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Jose F. Buenrostro, also known as JoseJFB, was a producer born in the city of Atlanta in October 24, 1994. At the age of two, he was taken to Mexico to be raised with his family. For seven years, he was raised in a poor little town named Tizapan el Alto, in the state of Jalisco. In there, he learned a valuable lesson: the streets are not a safe place for anybody and surviving them will be hard. At the age of 8, Jose was already working as a blacksmith to help the family raise the money that would bring the food to the table. Because of all the work Jose was doing, he never had time for entertainment. He was also never into music as a child because he disliked the Rock mainstream music that played on MTV. One day, Jose remembered turned the TV on late after midnight and heard something that changed his life forever: Hip-Hop music. Although Jose did not know what Eminem said in his song "Lose Yourself" when he first heard it, he got into rap music ever since then. At the age of 9, Jose moved to Atlanta and managed to learn English in one year. Ever since he learned English, he wanted to become a rapper. However, his friends would tell him that he needs to stick to something else because his enunciation of words wasn't really good and his voice was not made for singing. At the age of 13, while looking for an instrumental to practice his rap skills, Jose saw a remake of the instrumental that was created using the program FL Studio better known as Fruity Loops. Jose downloaded a trial version of the program to create his first instrumental. However, it was not as easy as it looked in the video and Jose had nobody to teach him how to use the program. Jose would be on the computer from 5 to 7 hours a day just to mess around with Fruity Loops just to try to come up with instrumentals. He came up with his first beat after a week but his friends did not liked it and some people even made fun of him. After 2 months of practice, Jose came up with a better beat and a student at his school gave Jose 20 dollars for a beat. Now, with over 3 years of experience in making beats and sampling songs, the same people that made fun of him are begging to sell them beats for 20 dollars while Jose turns them down. Although Jose promoted his music online on a daily basis, he has not ever sold another beat ever since he sold one at school. One day, Hamidu Williams, CEO of the Nerdy Money Music Group, signed JoseJFB as one of their producers and Jose is now hoping that his dreams of becoming big in the music industry become reality.

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