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Meet A’Justice

Today we’d like to introduce you to A’Justice.

Thanks for sharing your story with us A’Justice. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
I began writing and singing in church. I traveled from Ohio to Atlanta and then from Atlanta to LA in search of my musical vibe. Once I found it, I continued my musical journey and even began making jingles for a law firm in Atlanta. As of 2020, my album “Feeling Things” became my very first music library add. Today I am creating more music and growing in my art.

We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?
Being a black woman in any industry is a challenge but as far as music, trusting myself has been the challenge. People tend to project their fears on you and if you’re not careful their fears will become yours. Because I sound different, it was hard to get people to see the vision of my music or even enjoy it with an open mind.

Can you give our readers some background on your music?
I’m usually inspired by love, that’s what most of my songs are born from. So, at the moment, I am most proud of my jingles. It was something different for me. I enjoy knowing people get in the car and can hear my voice and production at any time.

What were you like growing up?
I was a very rebellious child, as my mother would say. I was always creative and curious. I was a tad boy crazy if I’m being honest, but that infatuation has inspired some of my favorite songs I’ve made.

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Rita Harper, Joseph Hood, Wavy Boogz

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