Born Jaheim Hoagland in 1979, the African-American singer was raised in the public housing of New Brunswick, New Jersey.Little Jah was lucky to be born in such a loving family, but things changed drastically when his father died in 1981, leaving Jah, his mother Julia Hoagland and his younger brother Taquane to be drowned in deep sadness.His second effort, Still Ghetto (2002), contains the hit "Put That Woman First" (2003), both of which achieved platinum success.Jaheim was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and was raised in the city's now-defunct Memorial Parkway Homes public housing project.
R&B singer Jaheim, right, threatened to do bodily harm to radio and Twitter personality Charlamagne Tha God for making fun of his hair.
Jaheim is best known for his hit songs , was released in 2001.
Charlamagne got his start as Wendy Williams‘s lowly assistant on her radio show in New York City.
Fortunately having a lot of relatives, they relied on each other by gathering and singing. No matter how hard life got, I could always make myself and my Mom feel better with a song.
It was our salvation, he recalled those heart-breaking phases. Jah's grandfather, Victor Hoagland often sang for groups including the famous doo-wop band, The Drifters in 1960s.