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f**k it i’ll do it myself

Release date: 10.23.19

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October 23, 2019

Jae Stephens’ debut EP 'f**k it i’ll do it myself' Is Out Today

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September 25, 2019

Emerging R&B Futurist Jae Stephens Releases Sultry Satire "hate L.A."

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September 18, 2019

Jae Stephens is "R&B's next crossover star"

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August 28, 2019

Jae Stephens Releases Independence Anthem "Girl No More"

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Throughout the last few years, Jae's become an in-demand writer for other artsits, spending considerable time in the studio with top and Grammy-award winning producers like Hit- Boy (Travis Scott, Beyonce), Rahki (Kendrick Lamar), Brasstracks (Chance The Rapper), J White (Cardi B), Digi (Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q), Julio Bashmore (Dirty Bird Records) and Cadenza (Sean Paul, Lily Allen).

Jae gained momentum by sharing her music on Tumblr and quickly moved to LA to pursue a career as a singer-songwriter. Drawing inspiration from old school R&B artists and gospel artists - Monica, Brandy, and Yolanda Adams - that her parents introduced her to as a child, Jae’s own music has expanded widely into an explosion of pop and alternative r&b with subtle electronic influences. Having spent substantial time in the UK, working with Bruno Major for their collaborative track “Every Time,” and other London-based producers, Jae was attracted to British production styles that felt relaxed and low pressure. She felt encouraged to try several different avenues for her music as opposed to being pushed to get it right every time - significantly impacting her voice as a new artist and rising star. Jae's recently transitioned into producing all of her own records in order to achieve a truer, more cohesive and original sound.



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