Since being a finalist on the second season of NBC's The Voice, more and more people are starting to notice Jamar Rogers. Whether it's his passionate work with the HIV/AIDS community or his uplifting story of triumph over a meth addiction, crowds around the world are captivated by his authenticity and enthusiasm. His voice has been called "the Otis Redding of our time" and his musical style fuses old soul, rockabilly rock and southern blues made for a contemporary audience. Now with his first release on Tommy Boy Entertainment, "Drink of You", he's ready to show the world what a real singer can do. He's electrified audiences in South Africa and stunned a host of politicians and dignitaries in Washington DC. He's also shared the stage with CeeLo Green, Jennifer Hudson, Sheryl Lee Ralph and was called "the soul of this generation" by the late, iconic Phil Ramone. "Drink of You" is a song you won't be able to stop singing, and feeling, long after the first listen.