SoulBounce Exclusive: Tim Johnson Jr. Is Up For Some 'Late Night Jammin'

FOX's The Four: Battle For Stardom has quickly become our favorite reality TV music competition series after just two seasons. That's partly due to the antics of celebrity judges Diddy and DJ Khaled but also thanks to the quality talent that has graced the stage. One such talent is Tim Johnson Jr. who was a semifinalist on season one. The teen singer made it through a couple rounds before losing his seat to fan favorite Zhavia, but he made quite an impression with his vocal range that gave us shades of Michael Jackson, stage presence and overall performance.

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Determined not to become a footnote in The Four's history, Johnson is going full steam ahead with his career. Last year he released two projects – his debut EP Hey U and the holiday EP Christmas With U – and he plans to release a full-length album this year in addition to continuing to work on the Hulu series Future Man. While he's working on his next project, Johnson is revisiting Hey U and releasing videos for the EP's tracks. Last month he dropped the colorful music video for the title track, and now he's debuting the visual for "Late Night Jammin" in a SoulBounce exclusive world premiere.

Tim keeps it simple and chill in the "Late Night Jammin" video. He rolls solo throughout in scenes of him playing the guitar and singing in various indoor locations. The laid-back vibe fits the midnight mood of the song that came about in an unlikely way according to Johnson. "This is a song I wrote late one night and decided to post a snippet on Instagram, I saw that people were vibing with the clip I posted, so I decided to write the full song," he shared with us about its origins.

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Watch Tim Johnson Jr.'s "Late Night Jammin" world premiere and add the track to your chillaxin' playlist. With his talent and drive, it's quite evident that this young man is going places. Keep an eye on his moves on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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