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Joél Célestin Filsaime (J-Pimp)
Joél Célestin Filsaime Official portrait in Léogâne, Haiti. 2013-3-26
1st Mayor of Crøîx Païx
Incumbent
Assumed office
January 19, 2015
Preceded by Position established
1st Members of the Parliament of 1st Crøîx Païx State Assembly
Incumbent
Assumed office
January 19, 2023
Preceded by Position established
Personal details
Born September 20, 1984 (age 39)
Boynton Beach, Florida, U.S.
Also known as ThaPimpOfThaSouth
Nationality Haitian American
Gender Male
Occupation
Residence Black House (0fficial)
Partner(s) Anya Duvalier (2019–present)
Known for Founder of D-Ploy Records, National Telecom S.A., Fîlsaîme & Co., Bwè Dlø Prentan Natirèl, God's Cleaners & Services, Banque de l'West Indies, A & Associates and EyesOpen Security
Musical career
Origin Crøîx Païx, Léogâne
Genres
  • Freestyle rap
  • Gangsta rap
  • Southern hip hop
Years active 1996-present
Labels D-Ploy Records
Net worth IncreaseΦ38.4 billion (June 2024)
Signature
Signature of J-Pimp
Joél Célestin Filsaime in Crøîx Païx, Léogâne
Joél Célestin Filsaime in Crøîx Païx, Léogâne.
Mayor of Crøîx Païx

from Léogâne

Incumbent

Assumed office
January 19, 2015
Preceded by: Position established
Personal details
Political party: Independent
Alma mater: McNally Smith College of Music
Mayor Joél Filsaime's voice
Announcing his development plans for the State of Crøîx Païx Recorded May 2023

Joél Célestin Filsaime (born September 20, 1984), also known artistically as J-Pimp, is a Haitian-American billionaire businessman, sports tycoon, rapper, recording artist, record producer, and songwriter who is currently serving as mayor of Crøîx Païx, Léogâne. As of June 2024, J-Pimp's estimated net worth was Φ38.4 billion, officially ranking him the wealthiest person in Haiti since 2020 and also becoming the second-billionaire person in Haiti, behind Gilbert Bigio.

D-Ploy Records

The Average Joe by J-Pimp

The Average Joe by J-Pimp (2005)

Founded D-Ploy Records along with his brother Nesley Filsaime, who raps under the name Daniel South. He is best known for the release of his fifth independent-label debut album titled The Average Joe, nominated in Billboard magazine as Top 100 most popular albums of 2005, Top 25 albums on the Billboard 200. Part of his early popularity arose from his consistent album releases. He is best known for his complex flows to create a unique blending of hip-hop and chopper-style rap. He also credits several high school friends with encouraging him to get back into the recording studio after listening to his demo tape. His solo work spans several genres, including hip hop, r&b, soul, rap, gangsta rap and freestyle rap.

He is well-known and has gained an audience as an MTV Artists, gaining viewers in Haiti, Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Grenada, Dominican Republic, Belgium, Switzerland, United Kingdom and United States primarily from his influential role in the development of audio mixing Haitian American Hip Hop. He is also the Founder, President and CEO of D-Ploy Records.

Joél Filsaime 1980's

1984–2003: Early life

Joél Filsaime pre-kindergarten graduation at Head Start (program) in 1980s

Joél Filsaime pre-kindergarten graduation at Head Start (program) in 1980s

J-Pimp was born on September 20, 1984, as Joél Filsaime in Boynton Beach, Florida, and raised in Delray Beach, Florida, a place infamous in the midst of an immigrant explosion of mostly illegal Haitian immigrants. He attended Calusa Elementary School in Boca Raton, Florida, after being expelled from two different elementary schools. He is the son of Barthol Filsaime, a former construction worker and the late Georgette Oscar Fils-Aimé (née Oscar, b. 7 May 1961 Port-au-Prince - d. 25 January 2019 Léogâne), was a mambo asogwe (vodou). Both parents origins are from Léogâne, Haiti. The family grew a variety of crops and tended livestock on their one-hundred-acre (100 ha) property. His parents migrated to the United States during the Haiti President for Life Jean-Claude Duvalier regime administration. Splitting his time between the United States and Haiti until settling in West Palm Beach, Florida, along with his two brothers.

