?

Yu Ba-rom was born on 6 September 1990, in Sydney, New South Wales Australia, and is a rapper and singer, dancer, executive, and social media personality, but probably best known for being a member of the K-pop boy band C-Clown from 2012 to 2015. He performed under the stage name, but after his contract with Yedang Entertainment ended, he switched to Christian Yu.

The Wealth of Christian Yu

As of early-2020, Christian Yu’s net worth is estimated to be over $5 million, accumulated through a successful career in the music industry.

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He earned significant money during his time with C-Clown, and also has a significant paycheck from his work as an executive for the independent label DPR, or Dream Perfect Regime.

Early Life and Career Beginnings

Christian is of South Korean descent, and has learned a lot about his heritage, but spent most of his youth in Australia. He dreamed of finding a career in the performing arts during his teenage years, and after matriculating from high school, he enrolled at the University of Sydney, pursuing a course in science and art, not thinking that he would amount to anything with his dream in music. The university he attended is one of the world’s top universities, and the first to ever be established in the continent.

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However,, he grew less interested in his studies, while learning more about a prospective music career in South Korea, especially when he heard about companies holding auditions internationally for hopefuls. He attended an audition for Yedang Entertainment, which would later become Imagine Asia. The company is known for representing numerous artists in the past, though it later became a much larger conglomerate, encompassing several entertainment companies, including Dream T Entertainment and Blue Star Entertainment.

Path to C-Clown

Succeeding in his audition, Yu dropped out of the university to pursue his lifelong dream. He moved to South Korea, and trained there for several years.

One of his advantages was that he was already fluent with his English, which meant that he was set for an international career if given the chance. Before the debut of C-Clown, several of its members were already appearing in public, including T.K. who had done commercials and was even set to become a member of BtoB, but was pulled out.

One of Yu’s first public appearances was in “Let’s Go! Dream Team Season 2”, when he participated as a newcomer to the industry. In 2012, he was announced to be a part of the new boy band C-Clown, introduced as Rome, and joining T.K., Maru, Kang Jun, Ray, and Siwoo in the group.

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In 2012, they released their debut extended play (EP) called “Note Alone”, which contained the lead single “Solo”, then made their debut performance in the program “M Countdown”. In the same year, like many boy bands, they released a second EP – “Young Love”.

Success with C-Clown and Disbandment

In 2013, C-Clown released their third EP called “Shaking Heart” which contained the lead track of the same name, which marked their start in experimenting with music genres, and slowly they were gaining recognition in the country. After a break for the rest of the year, they released a comeback single called “Tell Me”, and followed it up with the song “Justice”, and also released the music video for “Let’s Love”.

C-Clown never fully took advantage of their potential, as tensions within the group and management continued to build for the next two years. In 2015, Rome changed his name to Christian Yu, and began deleting his pictures. He stated that management had turned him into a different person, something he’s not. This led to a lot of speculation that he was leaving the group, or that the group was disbanding, as evident from their lack of activity within the past year. Things remained obscure for the next few months, with Christian continuing to post cryptic online messages, until late in the year the disbandment of the group was announced, confirmed by him.

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Only one member of the group was retained by management, while the others went their separate ways.

Life After C-Clown

Following his work with C-Clown, Yu didn’t venture on a solo career, though he remained connected in the music industry. He became close friends with Hong Da-bin, better known for his stage name DPR Live, becoming a part of DPR Live’s independent label DPR, and working his way up the company ladder. He now serves as the chief editor and director for the label, helping rappers as well as other artists they’ve signed.

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He’s participated in several music video shoots with the rest of DPR, including units such as DPR Cream, but mostly remains in the background, helping with the videography and directing music videos. He also continues to post online though not as regularly. He’s explored his love for video making, creating short films, artistic videos, and vlogs for his followers. He also loves posting comedic content, and shows some behind the scenes photography while he is shooting on location with DPR. He’s traveled to various parts of the world, and occasionally returned to his home country of Australia.

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Personal Life

It is known that Yu is single – he’s not one to be public about any romantic endeavors. He has never talked about this aspect of his life, though he is in a position to be more liberal about it as opposed to many contract-bound K-pop artists. He owns a pet dog which he celebrates events with as seen on social media. Due to his accusations of Yedang changing his personality a few years back, it’s hard to believe any of the things he said during interviews while under contract, as it might just be a reflection of his persona and not his actual interests.

Started with TheLegit.org in April 2023. Previously, Executive Editor at Echoes Media. Holds a Journalism degree from New York University.

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The Rapper Turned Actor, Omar Epps: Wife, Net Worth, Height

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Who is Omar Epps?

