Creating awareness and imparting knowledge.


Zel Da Juiceman, born Jazel Williams on November 13. 2001 in Columbia, South Carolina is an up and coming emcee often noted for his sagacious lyricism and gripping stage presence. Known for a having a more rugged style, Zel's conscientious delivery frequently reminds people of Common. Zel's message often focuses on creating awareness and imparting knowledge, causing many of his peers to look up to him for inspiration and leadership.

Zel's musical influence are artists such as 50 Cent and Kendrick Lamar. His dream is to work alongside both artists at some point during his burgeoning career. Borrowing the "Hip Hop is Dead" concept from Nas, Zel released two video mini clips entitled "Money, Fame, Power, Respect" and "Gone".

Producers and talent showcases have noticed Zel's irrefutable talent across the five boroughs of New York City. Zel has been featured in NYC's Top Talent Showcase and on one of the most historically distinguished stages in the world, The Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York. Zel is on his way to the top with a promising career and is destined to put Springfield Gardens, Queens on the map.

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