Welcome to the Lyfe Jennings area! When you're adding Lyfe Jennings songs to your playlist by left clicking on the results and entering the simple captcha code for the listening page, stay on this page some time to read gossips, latest album and song reviews about Lyfe Jennings. Please support our artists and buy Lyfe Jennings mp3 files legally on the listening page. Remember if you are not already registered, please do so for creating your playlist with our Lyfe Jennings works.
Lyfe Jennings's latest or related album is Lyfe 268-192
Which is released on 2004-08-17 from record company Sony.
Tell us what do you think about this performer or song by using our comment box below.
Lyfe Jennings News
Album Sales -- Disturbed, Lyfe Jennings + More - Source: AOL Radio Blog Disturbed turn the top of the Billboard 200 album chart into an 'Asylum' with their new album of the same name selling 179,000 copies this week, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Lyfe Jennings Talks Baby Mama Drama -- Say What! - Source: The BoomBox Lyfe Jennings is kind of a G. In a recent interview, he discussed the "baby mama drama" that goes along with being an entertainer.
Watch Latest Lyfe Jennings Video
Loading the player ...
Quick facts about Lyfe jennings
Lyfe Jennings (born Chester Jennings in Toledo, Ohio) is an African American R&B and soul singer-songwriter, record producer, and instrumentalist. He plays the guitar, bass, and piano which he integrates into his music. Jennings began singing at a young age in a Toledo church choir. He later joined a group called The Dotsons with two of his cousins and his older brother, Jay. The group separated in the early 1990s, and Jennings rediscovered music and started a music program at an Ohio prison where he was serving a ten-year sentence on an arson-related charge. He has cited Erykah Badu’s 1997 album Baduizm as one of the reasons for his rediscovery. Jennings was released from prison in December 2002 and started to pursue a solo career in music. In January 2003, he performed in Harlem at the Showtime at The Apollo. The same year, he also independently released his first EP, What Is Love. To further pursue his career, Jennings moved to New York City where he performed at rapper Nelly’s concert at Radio City Music Hall, at an NAACP convention where he performed an original song called “Thank God for the NAACP”, and at the Cafeteria in Chelsea, Manhattan during the blackout on August 14. He signed with Columbia Records and released his debut album Lyfe 268-192 (268-192 was his inmate number) in August 2004. Learn more about Lyfe Jennings