Nigerian rapper, Jesse Garba Abaga popular as ‘Jesse Jagz’ has tied the nuptial knot with his girlfriend, Tolu.

The wedding held in a very private wedding ceremony in Plateau State. The ceremony was attended by his family members and a few friends.

Jesse Garba Abaga (born August 10, 1984), known professionally as Jesse Jagz, is a Nigerian rapper, record producer and songwriter. He signed a record deal with Chocolate City in 2010 and released his debut studio album Jag of All Tradez that same year. He voluntarily exited the Chocolate City deal in 2013 and announced the launch of his independent label, Jagz Nation. Jagz released his second studio album Jagz Nation, Vol.1.

Thy Nation Come in 2013; it included singles such as “Redemption”, “Bad Girl”, “Sex & Scotch” and “God on the Mic”. His third studio album, Jagz Nation Vol. 2: Royal Niger Company ,was released in 2014. He returned to Chocolate City in 2015 but left the label again prior to releasing his fourth studio album Odysseus in 2017. In May 2020, he released a 5-track EP titled Garba.

Jesse Garba Abaga was born on August 10, 1984, to Chris and Lydia Abaga. He grew up in Jos and is a member of Taraba State’s Jukun ethnic group. His father is a pastor and his mother is a gospel artist and counselor. He joined his church’s choir at the age of 7 and later learned to play the drums on his parents’ drum kit.

He recorded an unreleased album with the short-lived music group Gospel Insanity in 2003. A year later, Abaga formed the group Eleven Thirty; they enjoyed local success before disbanding in 2006. Jesse Jagz’s first solo record “Africa” was released in 2006, topping the charts of several local radio stations in northern Nigeria. In 2007, three of his singles had similar success, peaking within the Top 10 on several radio charts in the region.

Jesse Jagz has produced songs for several artists, including Majek Fashek, M.I Abaga, Banky W, Ice Prince, Mode 9, and Proverb and Dekunle Fuji. In February 2009, he represented Nigeria at the Sauti Za Busara Music Festival.