Missing Link Music is happy to announce Faheem Mardre is the newest addition to our client roster.
Born and raised in Philadelphia, West Philadelphia to be exact, Faheem Mardre aka juzfahhas, has been in the game since the age of 11. Since then, Juzfah has taken on perfecting his craft and honing his abilities. Starting in elementary school. being a part of the Rainbow Company, he was introduced to acting, singing, and writing plays himself.
Later in high school he joined his freshmen choir, Voices of West, the chamber ensemble , and the the Philadelphia renowned All City Choir. As he pursued life as an artist on a professional level, singing any and everywhere he could, spending every available second in a studio writing and recording or on stage learning as much as possible about becoming an entertainer, Faheem is well on his way to realizing that dream.
Faheem was recently signed as a Motown Recording Artist as well as Missing Link Music administration publishing, utilizing his soulful and unique vocal abilities. He is also experienced on the keys and guitar, and counts on his songwriting credits and productions among his top abilities. Juzfah offers a mature, yet gentle blend of his personal sound with the art of storytelling and speaking from the heart on different topics like love and life. Whether it’s intimate open mic performances or massive stages in front of thousands in his hometown or abroad , Juzfah lives to entertain audiences eager for quality music.
Juzfah’s musical influences range from Jackson 5, Mint Condition, New Edition, Jodeci, Boyz II Men, Dru Hill and 112 Temptations Usher Marvin Gaye Brandi Dave Hollister From New York City to LA. He has worked with and alongside the likes of Kenneth baby face Edmonds, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Dre and Vidal, Neyo, Marsha Ambrosious, Andrew POP Wansel, Warren OAK Felder, Tank, Usher, Ryan Toby of City High, Tim Bowman jr, Boys ii Men, Ty dolla $ and wrote lyrics for “Do better then you did yesterday.”
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