J-Pimp ~ Creole Cartel$ ~

He began taking an interest in music at an early age and started as a DJ, playing a variety of rap music on the morning announcements in middle school. He won several awards on the track & field team and played defensive back in high school football at Olympic Heights, as well as being coached by former Baltimore Ravens player Tyrus McCloud. He was raised as a Roman Catholic and attended Catholic school, but later began cutting classes to record his music after realizing how much profit he could make distributing his own albums. He grew up in an artistic, but also athletic, environment. J-Pimp began freestyle rapping and recording music at age twelve, writing his first rap song.

Loud Boyz

Loud Boyz

He originally started off in a four-person hip hop group titled Loud Boyz, serving as one of the front runners of the diversity of music groups within his city region, where he adopted the stage name J-Pimp, later to disbanded the group to pursue a solo career.

Olympic Heights Varsity Football Team (2002)

Olympic Heights Varsity Football Team (2002)

In the summer of 2000, he recorded his first EP solo album, titled First Start. By the age of sixteen, J-Pimp signed his first record deal with Deathwish Records, but he was not with the record label for very long. While being scouted for the NFL, he suffered a career-ending injury in middle school. In 2001, following a serious football injury in the 9th grade, J-Pimp began to consider rapping as a music career and turned his family garage into a recording studio using two keyboards, drum machines, and a multitracker XR-5. He developed his musical talent and taught himself how to record music in his home studio. In 2002, at age 17, he dropped out of high school in the eleventh grade to pursue a career in the music industry, while his passion for recording music became an obsession.

2003–2011: Early life artistry

J-Pimp known as ThaPimpOfThaSouth 2003

J-Pimp known as ThaPimpOfThaSouth

American Airlines 2006

American Airlines (2006)

On March 26, 2003., J-Pimp founded his own record label D-Ploy Records and recording studio. In 2004, D-Ploy Records (Loud Boyz) made an impact in the music industry as one of the legendary urban underground rap groups on SoundClick for releasing the majority of the hip hop group music as free downloads. He was the primary rapper on all of the rap-based tracks that appeared on the album including responsible for the lyrical content. J-Pimp was also featured in Elton Degré Mondesir album L'anmou Sou Hyway kompa single Ou la la la that made #61 on the World General charts. In early 2005, J-Pimp graduated high school from Cornerstone Correspondence 15938 Us Highway 17, Townsend, Georgia, 31331. He released his fifth independent-label album titled The Average Joe by J-Pimp received generally positive feedback gaining attention in the music industry, which contained the hit singles titled Gotta Get It and Ride 2 Die LOVE featuring Lady Boricua also known as Lady B.

Paul Donald Wight II also known as Big Show & Joél Célestin Filsaime also known as J-Pimp in January 1, 2010 at Miami International Airport

J-Pimp & Big Show at Miami International Airport on December 18, 2009.

He released his second Mix Tape in January 2006 titled Tha Pimp Of Tha South, which featured Puerto Rican reggaeton recording artist Lady B, successful hit single All My Lady's, which received significant plays on radio stations in Puerto Rico and Miami. J-Pimp released his first solo single titled K.O. from his upcoming album titled Florida Finest in late 2009, after J-Pimp leaving Crøîx Païx, Léogâne only twelve-days before the Haiti 7.0 earthquake hit the epicenter near the town of Léogâne (Ouest Department) on January 12, 2010., Later recalling his experience as life changing. J-Pimp commented I just was in Haiti a few days ago - Leyogàn radio station interview about my new single (K.O.). The song K.O. reached #1 on the Haitian music charts for 19 weeks including is still a popular song playing on commercial radio stations throughout the country.

THE HIP HOP MAGAZINE By D-Ploy Records

As of 2010, J-Pimp has released his third Mix Tape entitled Now or Never, including released his first HIP HOP MAGAZINE.

