Born on May 4th in Chicago, Illinois, Alias John Brown adopted his moniker from a light-hearted interaction with a friend, inspired by the historical figure John Brown the Abolitionist. As AJB immersed himself in the world of rap, his chosen alias became a defining element in his journey. Transitioning from the underground Hip-Hop scene in Chicago, Alias John Brown later relocated to the Bay Area in California.

Widely acknowledged in the industry, Alias John Brown has released several projects, showcasing his diverse musical prowess. Notable among these are "For the Non-Believers," "The American Nightmare H1N1," and "Retribution," an EP that stands testament to his evolving artistry. Additionally, his body of work includes impactful singles such as "Huslin and Grindin," "Mind Control," and more.

Renowned for his proficiency in freestyling and polished stage presence, Alias John Brown has shared the stage with an array of acclaimed artists. Notable performances include opening for Wu Tang, E-40, Young Buck, Tech 9, Too Short, Hopsin, Twista, The Outlaws, Bone Thugz N Harmony, Mistah FAB, Andre Nickatina, The Jacka, San Quinn, Equipto, Shawna, Crucial Conflict, and Q-Billah.

With an unwavering commitment to authenticity and a genuine portrayal of life's realities, Alias John Brown continues to carve his path in the hip-hop landscape. Stay tuned for his upcoming projects, a testament to his dedication and artistic evolution.