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    From Garage Band to Producing for Drake: The Rise of Jarom Su’a, the Teenage Music Prodigy

    As a result of his inclusion on Drake’s “Certified Lover Boy,” “7am on Bridle Path,” the 15-year-old Samoan producer Jarom Su’a has quickly established himself as an industry powerhouse. Fans have speculated that the track is a swipe at Kanye West.   The album broke Spotify’s 24-hour record for most-streamed album on the day of its release, with millions of streams in that time.

    So, who exactly is Jarom Su’a? His father’s family is from Samoa and Mexico, while his mother’s family is from Argentina and Italy. The tenth grader is in his second year of high school in Florida, where he lives with his family.

    Jarom told that he’s always enjoyed listening to music, but it wasn’t until he heard a song by Timbaland when he was 10 that he became interested in the rhythm and eventually researched Timbaland. His interest in music production grew from there, and he received support from his family. He got his start using Garage Band but eventually graduated to FL Studio for more advanced capabilities.

    Jarom has spent the last four years developing his own unique style as a producer, and as a result, many musicians are ready to collaborate with him. As a sophomore and junior in high school, he worked with industry giants and had many songs on the Billboard charts. Although Jarom is not your usual record producer, he has no issue coming up with fresh takes on familiar songs.

    It is a credit to Jarom’s skill and dedication to music that he has reached this level of success at the age of 15. As things are, his future in the music business looks promising, and I can’t wait to hear what he does in the future. It’s encouraging to know that any person, at any age, can accomplish their goals with enough effort, commitment, and support. It will be exciting to hear what Jarom Su’a, a promising young musician, comes up with next.


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