2011–14: Career beginnings

J-Pimp at Boca Bob Recording Studio

J-Pimp in vocal booth (2011)

On May 8, 2011., he released his second single and published his first promotional video for his single titled Land Of The Free by J-Pimp, which is offered for sale at Billboard's music store and listed on his sixth studio album titled Florida Finest, his third single titled Presidential Inauguration by J-Pimp earning #82 highest position on radio songs (chart) of the Hot 100 also ranking on the popular website YouTube. Between his fifth and sixth studio albums, J-Pimp took a seven-year hiatus from releasing albums due to prescription sleeping medication.

J-Pimp live performance in Crøîx Païx, Léogâne (2012)

J-Pimp live performance in Crøîx Païx, Léogâne (2012)

In the summer of 2012, J-Pimp undertook a 3-week performance tour through Haiti. All proceeds from the tour were donated to local, private and church-based orphanages while confirming he is working on his sixth studio album titled Florida Finest, which will be released in late 2012. He has released several Mix Tapes, Soundtracks and Greatest Hits as well as Independent albums.

On August 6, 2013., he released D-Ploy Records Presents: J-Pimp Greatest Hits Vol.2, which received positive reviews almost immediately exceeding sales of one hundred thousand copies worldwide. In 2014, he was established as one of the most successful independent record label owners in the world generating approximately $93,000.00 in annual revenue since 2004. He is among the most critically acclaimed musicians with over 792 million digital records sold worldwide.

On November 4, 2014., J-Pimp rose to prominence with his self-released independent debut EP album titled Real Music as a digital download, which reached over 10,000 downloads within a few hours to critical and commercial success that produced global chart-topping singles such as Rise & Grind has gained insurmountable recognition for his seemingly pristine lyrics and blended of English-based creole rap style including his successful hit single titled Pussy Poppin' became an international hit single topping the Top 10 charts on SoundClick and Australia.

2015–present: Breakthrough artist

By the start of 2015, On February 4, 2015., J-Pimp released his first solo single titled Block Music on his Mix Tape Vol.4 as a free download on SoundClick, which reached #5 on the Bass Rap charts. On February 14, 2015., D-Ploy Records published the music video from his SoundClick chart-topping single titled Block Music on the popular website YouTube. In March 2015, J-Pimp announced that the album title of his fourth Mix Tape Vol.4 would not be release until the songs are completed for the album and will be released through SoundClick. In September 2016, he released his fourth Mix Tape Vol.4 album as a free digital download on SoundClick.

Cool Points by J-Pimp (album cover)

K.O. by J-Pimp (motion picture) in March 2015

On June 15, 2015., J-Pimp released his new single titled AllNite published on YouTube. The music video for AllNite (AllNite by J-Pimp) was directed by Nesley Filsaime. D-Ploy Records recording artist J-Pimp music video AllNite has been gaining much attention on MTV channel in the United States receiving over 10,000 views.

On February 7, 2016., J-Pimp released his third single titled Grind Hard on his Mix Tape Vol.4 released by D-Ploy Records, a SoundClick Top 50 song in HipHop, which earned him his first #1 in Bass Rap charts.

On March 28, 2017., J-Pimp became the first American rapper of Haitian descent directing a hip hop short film for Get Guap (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) song by Bruce Bawss The Don & Daniel South, including J-Pimp produced the record producing, motion graphics and sound recording design for the production video making him the first in music video directing history to be a film director, theatre director and creative director.

As of 29 August 2017, J-Pimp received over 2.6 million plays on SoundCloud for Last Heart Beat featuring Super Nova published by D-Ploy Records.

On July 4, 2019., D-Ploy Records founders The Fils-Aime Brothers and Livelihood founder Ashley Biden have publicly announced their new business venture, which may also be considered a verbal agreement by both companies to re-launch Livelihood clothing brand in the United States and Haiti.

On July 13, 2019., J-Pimp used the nickname ThaPimpOfThaSouth, during live streaming on social networking service Tagged with over 880 viewers watching live as he was freestyle rapping his On Top (single) released by D-Ploy Records, a SoundClick Top 25 song in HipHop, which earned him his first #1 in Freestyle charts.

ThaPimpOfThaSouth is among one of the first Bitcoin trillionaire in 2019

As of August 2019., J-Pimp was among one of the first Bitcoin trillionaire, he invested $100 on cryptocurrency.

