99 Co-Sign: J'La Anderson Talks Early Beginnings, Working With Brisco & More

J’La Anderson walked into 99 JAMZ’s studio with her head held high. She was surrounded by her team including her mother and brother, who’s also a rapper named Chief Pound. The FSU grad turned aspiring rapper managed to obtain another achievement before the end of 2019.

Anderson is the final 99 Co-Sign for the year. Her song “Back End” featuring Brisco captivated the city enough for them to constantly vote for the record on the 99 JAMZ app. Before she hit the stage for our 2nd annual 99 Co-Sign: The Final Round showcase, J’La invaded the Pac Jam with Radio Big Mack and DJ Nasty and made sure the world knew her name.

J’La got her start in music after friends of hers suggested that she get into the game. She took her comical and radiant personality and put it into her first song “It Takes Two” Freestyle

After graduation, J’La went on to perfect her craft. She dropped other songs like “Get You Home” and an “Act Up Challenge,” in which she unloads heavy bars onto the instrumental to the City Girls’ hit. Then after dropping off other bangers like “Back Stabbers,” J’La connected with Brisco for her winning song “Back End.”

Watch J’La talk about everything from her work with Brisco to her love life and more below!

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