On January 16th Toronto’s J-Soul returned to headline a show in his hometown at the Mod Club Theatre. J-Soul hadn’t headlined a show in about three years leaving fans hungry and anticipating his next performance.
After blowing up with the track “Slow Wine” in 2016, he signed with Cash Money Records, co founded by Birdman. After signing, J-Soul went on to make more hot tracks such as Mod Ting, Toronto Plaza Hotel, and most recently released his album “The Heartbreak Kid”. Within the album, stand-out tracks included “Addicted”, “When I was Dead”, and probably the biggest song on the project “Birthday”. With an impressive repertoire, I wouldn’t be surprised if J-Soul takes 2020 for himself, and people start to recognize the talent in the Canadian singer.