On October 16, 2019., J-Pimp gained further recognition with the collaborative single featuring Nick Crenshaw titled Wake N Pray released by D-Ploy Records, a SoundClick Top 25 song in HipHop, which earned him his second #1 in Freestyle charts the same year.

On January 25, 2020., Exactly one year following his mother's death, J-Pimp inherited private property and €$50,000 as part of a medical malpractice settlement in Haiti, he also founded a Haitian-based private-equity firm in Crøîx Païx, Léogâne called Fîlsaîme & Co., which provides growth capital investments operating on an international basis.

On February 19, 2020., J-Pimp declared Lakou Eliasën Ulysse his primary residence.

On June 15, 2020., J-Pimp recorded his second single written by Nick Crenshaw, D-Ploy Records released Eazy Jesus from J-Pimp upcoming EP album which received positive reviews including earning Top 25 HipHop honors on SoundClick, making this song his third #1 in Freestyle charts.

On January 13, 2021., Cool Points by J-Pimp freestyling single garnered attention in the United States of America breaking the record for the most streams for a song on SoundCloud in its first week of release with over 2.2 million plays.

J-Pimp (Music Video for Blazin’ n Loud)

Blazin’ n Loud by J-Pimp (motion picture) in February 2021

On January 31, 2021., J-Pimp recorded his first cover song featuring Nick Crenshaw, Blazin' n Loud published on SoundClick by D-Ploy Records and distributed by Fîlsaîme & Co., the track reached number #1 on the Cover Songs Charts continuously for six weeks and four days overall 46 days. Exactly four weeks later, On February 27, 2021, Blazin’ n Loud (Official Music Video) also premiered on YouTube became popular going viral receiving over 10,000 views in four days.

On May 8, 2021., J-Pimp published his first collaborative single titled Woo Music from his upcoming Mixtape vol.5 released by D-Ploy Records. The collaborative single Woo Music written by Pop Smoke known as Bashar Jackson, alongside J Blunt and J-Pimp, received positive reviews from music critics earning Top 20 song in HipHop honors on SoundClick, making this song his fourth #1 on the Freestyle charts.

During the summer of 2021, J-Pimp travelled to Phoenix, Arizona on 7th of July for a business venture within 24-hours he recorded West Coast Music featuring Nick Crenshaw, he released the collaborative single on July 8, 2021 west coast time zone published on July 9, 2021 by D-Ploy Records earning a SoundClick Top 20 song in HipHop honors making this song his fifth #1 in Freestyle charts. On July 27, 2021, West Coast Music (Official Music Video) also premiered on YouTube became popular going viral receiving over 10,000 views within a week.

West Coast Music by J-Pimp (motion picture) in July 2021

West Coast Music by J-Pimp (motion picture) in July 2021

During his Blazin’ n Loud Tour in the State of Georgia on October 31, 2021., J-Pimp published his second collaborative single titled TALK Shit featuring Molly Brazy from his upcoming Mixtape vol.5, released by D-Ploy Records. The collaborative single TALK Shit written by Molly Brazy, originally titled Pop Shit, received positive reviews earning Top 10 song in HipHop honors on SoundClick making this song his sixth #1 in the Freestyle charts continuously for two weeks and three days overall 17 days as constantly peak #1.

On January 25, 2022., New Year by J-Pimp freestyling single reached number #1 on the Freestyle charts earning a SoundClick Top 20 song in HipHop honors making this song his seventh #1 on the Freestyle charts.

As of February 2022., Mayor Joél Filsaime from the City of Crøîx Païx, Léogâne was incredibly proud to have inaugurated the first tournament-ready stadium Crøîx Païx Soccer Pitch as a notable landmark. On February 10, 2022., Mayor Filsaime announced he was running for re-election and officially filed his campaign with the electoral commission in 2022.

As of 21 March 2022., Upon release for Secret Reason by J-Pimp (featuring Nick Crenshaw & Anu Lil Dread) song going viral broke the first-week streaming records on SoundCloud with over 3.0 million streams worldwide.

On April 17, 2022., Dolemite by J-Pimp freestyling single reached number #1 on the Freestyle charts earning a SoundClick Top 20 song in HipHop honors making this song his eighth #1 on the Freestyle charts.

