Jesse Abraham began to attract considerable attention on the open-mic circuit and in the online world of hip-hop in 2009, winning numerous freestyle competitions and establishing his rep alongside underground acts such as Homeboy Sandman and Ill Spokinn at Sin Sin Freestyle Mondays, where the contenders and pretenders would battle it out. Mixtapes he released such as “XS”(Jan ’10) and “Alphabutter” (Feb ’10) and Bars & NoBull (Oct. ’10) only increased the buzz, until he was ready to record his debut EP. Splitting his studio time between NYC and Orlando, Jesse Abraham recently completed the project, which will be released on January 11, 2011. Jesse has performed at dozens of venues such as Knitting Factory, The Bowery Poetry Club and Joe’s Pub, has made various radio appearances and most recently performed at the 2010 South By Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas. He continues to reinvent the responsibilities a hip-hop artist holds, and his potential is only surpassed by his passion for the genuine essence of his genre.

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