Whats up people, for those who are wondering where did Nu Jerzey Devil come from let me fill you. He is from the East Coast (they do things a lil different, which can be the reason why his name ain’t Mr. Jerzey lol). Puerto Rican born in the South Bronx. The youngest of seven (yup he’s hispanic lol). When he was four his family moved to New Jersey. (i wonder if he grew up snookie). It pretty much started when he was 18, when he traded his .45 caliber pistol for DJ Equipment. This foo has talent, within the two year of making beats and doing gigs. He began networking with Rodney “DarkChild” Jerkins . By mainstream I mean he was been with Dr. Dre where he met the Game. Which the Game made him his official DG and producer. He produced the song for Fat Joe album called Me, Myself and I on the tracks Breathe and Stop ft Game. He did the sound track from the movie Honey and My Baby’s Daddy. And now he moving himself from the flipping records to the mic. Rapping is what he always wanted to do as kid growing up. He got signed with The Black Wall Street Records in 2004 (Black Wall Street was founded by the Game when he left G- Unit which was the same year Nu Jerzey Devil got signed). He produced the beats on the Game’s Album Ghost Unit with one of its songs being Here We Go Again. He did his first mix tape called “The Art of The Devil”. He did a song with Lil Wayne called Different Girls. One of his songs that got a lot of attention was Stop Snitching. His new album that he is working on is Heaven or Hell. He has been in the West Coast before and he fell in love it with it(who wouldn’t we got palm trees suckas lol) so he decided to move out here.He even did a song called Cali Life. As of the moment he is currently a mission to establish a Latino Wallstreet on the West Coast. He is not a chicano rap artist, he stays on the main stream scale. He became aware of us and wants to incorporate in the hustle. He doesn’t limit himself to one audience only and (i guess lol) we shouldn’t limit our ears to a gender of music so check out this video of behind the scenes of his music video LA Girls, which was filmed in our very own warehouse.