Jahmiel Featured in HBO Hit Series ‘Ballers’

New York, New York (August 28, 2018). With a jam-pact touring schedule since the start of 2018 and focusing on expanding his international fan base, Jahmiel continues to make major strides in building the foundation for a solid career as an artist. Over the past weekend, Sunday August 26th, Jahmiel’s single ‘Heaven’, produced by Chimney Records was featured in the HBO hit series Ballers.

Premiered in 2015 on HBO, Ballers depicts a superstar during his football playing days, Spencer Strasmore, played by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, trying to find the same success as a financial manager for current players in sun-splashed Miami. Heeding his boss Joe’s instruction to “monetize his friendships”, Spencer builds a client base of young phenoms and veteran stars alike, but his role in their lives far exceeds money management as he struggles to help them navigate the many traps that comes with life as a big-time “Ballers”.

The single ‘Heaven’, was originally released in 2017, is the background song to a scene where agent Jason Antolotti and footballer Vernon Littlefield are having a conversation about the ladies over a few beers. As the agent gets familiar with his player, you can hear the voice of Jahmiel in the background, setting the ambiance for a rather happy, chill vibe by the water, as two men navigate their way out of a possible ‘trap’. The song, which talks about the happy life a man want to live every day, and pushing forward every morning to keep his life style up, like heaven, because he never wants to go back to the broke days, definitely sets the scene for the conversation taking place.

Since his 2015 breakthrough hit single ‘Gain the World’, propelled him on the international scene, Jahmiel has continued steady growth while defying the norm, touring and finishing up his debut album. Catch Jahmiel live in Montreal this Friday August 31 at the Olympia for Fresh Fest featuring Mavado, Alkaline, Ziee, Kaisha Lee and more.

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