“It’s OK To Be Black”. In a time where so much change is needed, the Florida native pens an open letter and inspirational anthem to celebrate perseverance and struggle. Driven by the stories of those that are disenfranchised, low on hope and high on disappointment — Ross, lends his voice to provide a reason to smile. Jac Ross delivers a warm, melodic up-building song that calls out prejudice, even speaking of some of his own struggles.
Getting his start early, Jac Ross has built a buzz around his electric live show and his ability to connect to listeners through his songs. It’s Jac’s “soul quenching” music that’s exploratory and socially progressive that’s garnered him some early attention. The brilliant fusion of soul, funk alongside gritty synthesizing R&B melodies have earned him his debut TV performance. Airing MLK day, January 20TH , 2020 on TV One — Jac Ross has been handpicked by Ms. Cathy Hughes, Founder and Chairperson of Urban One, to open the Urban One Honors television special. A celebration of black music honoring iconic talents such as, Missy Elliott, Jamie Foxx, Chance the Rapper, Brandy, Anita Baker and others, Jac Ross is truly proving one to watch for 2020!
In a time when change is needed more than ever, the enigma Jac Ross emerges carrying enough pain to incite cultural change and the love to remind us we’re all the same. For Darkchild Records/Island Records signee Jac Ross, his soul-stirring vocals are deeper than the ears that hear them. The sounds of his voice tell the stories of struggle and success, but most importantly impress a glimmer of hope in the hearts of those who witness his silky and powerful harmonies.