Jermaine Aka Platinum J
Born in Nuremberg, Germany. Growing up in a military family, in other words being a military brat haha. Season 3 Of The Rap Game on Lifetime w/ Jermaine Dupri and manager of Deetranada. Jermaine "Platinum J" Melvin is a choreographer and entrepreneur. He has taught teens and adults from ages 8-50. His unique style has made him very popular locally which is how he received the stage name "Platinum J". His accolades include appearance on the TV show “So You Think You Can Dance” and performing for Grammy award nominated R&B superstar Ginuwine during the Baltimore Believe Tour. In 2009 Platinum J won the grand prize after a stellar performance for "Baltimore's Got Talent." Jermaine has performed at many local events to include pep rally's and community services. Although he is highly influenced by Michael Jackson and James Brown he has an originality that compares to none. Jermaine "Platinum J" Melvin also produces his own music mixes for his routines and continues to put his personal stamp on today's modern hip hop dance.
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THE RAP GAME
Season 3 | Lifetime Televison
Tally, who competed on the second season of "The Rap Game," seeks redemption when she returns to battle four new rappers in the show's third season. A talented roster of rappers and producers -- including Bow Wow, Rick Ross, Fabolous and Jeezy -- join executive producer Jermaine Dupri as mentors to guide the aspiring rappers throughout the competition. The young singers trying to prevent Tally from winning in her second attempt are Nova, whose uncle/manager stops at nothing to help his nephew become the next big rap star; King Roscoe, whose "momager" is just part of an entire team that manages him; Deetranada, whose hip-hop dancer brother Jermaine works with her to build up her social-media presence; and youngest contestant Flau'jae, who has been mentored by the likes of Master P and Lil Boosie, who were friends with her late father. A recording contract with Dupri's label, So So Def Recordings, is up for grabs.