American actor and rapper Omar Hashim Epps was born in New York City USA, on 20 July 1973, making Cancer his zodiac sign. He’s had roles in 45 TV series and movies, and is perhaps known best for starring as Dr. Eric Foreman in all 176 episodes of the hit mystery series “House”, which David Shore directed, and which also starred Robert Sean Leonard and Hugh Laurie. It follows the work of a doctor specialized in diagnostic medicine, the series aired from 2004 through 2012 and won 57 of its 197 award nominations.

Education and early life

Omar and his sister Aisha Epps were raised in New York City solely by their mother Bonnie Maria Epps, as their parents divorced before Omar turned five; Bonnie was an elementary school principal.

He studied at the same elementary school at which his mother worked, and was 10 when he began writing songs and short stories. It was at the age of 12 that Omar became interested in acting, after having appeared in his first school play; he went on to attend Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in 1991.

Although he launched his acting career before becoming a rapper, Omar initially wanted to pursue a career in rap music; he was a member of the rap group Wolfpack, which he and his cousin formed in 1991, but a year later turned to acting.

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Roles in movies

Omar’s debut film role was playing Charlie in the 1988 short drama “The Green Flash”, while some of his following roles were in the 1992 crime action “Juice”, and in 1993 the romantic action films “Daybreak” and “The Program”.

The year 1994 saw Omar portray Willie Mays Hayes in the sports comedy “Major League II”, written and directed by David S. Ward, and which starred Charlie Sheen, Tom Berenger and Corbin Bernsen. It follows The Indians as they’re competing in World Series, and the movie won one of its two award nominations. Omar was then cast to appear in several popular movies, such as the 1995 crime drama “Higher Thriller”, the 1997 horror mystery “Scream 2”, and the 1999 action crime thriller “The Mod Squad”.

In 2002, he played FBI Agent Alan Seitz in the crime thriller comedy “Big Trouble”, directed by Barry Sonenfeld, and which starred Tim Allen, Rene Russo and Stanley Tucci; it follows the lives of several people from Miami, Florida whose paths intersect in a day. Omar had only a couple of other movie roles in the decade, as he spent it focused on shooting for the series “House”; some of these roles were in the 2004 romantic comedy “Alfie” and the biographical romantic drama “Against the Ropes”, and the 2009 crime action “A Day in the Life”.

In 2016, Omar starred as Malachi in the romantic comedy “Almost Christmas”, written and directed by David E. Talbert, and which also starred Kimberly Elise and Danny Glover; it follows a dysfunctional family who’ve gathered for Christmas for the first time since their matriarch died – the film was nominated for three awards.

Omar’s since appeared in three movies: the 2019 science fiction “3022”, the 2020 thriller “Fatal Affair”, and the 2022 thriller “The Devil You Know”; he’s currently shooting for the upcoming film “The Deliverance”.

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Roles in TV series

Omar’s debut TV series role was in the 1991 episode “In the Shadow of Love: A Teen AIDS Story” of the comedy “ABC Afterschool Specials”, and the following years saw him appear in an episode or two of the comedy “Here and Now”, the action adventure “Street Justice”, and the drama “Screen Two”.

In 1996 and ‘97, he played Dr. Dennis Gant in 10 episodes of the romantic drama “ER”, which starred Julianna Margulies, Anthony Edwards and George Clooney, and was created by Michael Crichton. The series tells the story of a group of nurses and doctors working at a hospital in Chicago, Illinois, it aired from 1994 through 2009, and won 156 of its 526 award nominations.

Omar’s following role came after “House”, when cast to star as J. Martin Bellamy in all the 21 episodes of the popular fantasy “Resurrection”, which Aaron Zelman created, and which also starred Matt Craven and Frances Fisher. It follows the people of Arcadia, Missouri whose deceased have returned to them, the series aired from 2013 through 2015, and was nominated for two awards.

Omar’s since had roles in three TV series: he portrayed Isaac Johnson in 31 episodes of the action “Shooter” from 2016 through 2018, Darnell Hodges in three episodes of the romantic comedy “This Is Us” in 2019 and 2020, and Howard in 20 episodes of the crime drama “Power Book III: Raising Kanan” in 2021 and 2022; he’s currently shooting for the upcoming mini-series “The Perfect Couple”.

Other credits

Omar composed the theme music for the hit comedy series “The Wayans Bros.” (1997-1999).

He produced the 2012 musical movie “You Me & The Circus”, the 2015 biographical news documentary film “Daddy Don’t Go”, and the 2022 thriller movie “The Devil You Know”.

Omar received special thanks for the 2013 fantasy horror comedy film “A Haunted House” and the 2022 adventure family comedy movie “The Curse of Bridge Hollow”.

