Jai Humble who first fell in love with basketball prior to becoming a sought-after artist out of Dallas, Texas, has been in the music industry for five (5) years, and the entertainment for (11).
Her new album “Triggered,” is scheduled to be fully released by the end of April and is already gaining national attention, with the single “Stop Playing.” There are a total of twelve (12) songs on the project. Louieee G and Mav Rock are the producers, with Jai Humble, Cliff Traylor and Wendell Lockhart as writers.
How did your music industry career begin?
My career began when I was introduced to a PR, and he connected me to many different individuals. As time passed, it was discovered I could sing, and things took a turn.
Do you write your own music?
Yes, I write my own music. I found writing my own music hits different. With the help of my team, it brings a different type of confidence.
What makes your music stand out from other artists in your area?
My sound is unique, and everything you hear is original. My supporters can hear the passion in my music, knowing it comes from a genuine place. My music speaks, and it will resonate.
Outside of your album, what other projects are you working on?
Outside of my album “Triggered,” I am working on a movie “Bid For Love 2”.
How do you plan to get to the next level?
I will get to the next level by putting myself in a position that makes sense for my career and having the right individuals in my corner.
Tell us about some of your career highlights.
Some of the highlights would be the growth of my team, and seeing how far we have come, and where we are going. The placement of my first movie. My single “Love Me Up,” being on B.E.T. Being on the production side of a movie was huge for me. The ability to build relationships with people, who I never thought I would have met.
There have been a lot of great things that have taken place during my journey, and I thank GOD for the continued blessings.
Connect with Jai Humble:
Instagram / Twitter @ names
Booking Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Article by Kaye TheTruth