Jaheim has sold over 2.7 million of his last two albums ‘Ghetto Love’ and ‘Still Ghetto’, but his low profile has meant some mainstream TV bookers have turned him away. Yet, Wayman Jones, a senior marketing vice president for Jaheim’s label, Warner Bros tells the New York Daily News that the slow and steady method has advantages. “It gave us a chance to develop him,” he explained. “Jaheim is a kid from the projects. When we first saw him perform, we thought, ‘What’s going on here?’ Without the spotlight, we got to help him with the show and his interview skills. He also had time to develop a core audience.” The full article at nydailynews.com has since been removed or relocated.
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