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|Birth name||Jason DeFord|
|Born||Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.|
Jelly Roll's 2010 collaboration "Pop Another Pill" with Memphis rapper Lil Wyte reached over 1 million YouTube views. This song led to the SNO group album Year Round released on the Hypnotize Minds label in April 2011 and produced by DJ Paul and Juicy J. SNO's song "Come Here White Girl" was named among "The 10 Most Memorable White Rapper Collaborations" by XXL.
Jelly Roll released numerous mixtapes including the Gamblin' on a Whiteboy series and the Therapeuitic Music series. His independently released debut solo studio album The Big Sal Story was released on October 26, 2012. He released two collaborative albums with Haystak, two collaborative albums with Lil Wyte, three collaborative albums with Struggle Jennings and one album under the group SNO with Lil Wyte and BPZ.
Jelly Roll's mixtape Whiskey, Weed, & Women was originally named Whiskey, Weed, & Waffle House, but was later changed after the restaurant threatened legal action over the use of their name and logo on the cover. The replacement cover featured a "cease and desist" stamp in place of the Waffle House logo.
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions|
|US R&B||US Rap||US Indie||US Heat.|
|Year Round (with Lil Wyte & BPZ)||
|Strictly Business (with Haystak)||
|The Big Sal Story||
|No Filter (with Lil Wyte)||
|Business As Usual (with Haystak)||
|No Filter 2 (with Lil Wyte)||
|Waylon & Willie (with Struggle Jennings)||
|Waylon & Willie II (with Struggle Jennings)||
|Waylon & Willie III (with Struggle Jennings)||
|Whiskey Sessions II||
|Crosses & Crossroads||
|Gamblin on a White Boy 4||
|Mid-Grade Miracle (The Boston George Story)||
|Whiskey, Weed & Women||
|Therapeutic Music 5||
- "The 10 Most Memorable White Rapper Collaborations - XXL". XXL. January 26, 2011. Retrieved April 16, 2019.
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- Tishgart, Sierra (June 14, 2013). "Waffle House Screwed Over Its Biggest Fan, a Rapper Named Jelly Roll". Grub Street. New York Magazine. Retrieved April 16, 2019.
- "Jelly Roll Chart History". Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Retrieved April 16, 2019.
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- "Jelly Roll Chart History". Independent Albums. Retrieved April 16, 2019.
- "Jelly Roll Chart History". Heatseekers Albums. Retrieved April 16, 2019.