Exclusive Idols 2 Rivals Interview with King Jazzy
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Exclusive Idols 2 Rivals Interview with King Jazzy

King Jazzy is on a new path with what we are calling “Trap Love Songs,” mixing together trap music and street life with romance, along with a little Jamaican flavor. King Jazzy shows that he can bring it all together like none other! Check out our exclusive interview below.

I2R: What inspired you to start music?

KJ: I was born into it. My biological father was a  talented performance musician and my stepfather was a DJ and soundman in Jamaica. In a sense, I’ve always been working in, involved with, and practicing music.

I2R: If you weren’t doing music what other career do you see yourself doing?

KJ: Film and creating shows is another passion of mine. I create and produce all of my music videos. I  live entertaining and manifesting through creativity. I also like being  physical I could be like a yoga instructor or something…lol

I2R: When you’re working, what inspires you or what do you draw inspiration from?

KJ: I just tune in to the energy. I like solving the riddle and feeling the vibe of what can be channeled through the abundance of potential within it. The feeling of singing or playing something that slaps is addictive  and empowering

I2R: Is there any advice you would like to give your younger self for coming into the music industry or something to help the songwriting/producing process?

KJ: Never stop if u really want it. Inertia is everything. Organize yourself. Get a lawyer. Stay humble but a warrior. Believe

I2R: What’s the meaning of your track “Trap Betty Baby”?

KJ: Trap Betty represents and honors the gravity and power of the raw female energy. No matter how dangerous she may be, or how much baggage she may carry; I still can’t resist her magic.

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I2R: What do fans of yours have to look forward to in the near future, are there any surprises to come?

KJ: Always expect something different from us. We are about to release some new projects one is called Electropic its an album focused on the frequency of Electronic afro-pop reggae. Check out our new single Bodymove the  first single leading to that album drop