Some of his recent talk-show appearances have been in “GMA3: What You Need to Know”, “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” and “The Daily Show”.

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Awards and nominations

Omar’s won five of his 19 award nominations. His wins were a 1997 Monte-Carlo TV Festival Silver Nymph Award for Best Actor for “Deadly Voyage”, three Image Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in 2007, 2008 and 2013, for his performance in “House”, and a 2016 American Black Film Festival Award for Best Documentary, for “Daddy Don’t Go” (shared with colleagues).

Love life and marriage

Omar prefers to keep the details of his love life to himself, but it’s still known that he’s today a married man and the father of three.

He and American singer Keisha Spivey married in a private ceremony in 2006; she’s today probably known best for being a member of the R&B girl group Total. Omar and Keisha have two children together, daughter K’mari Mae who born in July 2004, and son Amir who followed a few years later; Omar also has a daughter Aiyanna with a former girlfriend whose name hasn’t been disclosed.

He’s yet to mention the women whom he’d dated prior to meeting Keisha, to whom Omar’s married as of April 2023, and they have two children together, while he also has a daughter from a past relationship.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Omar once worked as a back-up dancer for famous American actress and rapper Queen Latifah.

He’s been friends with famous actor and screenwriter Marlon Wayans since childhood.

Omar was featured in Blackstreet’s 1994 music video “Before I Let You Go”.

He’s passionate about languages, and is fluent in both French and Spanish.

Omar’s not related to American actor and stand-up comedian Michael Elliot Epps.

He published his autobiography “From Fatherless to Fatherhood” in June 2018.

Omar’s a philanthropist, and is today serving on the cultural council of the non-profit organization RepresentUs’.

Nearly 900,000 people are following Omar on Instagram today, and he’s posted more than 2,000 pictures onto the network.

His favorite actor is Will Smith, while some of Omar’s favorite movies include “Aladdin”, “King Richard” and “I Am Legend”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Omar’s age is 49. He has brown eyes and short black hair, is 5ft 10ins (1.79m) tall and weighs about 180lbs (83kgs).

Omar’s net worth’s been estimated at over $8 million, as of April 2023.

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From Stripper to Star: The Untold Truth About Joseline Hernandez

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Who is Joseline Hernandez?

Puerto Rican rapper, actress and TV personality Joseline Hernandez was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico, on 3 November 1986, making Scorpio her zodiac sign. She began attracting attention when cast to star in the VH1 reality show “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta”, which has been airing since 2012, and today stars Mimi Faust, Rasheeda and Karlie Redd. It follows the lives of some of the wealthiest women from Atlanta, Georgia ,and the show’s won one of its five award nominations.

Education and early life

For the first three years of her life, Joseline was raised in Ponce’s public housing system by her father whose name remains undisclosed, and mother Carmen; her father then died from a heroin overdose, and she was six when she and her five siblings moved to Florida USA with their mother and stepfather Luis.

The family struggled financially, especially because Joseline’s youngest brother’s autistic. She studied at a local high school, and was 16 when she began working as a stripper, to help her family, using the name ‘Shenellica Bettencourt’; Joseline was arrested twice during this time, aged 17 and 21, for lascivious behavior.

Joseline matriculated in 2004.

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Joseline’s career

Joseline continued to work as a stripper after completing her high school education, and was in 2007 cast to star in a reality show about the life of strippers, but the pilot episode wasn’t picked up by any network.

Her life turned around in 2012, when she began starring in “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: Check Yourself”, and became a star on the internet. The following year saw Joseline appear in the TV specials “2013 AVN Awards Show” and “2013 BET Hip Hop Awards”, while the year 2014 saw her make a guest appearance in an episode of the talk-show “This Is Hot 97”.

In 2013 and 2014, Joseline starred in 13 episodes of the reality show “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: Check Yourself”, and could then have been seen appearing in an episode of the reality shows “GGN: Snoop Dogg’s Double G News Network” and “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: After Party Live!”

Joseline was then invited to appear in the TV specials “BET Awards 2015” and “VH1 BIG in 2015 with Entertainment Weekly”, and in 2017 starred in 10 episodes of the musical news talk-show “The Real”; it aired from 2013 through 2022, starred Adrienne Houghton, Jeannie Mai Jenkins and Loni Love, and won 11 of its 40 award nominations.

She signed a contract with streaming service Zeus Network on 11 October 2019, and has since 19 January 2020 been starring in her own reality show “Joseline’s Cabaret”; some of Joseline’s most recent talk-show appearances have been in “Cornbread TV”, “Bobby I Love You, Purrr”, and “College Hill: Celebration Edition”.

