#jhus aka Momodou Jallow, born in Stratford, Newham, London. His heritage is Ghanian and Ghambian and he is Muslim. Raised by his mother mainly. who travelled to the UK alone aged 25. He recalls his parents listening to african music and also artists like Beanie Man throughout his childhood and this are the earliest musical influence for the afrobeats and hip hop artist. Gang culture in east london is common and the dangers are real and easy to get involved in, and J Hus actually got his name from 'hustling' anything including boxes of donuts and selling them individually at school. he also found himself getting into trouble until he was finally excluded in year 10 . Aged 17 he was arrested following a 'gang attack' on four people outside Westfield shopping centre in Stratford. where one person was stabbed, he had recieved a (court) referal order the same year for being caught with a knife in public. from 2011 to 2016 he had 6 convictions over 10 offences including violent disorder and recieved a asbo (anti social behaviour order) all information is cross referenced and checked against factual evidence,statements ,quotes, or other reliable sources if you see any mistakes in any of the videos please contact us via the website and we will look into resolving it asap . In this mini documentary covering his musical history, childhoods effect on him and the ups and downs in j's life from his time in young offenders to his chart topping hits with dave and stormzy and him getting stabbed and then going to prison for possesion of a bladed article in public place. what are your opinions on todays episode Please like comment share subscribe scarcitystudios.co.uk FOR bookings / photoshoots/musicvideos twitter.com/scarcitystudios instagram.com/scarcitystudios soundcloud.com/scarcitystudios Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.