Jesse Boynkins III live in D.C. last night.
So the homie, Denisio told me about the JB3 show that coincided a pop-up shop that she was collaborating in. What I can say about JB is that he definitely has what it takes as a performer and businessman. Let’s start with the performance. From the top he started off getting peoples feet moving. His female fans participated in singing along from start to finish. The good thing about JB’s female fans is that, most of them have good voices themselves. Stage presence was great. His band feeds off him and he feeds off the energy of the crowd. The cool thing about Jesse is that he is extremely humble in regards to what his crowd expects from him. He engages, tells jokes, and makes people feel comfortable.
On a business side, I like the people he keeps around him. After the show Jesse was straight to business and made sure that his band and team was taken care of. He knows how to promote himself and his brand very well. He came through the pop up shop with another member of his team Mara Hruby who I am also a fan of, and supported the shop. If Jesse decides to stay independent, he will be one of those guys that influences the artist who are mainstream. If he decides to take that leap, I can see him being very successful as well. Glad to have had a chance to talk to him and Mara. I am very interested in seeing the progression of everyone involved in the Sartorial Sounds.