Reginald Yero Jones Jr., better known by his stage name Yezo Maybach, emerges as a visionary talent from the vibrant streets of Harlem. 

Growing up in the heart of New York City, Yezo was steeped in its rich history and diverse cultural tapestry, igniting his passion for music and self-expression. Raised in a family deeply rooted in the music scene, Yezo’s upbringing was infused with the soulful rhythms of Harlem. His uncle, the esteemed DJ Thoro, and his father, the proprietor of a renowned record shop on 125th Street, imparted to him a profound understanding of music’s origins and its ever-evolving nature. 

Yezo’s dynamic personality shines through in his music, reflecting his unwavering determination and desire to leave an indelible mark on the world. Drawing inspiration from influential artists like Lil Wayne, Juelz Santana, and Kanye West, Yezo infuses his upbeat, feel-good music with substance, seamlessly blending swagger, wordplay, and energy that embodies Harlem’s essence. His mantra, “Life could be lifin’, but you have to move!”, reflects his resilient spirit and determination to surmount life’s challenges, a message he passionately shares with his audience. 

By day, Yezo showcases his culinary prowess as a chef at NYU. By night, he dedicates himself to honing his craft in the studio, a journey he has diligently pursued for over a decade. Yezo’s evolution as an artist has seen collaborations with talents like LMG Wade and King X, leading to his current endeavors with GMEN, an entertainment company dedicated to artist development and education. 

With an earnest desire to pay forward the wisdom imparted by his father, Yezo is committed to nurturing talent and creating timeless music that resonates with audiences worldwide. His ultimate ambition? To carve out a space as a mainstream, marketable artist with enduring staying power, all while empowering and uplifting those around him.

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