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Jaleel Muhammad, born December 29, 1996, also known as King Of The Hill (Koth), is an American rapper. Undoubtedly, he is the future of the rap game. Jaleel is taking over with his incredible lyrics, classic hit song-making, and passion for painting the picture of a young man growing up in the DMV (DC, Maryland, Virginia).

Raised in a single-family household with his mother and two older sisters, Jaleel began writing raps after seeing the movie 8 Mile and listening to his sister’s album collection at the age of 7. In 2007, he moved to Washington, D.C. and attended Maya Angelou Public Charter School in SE. Having come from Montgomery County, Maryland, Jaleel had a hard time adjusting to his environment. He found himself rapping for his classmates and performing at school talent shows. In 2010, he moved to back to Gaithersburg, Maryland to live with his father. There, he attended Quince Orchard High School and continued to write raps and perform at talent shows (Putting On the Hits). In 2010, he visited the Gaithersburg Youth Center and began recording music for the first time. In 2012, Jaleel released his first mixtape, “The Report Card,” for free download on He was a member of the graduating class of 2014 and released his first EP, “The Jaleel EP,” shortly after graduating high school.

Jaleel began releasing music videos and building a loyal fanbase. In 12 days, he and his mother toured 11 cities: Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Raleigh, Virginia Beach, Washington, D.C., Charlotte, Atlanta, Baton Rouge, Tampa, Orlando, and Richmond. He created Skate Money: “All of our dreams of becoming successful will come into fruition with consistency, hard work, and, most important, faith. Respecting everyone’s culture and background, we can all live in harmony, spreading positivity and inconvertibility in our everyday lives.” All it takes is dedication and patience. Skate Money is growing every single day and Jaleel’s true fans ride for him like no other street team we’ve seen.


In 2017, Jaleel released his second EP, “King Of The Hill.” With his astonishing flow and phenomenal lyrics, Jaleel assures us that he wants his spot on the throne. It’s safe to say that Jaleel is one of the most consistent artists in music right now. He released his third EP, “Be Yourself” in early September 2018 with a total of six songs. Three short months later, he released “Trust Your Process,” a collection of nine songs about the process of chasing your dreams and bringing them into existence. In March 2019, Jaleel released a project entitled “Aspiring Artist,” which is available for digital download. Last but certainly not least is his latest and greatest project, “Manifest.” Sources close to the Young MC told us that he will be collaborating with Young Chop, who worked with Chief Keef, and Big Sean, & Kanye West. Sources also told us that he will be featuring on “Who Killed Malcolm X” a documentary based on the assassination of American human rights activist Malcolm X. Alongside his father Abdur-Rahman Muhammad to premiere on Netflix early 2020. We can all agree that Jaleel has his foot on the gas and doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon. Listen to “Clean Up, You’ll Feel Better” on All Streaming Platforms.