Artist Spotlight: Juro - 'Loosing Patience'

Bronx born rapper, Juro is an American growing hip hop sensation. After dropping  his song "Moonrise", he became an Instagram sensation. Now with over 100,000 followers on the gram, @misterjuro shows no signs of slowing down. 

He's been in the game for a minute. Back in 2013, Juro released a track entitled "1989". Prior to this year, he was also featured on the Joon Jukx song "Thinkin About You". Juro's early mixtapes can be found on

"These rappers don't want it. They yappin' bout numbers..."

Juro was born in the mecca of hip-hop, the Bronx and his unique sound and style is the result of his New York melting pot of cultural influences.  Coming up in the, he took in what he observed around him penciling in every shade. Now as an OG, he paints pictures with his thoughts & illustrates it with wordplay.  He grew up bopping to Big Pun, Eminem and Tupac. But being Dominican, his house was filled with Merengue & Bachata and Salsa music.  Add to that  popular NYC genres like House, Techno, Hip Hop, RnB and Reggae, and you'll understand why his music is out of the box! 

He's constantly putting out new music, from reggaeton, latin trap, to classic rap. Last month, the rapper dropped a new joint called "Loosing Patience". It has a sick trap beat, and he's blowing up the track with his saucy lyrics and braggadocious flow. It gives the song some extra tight kinetic energy.  

He writes and produces his own music that is found on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Shazam, Pandora, ClaroMusica, Google Play/YouTube, Instagram, iTunes, Amazon, SoundCloud etc. 

He along with his music producer Infinitee, work on creating and releasing a range of hit hip-hop rap and R&B singles. He's ethical in his work and collaborates with brands that interest him. He desires to endorse products that he finds affable.

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