JET HUNDREDS is a Hip Hop recording artist, singer and songwriter from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Hunter Littlebird known by his stage name JET was born on September 7, 1995 in Santa Fe, New Mexico with a rich heritage from his father's Native American tribe of Laguna Pueblo and his Irish/Scottish heritage on his mother’s side. As a young boy and into his teens, JET had a talent for both baseball and music. At nineteen, he began rapping in the local Albuquerque Hip Hop scene while working at RND Entertainment, where he gained skills as a songwriter, producer, sound engineer and beat maker. | This gifted musician-entrepreneur founded his own production company and recording studio, Jet Hundreds LLC in 2016 where he writes, records and produces his own music as well as produces for other local musicians. | JET brings a fresh voice to Hip Hop with his storytelling anthems, provocative lyrics and charismatic performances. He has come to the attention of several producers and accomplished artists. He was the featured opener for the Young Thug concert and has collaborated with Baby Bash and Blank Square Productions, Los Angeles. | His focused work and prolific talent has resulted in a breadth of projects including: 2015 mixtape, Chem Trails and the deeply personal music video, So Far Out; December 2016, the release of his first album, Just Enjoy Time with accompanying music video, When the Lightning Strikes ; 2017, the The Jet Show and EP, Man of the Fall ; and in 2018, he released his new single, Like That, with music video collaboration with Edgar Esteves/Blank Square Productions, Los Angeles. | JET'S sexy voice and wavy music, at times raw and gritty, hits hard with bold lyric. You go on a journey with him through his story-music and get a glimpse of where he comes from - his visions and dreams for the future. There is a unique sound as he takes you to an edge. Is it new? Is it old? Or could it be both? | JET likes to say it like this, “For me, music is cellular and I want to bring that origin sound to my generation."
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