Rapper Jubilee King Bee has released his latest single Shame, sampled from The Labelle song of the same name. Considered his most personal song to date, the song speaks to those who have brought shame on their relationship and let their spouse down in the process.

Shame: a feeling of guilt, regret, or sadness that you have because you know you have done something wrong. (Webster, 2015.)

True to its definition, Shame has been described by Greyson Jubilee as a reconnection with his first love. An emotional song chronicling a combative relationship and how he takes out his frustration on the one that he loves, music. Fired up and re-inspired, Greyson has returned with his first single since 2013’s Put Ya Lips On It, and the first for his so far untitled third album and sixth studio project, Greyson is sharing more of himself than he has before.

Supportive of the effort and joining his team for 2016 is his new representation, VM3 Media. A media and consulting firm in the nation’s capitol specializing in event and brand management, artist promotion, news writing and branding, it is headed by its Principal, JaVonni Brustow, bringing over a decade of industry experience and expertise to both the project and the brand that is Jubilee King Bee.

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