From the United States Marine Corps to a Los Angeles-Based Musician 6

From the United States Marine Corps to a Los Angeles-Based Musician

From the United States Marine Corps to a Los Angeles-Based Musician 5

Isaiah Leon Justice, professionally known as Justice on the beat or Justice (born April 4, 1992) is a Los Angeles-based music producer, artist, song writer, photographer, videographer, and entertainer. 

Early Life

Isaiah Leon Justice was born in Camden, New Jersey, on April 4, 1992 from two African American parents. Upon release from Cooper hospital, Justice and his mother lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. When he was 3 years old his mother decided to start a new life and moved them two to Allendale, South Carolina which he lived on a farm. His mother built his first basketball court out of a milk crate for a rim which she punctured a hole through the bottom and a piece of plywood as the backboard. Following, his mother nailed the modified basketball rim and backboard to a wooden pole. His mother taught him to farm and care for the cattle they had. 

After approximately 6 months they relocated to Detroit, Michigan which his mother and him stayed with their cousin. Justice and his mother only stayed there for a few months then relocated back to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1996, his father sent him a Dallas Cowboys jersey of Emmitt Smith which he became a die hard fan since then. In 2000, his mother and father got married. Justice was raised in a church as a Christian which his Mother is now a Pastor and his father was a Minister. 


Justice attend Camden County Technical High School (Pennsauken Campus) also known as Penn-Tech from (2007-2011) which he graduated from. Additionally, he has 4 Associates Degrees from College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita, California. His degrees are Liberal Arts & Science General Education, Liberal Arts & Science Health Science Emphasis, Liberal Arts & Science Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Psychology AA-T which he obtained in 1 year of schooling. He is now transferred to a California State University for Psychology to obtain his Bachelor’s Degree. Afterwards he plans to obtain his Masters in Psychology to become a Psychologist. 

United States Marine Corps

Justice served in the United States Marine Corps from (March 26, 2012-March 6, 2019). His boot camp was aboard Parris Island, South Carolina which he trained for 3 months and graduated as a Marine the rank of E-1/Private (June 19, 2012). Upon graduation he had 10 days to spend time with his love ones. Private (Pvt.) Justice attended Marine Combat Training (MCT) aboard Camp Geiger, North Carolina where he learned basic combat rifleman in order to prepare for global deployment in the operating forces. He attended this training for 29 days. Upon MCT graduation he went to his Military Occupational Speciality (MOS) school to become a Combat Engineer (1371). Pvt Justice was in Basic Combat Engineer school for 3 months aboard Courthouse Bay, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. His job as a Combat Engineer consists of building, repairing, roads, maintain buildings, explosives for both construction and demolition projects. Additionally, clear mine fields such as Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), anti-tank mines and many more. (October 1, 2012) he is now promoted to E-2/Private First Class (PFC) which he received orders to be stationed aboard 1st Marine Division, 3rd Combat Engineer Battalion in Twenty-nine Palms, California.  

PFC Justice had 6 months of training at his first duty station before deploying on his 21st birthday (April 4, 2013) to Afghanistan. PFC Justice served 7 months in Afghanistan searching for Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs). (May 1, 2013) he was promoted to E-3/Lance Corporal then promoted to E-4/Corporal (Non-Commissioned Officer) May 1, 2014 which he received orders to Marine Wing Squadron Detachment (MWSD-273) in Beaufort, South Carolina. He had orders for 1st Combat Engineer Battalion aboard Camp Pendleton, California but switched orders to be closer to his father with a heart condition. (December 1, 2015) he was promoted to E-5/Sergeant then received orders to Recruiting Duty. Sergeant (Sgt) Justice was stationed aboard Recruiting Station Los Angeles in Los Angeles, California where he recruited qualified applicants to join the United States Marine Corps. 

Seen here is Justice on the beat (Sergeant Justice) & Sergeant Major Green on the United States Marine Corps Ball November 10, 2018 


Justice on the beat received his business license to start Forever Justice Productions LLC (June 2019). This business consists of music production, photography, videography and entertainment. Justice on the beat was determined to standout with his business. He invested in this entire business on his own. Within a year of business you could witness him with multiple celebrities such as Sean Combs (Diddy), Noreaga, Desiigner, Spectacular (Pretty Ricky), Larrance Dopson (Rance 1500), Mike Free,  Inasx, Slim Jxmmi, John Gabbana (Boonk Gang), and many more. 

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Seen here is Justice on the beat & Sean Combs (Diddy) on October 27, 2019 

Personal Life

Justice is the youngest of 5. He has 2 brothers and 2 sisters. Additionally, he has son born in 2017 who is African American and Mexican decent. Justice father passed away (March 10, 2020) which you will hear him refer to his dad in his songs as “Mr.Tim”. Timothy is his father name and he wants his fans to know his father name and how much he meant to him. 


Media Contact
Company Name: Forever Justice Productions LLC
Contact Person: Isaiah Justice (Justice On The Beat)
Email: Send Email
City: Santa Clarita
State: CA
Country: United States

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