Jam 9

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Also known as Fan-mon
Origin Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan
Genres Hip hop, rock, pop
Years active 2003 (2003)–present
Labels Dreamusic Incorporated
Website jam9-net.com
Members Giz 'Mo

Jam9 is a Japanese band formed in 2003 and currently signed with the record company Dreamusic, Inc. It is based in Hamamatsu. Their music is mostly hip-hop. They began by playing at local music bars and released several records independently before signing with Dreamusic. Their first album with a major label, Kizuna (2011), reached number 77 on the Oricon album chart.[1] In 2009, a song from their indie album, Rookie Players, served as a tie-in song for the J League team Shimizu S-Pulse's summer home game events.[2]


  • Giz 'Mo (ギズモ?) – MC
  • Prince.YK (プリンス・ワイケー?) – MC
  • Mocky (モッキー?) – DJ


  1. ^ "Kizuna". Orikon geinōjin jiten. Oricon. Retrieved 4 January 2012. 
  2. ^ "HOT samā adobenchā". Shimizu S-Pulse. Retrieved 4 January 2012. 

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