JT Soul returns with "Everything Times Two," a fresh collaboration with V -- their first since they've become labelmates. On the single, the two rappers' chemistry blazes through their intertwining verses, the beat behind them bubbling with a kind of dark mystery constructed by Jei Bandit and Taylor King. As one of the rap game's youngest voices, JT Soul dominates through his unique style that instills a strong sense of modernity. "Everything Times Two" is the latest single from the rising Montreal-based artist.

Gianni Rivera better, known as his stage name JT Soul, is a Montreal ­based rap/RnB artist. When it comes to JT's vibe, it's definitely one of a kind. His understanding of today's modern sound as well as how the industry works at his young age of 17 is one of his strongest points. The synergy between him and his beat producer, Jei Bandit, makes them a force to be reckoned with, working together continuously. His versatility and ability to go from auto­tuned R&B to heavy rap with ease is what makes JT a great artist.
Gianni Rivera was born May 12th, 1999, and grew up in the St. Leonard borough of Montreal. His artist name comes from the street, “Jean­Talon”, which he grew up on. JT was first introduced to music in high school, where he met Tris Thomas, a fellow rapper. They started the rap group “Unofficial Sovereign” at a young age and took off from there. Now, fresh out of high school, JT Soul has sign to ODDIO Entertainment, alongside his personal beatmaker, Jei Bandit, and is prepping to release his debut EP.

V, formerly known as Mac Vybz, is essentially a HipHop/R&B artist but is exceedingly versatile when it comes to making music. Always including his own unique and memorable sound into his work, V has become one of Montreal’s top tier artists and growing quickly to become one of Canada’s dopest. In his past years as Mac Vybz, he’s gained a lot of W’s under his belt, with multiple mixtapes, singles, contests won and acknowledgement from major artists like Krayzie Bone & Young Chop. Most recently, before going on a quick hiatus, he released his debut album, #Graduation on iTunes, which generated a lot of attention, from the U.S. to New Zealand. Now, after improving his sound and studying the art for a while, he’s making his 2016 comeback as V under Oddio, ready to kill it.



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