Justin (Justice) Wilson
- Let's Turn Up
Justin Biography Justin Wilson, born May 3rd, is a young, talented, and visionary artist with a passion for rhyming and song-writing. Growing up in Phoenix, A.Z., he developed his talent for writing poetry at the age of 8. When he was 12, he got his nick-name "Just-Ice" from a distant relative that teased him about the fake jewelery he wore in his ears and around his neck. As he continued to write rhymes with his cousin and best friend, he started to go by the name of "J-Ice", which eventually turned into Justice once he had joined an R&B group called "Rated E". Through 6 years of traveling from California, all the way to New York's famous Madison Square Garden, he performed with Rated E on BET's 106 & Park for a talent showcase. Performing at each show undeniably developed his stage presence, and birthed a personality that fans easily became attracted to. As the lead singer of the group, it came as a surprise for many to find out that he's able to rap as well. Being inspired by some of today's major artist's such as Lil Wayne, Fabolous, Jay-Z, and Eminem, he finds his niche in writing songs full of creative punch-lines and provocative metaphors. However, with idols like Michael Jackson, Ginuwine and Justin Timberlake, he realized what it takes to put on a show, and has molded himself into a "do-it-all" type of artist and performer. So as a fore-warning; anyone with no drive better make way for this double R&B, skate-or-die rap artist. And as he would say himself, "...I control the remote, and make you squares stop playin'!".