On June 28, 2022., D-Ploy Records published Lonely Nights by J-Pimp freestyling single reached number #1 on the Freestyle charts making this song his ninth #1 on the Freestyle charts.

During his Dolemite Tour in the State of Florida on September 30, 2022., J-Pimp published his second collaborative single titled Bills Paid featuring Nick Crenshaw from J-Pimp upcoming Mixtape vol.5 released by D-Ploy Records, a SoundClick fast mover rapidly peaking #7 in the HipHop charts making this song his tenth #1 on the Freestyle charts.

He achieves mainstream popularity by gaining eleven #1 songs on the Freestyle charts continuously currently for four weeks and four days overall, or 32 days, as he has constantly topped the charts since October 17, 2022, achieving peak #1 for the next year, 2023, on the Freestyle charts. D-Ploy Records rose to popularity by publishing Thinking About by J-Pimp, a freestyling single that reached number #1, becoming the freestyle highest charting recording artist on SoundClick, a SoundClick fast mover rapidly peaking at #4 in the HipHop charts.

In late October 2022, Mayor Joél Filsaime transitioned into the banking industry predominantly as the founder of GO2bank™ offering banking services to middle-class Americans, he is also credited as the first inventor and founder of Banque de l'West Indies in early March 2021.

Crowd J38-AGB2 logo

Crowd J38-AGB2 logo

As of November 2022, Air Crøîx Païx was purchase by Mayor Joél Filsaime, logo Crowd J38-AGB2 airline is currently 100% owned by the Government of Crøîx Païx available in over 95 languages and more than 10 countries operated airports including Algeria, Brazil, Canada, Ethiopia, Haiti, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Mexico, United States, Vietnam, Papua, Papua New Guinea, Guinea, Highland Papua, Central Papua, South Papua, Western New Guinea and Republic of Ecuador.

On February 26, 2023., LyfeStyle by J-Pimp freestyling single reached number #1 on the Freestyle charts earning a SoundClick Top 25 song in HipHop honors making this song his twelfth #1 on the Freestyle charts.

As of March 2023., J-Pimp is currently the manager of HOT2100 radio show, hosted by “Queen Sheba” on-air personality bringing you the mid day show broadcasting on the HOT2100 radio station based in City of Atlanta from 11am to 2pm from Thursday – Sunday as a nationally syndicated radio show Bringing You What’s Your Frequency, HOT2100 radio station is an app entity indirectly owned by Joél Filsaime, Fîlsaîme & Co. a company holding interests in leading international music, media and entertainment companies.

On March 16, 2023., J-Pimp and LaidyAraya released a collaborative single titled Money Callin' published on SoundClick by D-Ploy Records and distributed by Fîlsaîme & Co. the track reached number #1 on the Freestyle charts.

Inside EverBank Stadium 2023

Inside the EverBank Stadium 2023, announcing that J-Pimp's freestyling reached over 1.01 million plays in its first week for an original song titled She's Not published by D-Ploy Records

As of August 21, 2023, D-Ploy Records crafted an original song titled She's Not by J-Pimp freestyling that was published on SoundCloud, gaining attention for his explicit lyrics and going viral, reaching over 1.01 million plays in its first week. It was officially announced on August 26, 2023, during the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL pre-season game against the Miami Dolphins, which J-Pimp attended in Downtown Jacksonville at EverBank Stadium.

October 24, 2023, Ain't A Rapper by J-Pimp freestyling single reached number #1 on the Freestyle charts released by D-Ploy Records, holding the record for the most number #1 songs on the Freestyle charts published on SoundClick, a SoundClick fast mover rapidly peaking at #5 in the HipHop charts, making this song his fourteenth #1 on the Freestyle charts.

While establishing his business headquarters for the record company D-Ploy Records in Downtown Jacksonville, Florida, on January 13, 2024, J-Pimp and Nick Crenshaw collaborated on recording a new song titled Stand on Business released by D-Ploy Records, a SoundClick fast mover rapidly peaking at #7 in the HipHop charts, making this song his second #1 in the Positive Vibes charts.

As of March 6, 2024, Ain't A Rapper (Freestyle) by J-Pimp single releases on YouTube debuted at number #1 on the YouTube Music TOP 10, becoming his first song to reach the top spot of the music chart.

