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Blak Jak Biography

Blak Jak Biography

Blak Jak is an American rapper from Decatur, Georgia. His major label debut, Place Your Bets, was released in October 2006. Blak Jak grew up in Decatur, Georgia, and learned about hip-hop from his cousins, who had formed a group called the Ward Boys. In 2006, he released his first album independently, which included production by Shawty Redd (who had previously won recognition producing for Young Jeezy); the first single from the album, "Ride & Swerve", featured guest rapper Project Pat and became an underground hit in the Southern US. Blak Jak continued to win fans after he released a mixtape with DJ Smallz, Roll da Dice, in the summer of 2006. On the strength of the single, Universal Records offered Blak Jak a record deal, and the independent album was re-released in October of 2006 under the title Place Your Bets. The single "Bobbin' My Head" scored radio airplay toward the end of 2006, as did his collaboration with T-Pain, "Ball Out ($500)", in March of 2007. In the summer of 2007, Los Angeles Dodger infielder Tony Abreu began using "Bobbin' My Head" as his entrance music.

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