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Acting credits

Joseline has two acting credits. She played Michelle in four episodes (2016-2017) of the musical series “Star”, which starred Brittany O’Grady, Ryan Destiny and Jude Demorest, and was created by Tom Donaghy and Lee Daniels. It tells the story of a musical group founded by three women, and the series was nominated for seven awards.

In 2022, Joseline appeared in the episode “White Knights” of the crime series “P-Valley”, created by Katori Hall, and which today stars Nicco Annan, Shannon Thornton and J. Alphonse Nicholson. It follows the lives of a group of strippers, the series has been airing since 2020, and has won 10 of its 47 award nominations.

YouTube channel

Joseline uploads her music videos onto her self-titled YouTube channel, which she launched on 12 February 2020, and which today numbers over 21 million views of her seven videos combined. The channel’s subscribed to by over 80,000 people, and we’re going to cover Joseline’s three most viewed videos, which’ve contributed to her internet popularity.

Her #1 video “Joseline Hernandez- “Vegas” (I Wanna Ride)” has been watched more than 10 million times since 17 January 2022, and is her original song.

Joseline’s second most popular video “Joseline Hernandez- Live Your Best Life “DO IT LIKE ITS YOUR BDAY” has been watched more than 2.5 million times since 30 August 2021, and is also her original song.

Her #3 video “Joseline Hernandez- Sex Drive” was uploaded on 19 February 2020, and has since been viewed close to 800,000 times.

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Love life and relationships

Joseline doesn’t shy away from sharing the details of her love life with her fans, and it’s widely known that she’s bisexual.

She was in a long on-and-off relationship with Stevie J, a popular American DJ and music producer; the two claimed in 2013 that they’d exchanged vows, however, while making a guest appearance in a reality show in 2016, Stevie J revealed that they faked their marriage just for publicity. The two then broke up in the fifth season of the reality show “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta”, but reconciled and broke up several times in the following three years; Joseline gave birth to their daughter on 28 December 2016, while she was Stevie’s sixth child.

Since the second half of 2019, Joseline’s been engaged to American music producer Robin Jimmy Ingouma – aka Ballistic Beats; she hasn’t married as of April 2023, and has a daughter with former boyfriend Stevie J.

Interesting facts and hobbies

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Joseline enjoys being active on various social media networks, and is an Instagram star as she’s followed by close to five million people on this network, while she’s uploaded only three pictures. She’s also active on TikTok and is followed by more than 120,000 people, while she’s amassed more than 600,000 likes of all her videos combined, most of which feature her showing off her large breasts and buttocks.

Joseline works out at the gym nearly every day, as it’s necessary for her career to remain in shape; she’s also following a diet, and rarely eats fast food and sweets.

She’s passionate about fashion, and is a bit of shopaholic as she buys new clothes nearly every day.

Joseline’s a fan of Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie, and some of her favorite movies include “Wanted”, “Salt” and “The Tourist”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Joseline’s age is 36. Her eyes and hair are brown, she’s 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall and weighs around 145lbs (65kgs).

Joseline’s net worth’s been estimated at over $300,000, as of May 2023.

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Jumex Rapper Wiki: Age, Girlfriend, Net Worth, Biography 2021

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Mark Kiessling – better known as Jumex – is an American rapper, born on 14 February 2000 in Chicago, Illinois USA. He’s known for his punk and rock oriented rap songs.

Early Life

There’s no information about Jumex’s family and childhood, and details about his early education are also undisclosed, except that it’s known he attended the Lyon Township High School. However, his abuse of drugs, his depression and several other personal problems which led him to abandon his studies have been revealed.

Growing up in Brookfield, Kiessling was heavily influenced by the local rap scene. He also developed an interest in rock and metal music, becoming a fan of artists such as David Bowie, Black Flag and the Summer Set.

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Although music was always his main interest, Kiessling also became a fan of the Japanese anime culture. His favorite work of this genre is “Tokyo Ghoul”, based on the famous manga (visual novel) by Ishida Sui – the story is set in a world where human flesh eaters – described as ghouls – live amongst normal humans, hiding their true nature.

It’s no wonder why the teen Mark was so enthralled by the series, since the work is characterized by its dark but interesting horror theme, as Guillermo Kurten of CBR summarized it: ‘is a visual feast in its own style.’ (…) ‘The art especially comes into its own when depicting scenes of horror. This is emphasized also both in expressiveness of the characters and the action. Another aspect, while admittedly minimal, is the style in which the cover art of each volume is drawn with Ishida’s style and use of color.’

