Journalist. What first got you into music?
I was encauraged in elementary school by my friend named Shelbe Davis. We were freestyle queens and kings in elementary school. We used to rap and make beats on tables. I had support at home from my older sister Alma Davis and my older brothers Charles and Quienten Davis. Alma and Charles were rappers and Quienten was a singer. So I heard it at home 24/7. My mom used to have my younger sister, Tiana Blue and I sing at nursing homes, and funerals. I remember like it was yesterday. All my mom had to say to us was “Hit a note” and we would sing like birds.
Journalist. Who inspired you to make music?
As a young creator, I make timeless music.Music that will stand the test of time. So it’s not really a who, but what. I’m inspired by love.
Journalist. How would you describe the music that you typically create?
Jaee creates music from the heart. Who better to explain the way a woman thinks and behaves then another woman? Jaee The Artist connects with women from life and first hand experience as a woman. She uses this to heal past traumas buried deep in the emotions of women and helps the fellas better understand their role in the experience. The goal is for the fellas to feel comfortable loving, understanding and connecting with a woman. Rather it’s his mom, aunt, niece, cousin, sister, daughter, wife, friend or partner. Jaee The Artist is deeply rooted in her feminine energy, but balances out with her masculine energy.
Journalist. What is your creative process like?
I freestyle, I say whatever comes to mind. Everything has energy, Once I hear a beat, I pay attention to how it makes me feel and where it takes my energy. My words just follow.
Journalist. Who would you most like to collaborate with? Who would I open for?
Dej Loaf, K Camp, Patti Labelle and Roddy Rich
I’ve been gender neutral since freshman year of college. I attract men and women and honestly, I don’t have a preference. If I can vibe with you. We golden. A lot of my male friends came to me for advice about females. I figured, I can show you better than I can tell you. From there I’ve been making solid connections and staying in my own lane. I dress how I want, I get what I want. I also work hard for what I want. We all have that one that try to take advantage, but I deal with them accordingly. If it no longer serves you or your energy, let it go. Respectfully.
Journalist. What is one message you would give to your fans?
Do every positive thing you say you are going to do. Walk with integrity.
Listen to understand.
You’re not going to agree with everybody, and that’s okay.
Do what makes you happy. Follow your heart, put God first.
Take care of yourself.
If YOU approve and took all things into considerations, go for it. Just remember, art is whatever you want it to be. Take your time, be open and take and give constructive criticism.
Journalist. Do you sing in the shower? What songs?
Of course. The songs very, but for the most part it’s patti labelle, Luther vandross or Anita baker. Any song by any of the listed artists you can catch me singing at the top of my lungs.
Journalist. Where have you performed? Do you have any upcoming shows?
Almost all over the U.S ! Next show is September 19th at the Mint La located in Los Angeles California. Pull up
Journalist. How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?
You can become an overnight sensation. It takes one post to go viral. Plenty of shares and remixes and you are golden. I’ve witnessed it.
Journalist. What is your favorite song to perform?
Jaee The Artist – Different
Jaee The Artist – Bliss Out
Journalist. What’s next for you?
Jaee The Artist – The Queen of Trap&Soul
Singer, Songwriter & Producer – Triple Threat
Make more bangers, Create Community Events and touring. A few cities in mind, to be added reach out to my booking team at www.jaeetheartist.com
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Introducing Poetic Muse, a rising female artist from the West Coast who is set to make waves in the music industry with her unique blend of poetry and captivating lyrics. Her emotive work not only resonates with audiences but also empowers and inspires women worldwide.
With a background in artist management and development, Poetic Muse is no stranger to hard work and dedication. Hailing from Los Angeles, she draws inspiration from her personal experiences, family, and influential West Coast female artists like Lady of Rage, Sylke Fine, and YoYo. Her artistic journey began in her youth, hustling on the streets of Las Vegas where she and her friends would write raps, using their daily struggles as fuel for their dreams of making it big in the music industry. Over time, her music evolved into a more personal and poetic expression, providing an outlet to vent emotions, express feelings, and connect with others.
In July 2021, Poetic Muse released the first four poems in her series titled “Phenomenal I Am,” inspired by the works of Maya Angelou’s “Phenomenal Woman” and Tupac Shakur’s “Rose that Grew from Concrete.” These pieces take listeners on a journey through her life, showcasing her thoughts, emotions, and diverse talents. Her debut in the music scene came in 2021 when she was featured on Long Beach Rapper Monsta Yo’s single “Don’t Wanna Lose You.” Then, in May 2023, she released her first single titled “Letter 2 My First Born,” a touching tribute to her son. A few months later, on July 1st, she dropped her second single “Click Clack,” featuring Los Angeles rapper Engine 5ive.
These songs are part of her upcoming project “Olivia Pope 2 Da Streets,” scheduled for release on January 26th, 2024. This highly anticipated project will explore new directions, collaborations, and techniques, featuring artists such as Monsta Yo, Liddy Mechelle, T3Halo, and Engine 5ive. With her exceptional talent and diverse range, Poetic Muse is truly a hidden gem poised to leave a lasting impact on the industry.