JSPH aka Joseph Nevels is a musical force not to be reckoned with. Nevels earned his Juris Doctorate at Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law, where he focused on entertainment and contract law. He was a former football standout in Northern Kentucky. As a redshirt freshman at the University of Kentucky, Nevels was injured and forced to stop playing due to concussions. He transferred to Florida International University in Miami and eventually made his way back to his roots for law school. Some may call that a blessing in disguise.
JSPH is making waves on the national music scene. Teaming up with producer Corbett, JSPH began an EP trio entitled Rest, Rule and Abide. He released Rest in January 2015 and began to make waves in the music industry. These waves spread from Cincinnati to Los Angeles, landing him a publishing deal with Heyday Media. The tracks on Rest are experimental yet accessible. He often uses his voice as another instrument in the mix, which Corbett masterfully arranges to create a riveting sound. “Forever,” the first single, was selected by Director Anthony Diblassi and featured in the opening credits of the movie Wuthering High School, which aired on the Lifetime Channel.
We last sat down with the rising star in January. Check out the interview HERE.