In a time when pop stars come a dime a dozen, 20 year old singer/songwriter, Josh Hollin, under the moniker PAJAMA JOSH is anything but ordinary. After having spent most of his formative years growing up in the western family oriented town known as Missoula, Montana, Josh found himself traveling back to his home state of Maryland. It is here where he rekindled his passion for RnB/Hip Hop and began to establish himself as an artist in his own right. Josh attended the prestigious Barbara Ingram School for the Arts, in Hagerstown Maryland where he was classically trained as an upright bassist and also served as the assistant principal bassist in the Maryland All-State Orchestra. Josh continues his studies as a Commercial Music major at Florida Atlantic University, and serves as Vice President of the student run record label, Hoot/Wisdom Recordings. In addition, Josh has worked behind the scenes as a Channel Kindness reporter for Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation and has also worked as a College Rep at RED Music which is a distribution service that exists under the Sony Music umbrella.
Josh describes his stage name “PAJAMA JOSH,” as a way to feel more like himself, similar to how one would feel after putting on their pajamas after a long day of work. He says, “The second I get home, I’m in my boxers and white robe because it’s how I get back a sense of freedom in my life. This is exactly how I want people to feel when they listen to my music.” His latest single “Home,” is available on all music platforms worldwide.
No matter where his music may take him next, one thing is for certain: His old soul, sick beats and unconventional approach to making what some may consider conventional music is what makes PAJAMA JOSH Pop Music’s latest guilty pleasure.
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