New rapper on the US block 386 Jae born Jason Tyre Wade April 7th 1987 and raised in Alachua, Florida. Growing up in a small town meant that there was no real distractions or entertainment. This might have been a blessing in disguise as it bred 386 Jae to be himself and made him who he is today. His reputation for being quiet shows in an interview but takes a turn when he takes the mic. 386 Jae spent over 25 years on a dead end street. Later on, it’s that street on which he grew up, 157 place, that will become the name of his record label. The artist we e-meet today started recording his vocals with two tape players at age. His ambition of becoming a rapper only grew and never left.
1 In Music: What is unique about you and your music?
386 Jae [J]: I let people pass their own judgement about me.
1 In Music: What or who shaped your music and who supports you?
[J]: I try to let my songs define who I am. I’m a laid back artist so I like making laid back songs.
1 In Music: When did you realise you were going to make music professionally?
[J]: At 19 after my first professional studio recording.
1 In Music: What type of music do you listen to?
[J]: Whatever mood I’m in that’s the genre I listen to.
1 In Music: Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist?
[J]: Me, lol.
1 In Music: How do you prepare for your performances?
[J]: I’m still waiting on my first performance.
1 In Music: What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?
[J]: I’d be chillin, I might smoke, I might play basketball, I might go to the mall I do whatever, you know.
1 In Music: Success to you is…?
[J]: Success to me is like saying what imma do & do it
1 In Music: What do you wish you were told when you started out and that you think would help anyone who starts out?
[J]: I’m just starting so all I can say is:
1 In Music: Any upcoming projects?
[J]: At this point I’m dropping singles
1 In Music: Where do we find you music?