- Jacob O'Neal Latimore, Jr
August 10, 1996 (age 25)
- Actor, Singer, Dancer
- Latitia Taylor, Jacob Latimore, Sr.
Jacob O'Neal Latimore, Jr. (born August 10, 1996) is an American R&B recording artist and actor.
Jacob’s father and uncles make up the The Latimore Brothers. By the time the singer/dancer turned 9-years old he knew he wanted to pursue a career in the music industry.
Latimore performed on Maury, on the "Most Talented Kids" (2006) episode. In 2007, he and his family moved from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Atlanta, Georgia to take his career to the next level. That year, his single "Superstar".
In order to keep his music career on the right track, he moved to Atlanta in 2007. Jacob’s team set up a premiere showcase to introduce him to the Atlanta music scene as he performed for executives and tastemakers. The showcase attracted Grammy award winning producer Rodney Jerkins and R&B singer Lloyd and introduced him to producers Corna Boys and Rico Love, who produced his second viral single “Superstar” that charted on Billboard R&B and Hip Hop Sales Charts.
Latimore has cited Usher, Ne-Yo, Chris Brown, Michael Jackson, Mario, and The Temptations as influences.