American Rapper Saint Jhn was also in studio with Buju Banton and Kanye West on Friday.
Yeezy made headlines yesterday (September 18) after arriving in Jamaica. Shortly after his arrival, the rapper-turned-politician uploaded a photo at Buju Banton’s Gargamel Music Studio in Kingston. Kanye West took to his Twitter to upload a photo with the Grammy-winning Reggae singer and wrote, “GREATNESS IN THE MAKING.”
Moments later, Saint Jhn shared a photo via Instagram with Kanye and Buju Banton, “Hey guys, 🤔 how bout we do Guyana next time🤗 just an idea. ok cool bye. 😘,” he wrote.
Saint Jhn is best known for songs such as Roses, Brown Skin Girl with Beyonce, Blue Ivy & Wiz Kid, Monica Lewinsky and many more.
The rapper was Born in Brooklyn, New York and is of Guyanese descent. Growing up, Saint Jhn, real name Carlos St. John Phillips, split his time between Brooklyn and Guyana.
He began creating music when he was twelve years old and was inspired by his older brother, who would rap in the neighborhood with friends. He wrote his first song in his first year of high school while living in Guyana.