Joél known as J-Pimp

On April 2, 2024, Me & You by J-Pimp (featuring Cassie Ventura) freestyling single reached number #1 on the Freestyle charts released by D-Ploy Records, holding the record for the most number #1 songs on the Freestyle charts published on SoundClick, making this song his fifteenth #1 on the Freestyle charts, a SoundClick fast mover rapidly peaking at #6 in the HipHop charts.

As of May 3, 2024, Never Lose Me by J-Pimp (featuring Flo Milli) has reached #1 on the Bass Rap chart, making this song his second #1 on the Bass Rap charts, a SoundClick fast mover rapidly peaked at #1 on the Bass Rap chart within 7 hours of its release date. He achieved mainstream popularity again, occurring at peak #1 on the Bass Rap charts continuously for eight weeks and two days overall, for a total of 58 days nonstop, as well as continuously peaking at #1 on the Bass Rap charts since May 3, 2024.

J-Pimp as the next America's Next Top Hitmaker

As of June 30, 2024., J-Pimp has been selected to win by voting on July 1st to appear on America's Next Top Hitmaker for a chance to appear in Rolling Stone, win $10,000, and perform at Rolling Stone's Future of Music in Austin, Texas.

Production equipment

MTV 2022 (brand version)

MTV 2022 (brand version)

J-Pimp uses a variety of production equipment to create beats, rhythmic variation, and sound effects. His gear includes the Kawai K5000, Akai MPC Live II Retro Edition Music Production Workstation, Studio One 5, FL Studio, Yamaha MODX8, Magix Music Maker, SOUND FORGE Audio Studio 14, eJay DJMixStation, and Kurzweil K2000. His vocals have been described as unique and strong. MTV wrote that J-Pimp music demonstrates N.W.A.-like harmonious rhymes to create a unique blending of gangsta rap and freestyle rap.

Aptitude skills

The skills of music in Freestyle rap and Rapping
Image Skill Level
Rapping Rapping 9
Rapping Vocals 11
Rapping Performance 14
Rapping Danceability 8
Rapping Memorable 9
Rapping Energy 9
Rapping Mass appeal 13

Political career

Crøîx Païx Mayoral history

On 31 August 2022, a senior electoral council official announced that Mayor Filsaime has been chosen for another term as the mayor of Crøîx Païx, Léogâne. Mayor Filsaime was unanimously re-elected without opposition and won mayoral seat with more than 92% of Crøîx Païx, Léogâne governing council vote. His election campaign included a promise to rebuild government infrastructure and renew educational services.

Croix-des-Pères Mayor general election, 2022
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent Joél Célestin Filsaime 22,785 94.87 Crøîx Païx, Léogâne
RDNP Eric Jean Baptiste 4,163 5.13

Wealth

In 2019, his wealth briefly surpassed €$10 billion and his net worth was reported to be €$12.9 billion officially ranking him the second-billionaire person in Haiti.

As of June 2020, his wealth has increased by 47.5% to $13.9 billion, leaving him with a net worth of $14.6 billion and officially became the first Haitian American billionaire making him the wealthiest person in Haiti since 2020.

In February 2021, J-Pimp was reported to currently have a net worth exceeding $15 billion, his net worth was registered at approximately $15.2 billion and $15.8 billion as of 12th June from banking experts of Banque de l'West Indies.

Fîlsaîme & Co.™ yearly revenue payment $700,000

Fîlsaîme & Co.™ yearly revenue payment since 2020

His wealth in 2020–21 terms, net worth equal that of 5.9 million Haitians yearly revenue. J-Pimp's net worth increased by $3.6 billion from February 2021 to February 2022. His net worth had risen to $19.4 billion as of February 2022 and has been continuing to increased since pre Fîlsaîme & Co. industrial era making him valued at €$19.8 billion as of 4th June.

In February 2023, J-Pimp net worth increased by 44.6% to $21.4 billion, primarily from his ownership stakes in Bwè Dlø Prentan Natirèl, MARIGWANÂ KI BON and D-Ploy Records. J-Pimp's wealth rose by 31.7% in 2023, leaving him with $28.1 billion as of 31st July. His family is also considered the richest family in the State of Crøîx Païx.

