Ye Ali‘s sound has been described by some as sensual, intimate, muse-y and more, but the Indiana artist describes his vibe as TrapHouse Jodeci. Influenced by the likes of music from the 70’s and 80’s, Ali’s upbringing prohibited him from the likes of gansta rap and hip hop.

Coming from a Muslim upbringing raised in Hammond, Indiana, Ye Ali found his sound in his young adolescence. Touched by the lyricism and energy of Ludacris’s Word of Mouf, Ali knew his passion was drawn to music making and combining the likes of R&B, rap and hip hop. As he’s aged within the industry, Ali has dropped a multitude of singles with a number of features who’ve helped influence his sound (many from Toronto). The “What To Do” creative is familiar with comparisons to the likes of other artists such as Bryson Tiller and Tory Lanez but feels no ways about being labelled as he formerly disclosed in a VIBEZ interview stating that, “you can trace that back to any artists’ timeline. See what they were doing then and then see what I was doing. I was TrapHouse Jodeci before anybody was anything else.”

TrapHouse Jodeci released fall 2016 and follows 16 track listen, Private Suite, which caters to the likes of a matured sound in his musical capabilities. Ye Ali maintains his fleshly R&B wave accompanied by hard hitting productions in harmony with artists such as K.Camp and Dougie F on the album. Withdrawing from the comparisons of other lust filled musicians, THJ allows Ali to mould his own sound and stand out from other rising R&B stars. Now featured on Austin Millz “New Ting”, Ali is solidifying his position in the industry with a definitive sound making him RegalChiz’s latest face to watch on the throne. Be sure to follow the Cali based artist via IG and Twitter for more music updates.