MURFREESBORO, TN – If you’re flying high, you’re in good company. “Frequent Flyers Lifestyle” Jitsu Gaiden emanates positivity, encouraging and lifting others up on the wings of his talent and inspirational attitude towards life. The most intriguing part of the “Frequent Flyers Lifestyle” is that it can apply to anyone – “a designer, DJ, someone in school working for their degree,” says the artist, “Frequent Flyers” are everywhere.” Known by his good vibes persona and signature backpack, people from the Nashville area are starting to take notice of Jitsu’s zest for music and life. And, soon, the world will too.
His most recent project, a single entitled “Rolling Stone,” is a single off of a collaborative album between Jitsu and producer Beeks Vybe. The single chronicles past relationships and the dilemma any passionate, creative person will face when trying to juggle the pressures of a personal life and career. Because Jitsu Gaiden’s focus has been fiercely fixed on becoming music’s next best thing, late nights and early mornings leave little energy and time for a relationship. “I’m chasing my dreams and trying to be in the rap game,” he says, “It gets kind of hard, because business conflicts with my relationship. And, at the end of the day I’m so gung ho about achieving my goal. I hope she understands that just because I can’t be there all the time doesn’t mean I’m not thinking about her.” The captivating single is ready for you to listen on all digital platforms.
Jitsu’s single, much like the rest of his music, has a groovy, vibey mood to it. Inspired by iconic artists like Michael Jackson, Jitsu is forever in awe of music’s unifying quality and knows his music has the power to connect people. “My music is for everyone – it brings all faiths and races together, to just have fun.”
While many in the rap game are out for fame and fortune, Jitsu Gaiden has his eye on the real prize: to be heard and to let his music truly, deeply reach people in a way that shifts their perspective. With a Groovy-Flow-Meets-Southern-Aggressiveness sound, you can almost feel the enthusiasm beaming from Jitsu Gaiden as he rhymes. He’s unafraid, uninhibited, and fiercely determined. “If you ain’t terrified of your dreams, you’re not dreaming big enough,” says the artist, “You gotta have a goal that’s going to drive you and make you go farther. If you’re not nervous, you’re not passionate.”
Fans who want to check out some of Jitsu’s music and watch the music video for “Rolling Stone” can visit his website jitsugaiden.net.