Hailing from the “Bridge City” - Saskatoon, SK, Jeah is an emerging Canadian recording and performing hip-hop artist. Part of WCMA-nominated hip-hop/R&B duo, DGS Samurai Champs, Jeah combines his love for traditional, 90’s-era hip-hop with his dedication to modern hip-hop songwriting. This integration creates Jeah’s signature melancholic, yet heavy-hitting, approach to contemporary hip-hop reminiscent of artists such as Drake, Kanye West, and Travi$ Scott.

Following his return from DGS Samurai Champs’ first international tour surrounding The Great Escape festival in Brighton, UK and New Skool Rules hip-hop festival in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Jeah premieres the music video for his brand new single, “Deadboy”. Deadboy is an interpretation of traditional, underground hip-hop channeled through the more electronic sounds of today’s modern hip-hop. The single is Jeah’s demonstration of his technical prowess as a rapper, but also as a storyteller telling the hard truth to the modern artist. Employing elaborate verses and cocky punchlines in true, traditional hip-hop fashion, Jeah elaborates on the need to act upon one’s creative aspirations if one is to truly create impact. Jeah explains that without action, there are no outcomes.

“I feel like there’s no time to waste. I’ve been patient long enough. People feel as if they’re ‘the one’ but do nothing about it. Patience is time wasted. It’s now or never if we’re going to make something out of the talent in this province.” - Jeah

Directed and shot by Vancouver based filmmaker Sam Acton King. With less than 3 hours for the two to collaborate one cold Saskatchewan day in January, they decided to feature the snowy back-alleys and winter fields of Jeah’s hometown, Regina, Saskatchewan. 

"For me this video is about the characters we all as people tend create for ourselves to act as a suit of armour, and how those characters are often heavily influenced by our geography." - Sam Acton King

The single itself was produced, mixed, and mastered by Saskatoon-based hip-hop producer Deadkeys.

Jeah is currently preparing for his performance with DGS Samurai Champs in their collective’s first, brand new flagship Saskatoon event, Trifecta Block Party. They will be performing alongside other artists from their collective - The Wrongkrowd, Tefrondon, and more, as well as with artists from around Saskatchewan. 

DGS Samurai Champs will also be performing in BreakOut West Festival 2017 this September in Edmonton, AB, where the duo are currently nominated for the Western Canadian Music Awards (WCMAs) - Urban Artist of the Year.



Trifecta Block Party times:

Thu, Aug 24 - Trifecta Block Party @ Flint, Saskatoon, SK [Show starts at 8PM]

Fri, Aug 25 - Trifecta Block Party @ Belvedere Treehouse (O’brians Event Centre), Saskatoon, SK [Show starts at 10PM]

Sat, Aug 26 - Trifecta Block Party @ Congress Beer House, Saskatoon SK [Show starts at 10PM]

Trifecta Artist presence at BreakOut West 2017 in Edmonton, AB:

Thu, Sep 14 - DGS Samurai Champs nominated for Western Canadian Music Awards (WCMAs) Urban Artist of the Year

Fri, Sep 15 - LOA showcase @ Downtown Edmonton Community League (DECL)

Fri, Sep 15 - DGS Samurai Champs showcase @ Freemason’s Hall

Sat, Sep 16 - LOA showcase @ Bohemia

Sat, Sep 16 - DGS Samurai Champs showcase @ 9910