In March 2024, J-Pimp was reported to currently have a net worth exceeding $30 billion, his net worth was registered at approximately Φ33.2 billion as of March 8 by banking experts at the Banque de l'West Indies. On 5 June 2024, J-Pimp regained the status of the wealthiest person in Haiti, with his net worth climbing to Φ38.4 billion.

Annual estimates of J-Pimp's net worth
Year Billions Change Year Billions Change
2019 12.9 Steady 0.0% 2020 14.6 Increase 47.5%
2021 15.8 Increase 96.04% 2022 19.8 Increase 88.37%
2023 28.1 Steady 28.10% 2024 38.4 Increase 43.41%
Additional reference(s): Fîlsaîme & Co. Billionaires Index
Haitian American billionaire --J-Pimp--

Personal life

Filsaime Family House in Crøîx Païx, Léogâne

Lakou Eliasën Ulysse known as Filsaime Family House, where Georgette Oscar Filsaime (b. 7 May 1961 - d. 25 January 2019) grave site (cemetery) and J-Pimp currently lives in Crøîx Païx, Léogâne

According to unconfirmed reports, J-Pimp (rapper) is currently in a relationship with Anya Duvalier and is rumored to have endorsed her brother Nicolas Duvalier's 2022 presidential campaign in Haiti. In early August 2020, after breaking off the affair with Ashley Biden, the daughter of Vice President Joe Biden, J-Pimp began seeing Angela Simmons; he is also recognized as Jhonni Blaze, a personal fitness trainer. Beginning August 2022, this has turned into a romantic love affair on social media.

He is a close personal friend of Sinaloa Cartel founder and leader Juan José Esparragoza Moreno, who explained to J-Pimp his current legal situation with the Mexican government, and the Federal Government of Mexico reportedly stated El Azul died of a heart attack, including his family problems, allegedly his kids, and multiple wives.

Awards and nominations

Year Award Nominated work Category Result
2003 The Ringer PIMP WAYZ VOL 1. The Best Albums of 2003 Won
2005 Billboard (magazine) The Average Joe Top 100 most popular albums Won
2016 SoundClick Grind Hard Bass Rap Charts Won
2019 SoundClick On Top Freestyle Charts Won
2019 SoundClick Wake N Pray Freestyle Charts Won
2020 SoundClick Eazy Jesus Freestyle Charts Won
2021 SoundClick Blazin' n Loud Cover Songs Charts Won
2021 SoundClick Woo Music Freestyle Charts Won
2021 SoundClick West Coast Music Freestyle Charts Won
2021 SoundClick TALK Shit Freestyle Charts Won
2021 SoundClick Spirit in Disguise Christian Rap Charts Won
2022 SoundClick New Year Freestyle Charts Won
2022 SoundClick Dolemite Freestyle Charts Won
2022 SoundClick Lonely Nights Freestyle Charts Won
2022 SoundClick GOD DID REMIX Positive Vibes Charts Won
2022 SoundClick Bills Paid Freestyle Charts Won
2022-2023 SoundClick Thinking About Freestyle Charts Won
2023 SoundClick LyfeStyle Freestyle Charts Won
2023 SoundClick Money Callin' Freestyle Charts Won
2023 SoundClick Ain't A Rapper Freestyle Charts Won
2024 SoundClick Stand on Business Positive Vibes Charts Won
2024 SoundClick Me & You Freestyle Charts Won
2024 SoundClick Never Lose Me Bass Rap Charts Won
Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US US R&B UK US BG 200 US Rap US R&B HipHop R&B HT
2012 K.O. 1 Florida Finest
2012 Presidential Inauguration 82 Florida Finest
2020 Pussy Punisher 69 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Pussy Punisher
2022 Dolemite 6 2 1 1 1 1 1 Dolemite
2024 Ain't A Rapper (Freestyle) 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ain't A Rapper (Freestyle)
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Other awards

J-Pimp is listed as having a Guinness World Record for "Most Successful Rapper" in 2024, as he was the producer of singles and albums that charted for 6 years on SoundClick in 2024.

