After crooning on hits like "Put That Woman First" and "Fabulous", it's no surprise that Jaheim's r&b talent earned him a loyal fanbase. Over the years, he's released more albums and continues to deliver hit singles. However, recently it seems that he's ready to shift gears from singing to production. What's happening with the New Jersey native?
After his debut album Ghetto Love Story, Jaheim went on a nationwide tour. He sang with a live band and also shared the stage with artists such as Truth Hurts, Biz Markie, Mystikal, and SuperVision. During the tour, Jaheim learned that "adversity in life cannot stop you from reaching your personal and professional goals."
In 2002, the R&B singer re-released his debut album on Atlantic Records. The album featured production from Kay Gee (Naughty by Nature beat maker), Karma Productions (Musiq Soulchild, Jill Scott, Keyshia Cole), and Ivan Barias (Kool & the Gang). The album did very well. It was even certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Jaheim's life has been full of ups and downs. In recent years, he has sometimes looked extremely unhealthy and some fans have speculated that it could be due to drug use.
He also made headlines after he was arrested in New Jersey on charges of animal cruelty. Earlier this month, police were called to his home after they received reports of emaciated dogs. One of the dogs was in such bad shape that it had to be euthanized.