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Although Kiessling might have been influenced by “Tokyo Ghoul” when it comes to the visual aspects of his work, anime in general has inspired his music as well, confirmed by him in an interview with AltPress in 2019: ‘Definitely inspired by the image and the music because anime theme songs have crazy breaks to it, I really like how they just all of a sudden build up so fast. That’s what I try to put in my music.’

Career

Early Steps

Kiessling started his music career in high school, when he became a member of the band named No Signal. Although it’s known the band had a punk style, there’s no information about any music releases or other members.

After leaving high school and band, Kiessling moved to Los Angeles in search of new opportunities.

In February 2018 and under the name of Lil Jumex, he released his first extended play (EP) entitled “Luvburnz”, which contained four tracks, and was followed by “Screwed” in March that year.

Although these albums weren’t commercially successful, it took the interest of Taco Bennett of Odd Future, who it took upon himself to help Kiessling co-write and produce his single “Trapped”, released under the name of Jumex, and is based on his own experiences: ‘(it) goes along with being stuck in Chicago mentally when I was 17, stuck in school trying to make music. I felt trapped in a system, basically.’ Bennet also produced the music video for the song, which gained the attention of the media and fans due to its outstanding aesthetic and production. To date the video has more than eight million views on YouTube.

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Shawn Jackson from Drillking, praised Jumex for the song: ‘Is something else, a special breed; a mix between some lil Peep and Scarlxrd for those in the rap scene; as his screamo chants could be compared to those of the ultimate king of the emo genre, the one and only Oly Sikes, Bring Me The Horizon’s singer.’

However, on sites such as AlbumOfTheYear.org and RateYourMusic.com the song didn’t attract positive reviews, being strongly criticized by users of both webs.

2019: Loner, Lover & Tour

Jumex EP “Loner” was released in June 2019, including the title track and songs such as “Trapped”, “Alive in My Coffin” and “Billie Eilish”. The latter was not only dedicated to the singer of the same name, but was also promoted as an individual single, and was praised for its aesthetically pleasing video.

This album was special for Jumex, as he found inspiration from his own past experiences to create the songs: ‘“Loner” was about my past life in Chicago before I came to L.A., so that’s like escaping the mentality (of) being trapped in Chicago with the drugs, and it’s never good to be around drugs’.

Although the title track accumulated a considerable number of views on YouTube, the EP didn’t gain the praise of experts or of the online music communities. It obtained a score of 15 out of 100 on AlbumOfTheYear.com, and negative critiques towards the album were abundant on other sites as well.

Despite the negative comments Jumex embarked on his first overseas tour in June 2019, during which he visited various cities in Japan as an opener for the hardcore band Crossfaith.

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The tour was especially thrilling for Jumex, as it was one of his dreams to visit the Asian country: ‘This is exactly what I expected. Everything’s so cool and unique. But it’s also crazy how calm everybody is and how chill everything is.’

Finding himself welcomed by the Japanese public, Jumex was re-inspired to continue pursuing his music career: ‘Seeing the audience connect and sing my lyrics is really cool. It’s such a life high. It’s just gonna get better from here.’

Jumex released his next EP entitled “Lover” in November 2019, which contained a collaboration with the renowned drummer Travis Barker for the song “Spraypaint”. However, The EP wasn’t musically praised by experts, though it received fewer negative comments than its predecessor album.

In September 2019, Jumex was the opening act for Yungblud’s concert in Los Angeles, which was followed by a show in November at “Day N’ Vegas Festival”.

Recent Projects

After the release of the video for “Spraypaint” in October 2019, Jumex continued promoting his music until the end of year.

In February 2020 Jumex released “XOXO” in collaboration with his fellow rapper Lil Xan. The event was celebrated with a live concert in Chicago.

Under the name of Goodnightm4rk, in March 2020 Jumex released the EP entitled “Nightmares”.

Personal Life

Details about Jumex personal life, including romantic relationships, hobbies and friends are unknown.

Net Worth

Jumex has an estimated net worth of well over $100,000, which is a result of his work as a rapper.

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Physical Appearance

Jumex is easily recognized for his outrageous green hair color, punk oriented fashion sense, and face tattoo with the phrase ‘XOXO”. Details about his height and weight are unknown.

Interesting Facts

Jumex apparently chose his stage name inspired by a Mexican juice corporation.

Jumex told Billboard he feels he’s giving his generation a mean to express what they feel through his songs: ‘I feel like I am a voice for them because I don’t really talk about any flex things like wh*res or money. I talk about emotional problems and what people go through, you know like high school relationships.’

In 2019 he told AltPress he had ‘400 unreleased songs’.

Malicious commentators on the internet have described him as an ‘industry plant’.

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