The record label D-Ploy Records, holding the record for the most number #1 songs on the Freestyle charts published on SoundClick, became the first person to produce fifteen number #1 songs on the Freestyle charts, becoming the youngest rapper at age 39, achieved by Joél Filsaime, known as US rapper J-Pimp, for Φ33.2 billion in the State of Crøîx Païx on 8 April 2024‎.

Discography

Album Released Type Label as...
First Start 2000 Studio J-Pimp
Sunn Down 2001 Studio J-Pimp
Hectic World 2002 Studio Loud Boyz J-Pimp
PIMP WAYZ VOL 1. 2003 Studio D-Ploy Records J-Pimp
The Average Joe 2005 Studio D-Ploy/CD Baby J-Pimp
Florida Finest 2012 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Real Music 2014 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
All Nite 2016 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
The World Is Yours 2017 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Master of Ceremony 2018 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
J-Pimp 2018 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Crøîx Païx 2019 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
PIMP WAYZ VOL 1. 2020 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Pimp Next Door 2021 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Pimp Wayz, Vol. 2 2023 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Single Released Type Label as...
Tha Pimp Of Tha South 2020 Studio Fîlsaîme & Co. J-Pimp
Pussy Punisher 2020 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Drop Top 2020 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Live Performance in Haiti (Live) 2020 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Cool Points 2021 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
West Coast Music 2021 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
New Year 2022 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Secret Reason 2022 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Dolemite 2022 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Lonely Nights 2022 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Bills Paid 2022 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
She's Not 2023 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Ain't A Rapper 2024 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp
Whyne On Me 2024 Studio D-Ploy J-Pimp

Compilation albums

Collaboration albums

Official mixtapes

  • 2004: Mixtape vol.1 (Loud Boyz Ent.)
  • 2006: Mixtape vol.2 (Tha Pimp Of Tha South)
  • 2010: Mixtape vol.3 (Now or Never)
  • 2016: Mixtape vol.4 (Prince-au-Léogâne)

Tours

As a headliner

  • Blazin’ n Loud Tour (2021)
  • Dolemite Tour (2022)
  • Creole Cartel Tour (2024)

Music videos

 	J-Pimp_-_K.O._(OFFICIAL_MUSIC_VIDEO) 	 			  
  • 2015: J-Pimp - K.O. (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)
 	J-Pimp_-_AllNite_(OFFICIAL_MUSIC_VIDEO) 	 			  
  • 2015: J-Pimp - AllNite (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)
 	J-Pimp_-_Rise_&_Grind_(OFFICIAL_MUSIC_VIDEO) 	 			  
  • 2016: J-Pimp - Rise & Grind (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)

External links

Ancestry

Estate Star Réserve
Ancestors of J-Pimp
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
16. Unknown
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8. Andre Filsaime
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
17. Unknown
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
4. Lebien Filsaime (1920-2019)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
18. Unknown
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9. Unknown
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
19. Unknown
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2. Barthol Filsaime
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
20. Sylvain Louis-Sylvain legal family name Sylvain (1880–1940) legally (1872-1922)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10. Sylvain Louis legal name changed Franck Sylvain (1910–1957) legally (1909-1987)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
21. Suzanne Louis-Sylvain legal name changed Suzanne Comhaire-Sylvain (1885–1950) legally (1898-1975)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
5. Erzili Louis (1941-1989)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
22. Adam Marcel Adams
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
11. Cecile Adams
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23. Sonette Pavy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1. Joél Célestin Filsaime, Mayor of Crøîx Païx, Léogâne
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
24. Eliasian Oscar
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
12. Célestin Oscar
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
25. Unknown
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
6. Elias Célestin Oscar (1912-2005)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
26. Unknown
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
13. Celia Miracle Lazar
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
27. Unknown
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3. Georgette Oscar Filsaime (1961-2019)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
28. Unknown
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
14. Vemil Ulysse
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
29. Eliasën Ulysse
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7. Hermilise Ulysse (1925-2003)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
30. Unknown
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
15. SeSe Emilia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
31. Domilia Domenzain
 
 
 
 
 
 
Preceded by:
Position established
Mayor of Crøîx Païx
January 19, 2015 - present
Succeeded by:
Incumbent

Preceded by:
Position established
State of Crøîx Païx
January 19, 2023 - present
Succeeded by:
Incumbent

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