Jamar Rogers, the former Voice contestant and a current general in the POZ Army, has released his first studio single, “Where Would I Be Without You,” according to The Bay Area Reporter (BAR). Rogers, 30, publicly disclosed on the singing competition show that he has HIV. Rogers wants his single to be a thankful letter to the people who loved him during his crystal meth addiction. He has been sober for seven years. Rogers plans to move to Los Angeles to concentrate on his music career. He will be a keynote speaker at the XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington, DC, later this month.

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