Wednesday, February 15, 2012

NEW MUSIC: Jay Tat ft Common: She's Gone

Ogbonna “Jay Tat” John was born and brought up in Lagos (Nigeria). After primary and secondary education in Nigeria, he proceeded to the prestigious Deltas University in Ghana where he currently studies Microbiology. With a passion for music that started with voice training in his local church, to
learning the piano with his bosom friend and producer, H.TEE. He started rapping professionally in 2009. While at Upper Room Studio, He collaborated with X-Nuel, D-Bam and Jefak. His collaboration with H.TEE in 2009 produced the single “Who be Dat”. He cites Common, Drake, Lil Wayne, Tyga, Twista, Snoop Dogg and J. Cole among his influences while he adored the musicality of Tuface Idibia and Dipp. He is currently working on his mixtape.

Single's Cover Art

Jay Tat – She’s Gone” The Review*
A “commonesque” take on strings of love interest in the rapper’s life. In *She’s Gone Jay Tat* sampled Common’s *I used to Love her* with boundless energy. *Jay Tat*’s* She’s Gone* is an excellent exercise of musical harmony between musician/producer; H.TEE’s distinct and signature beat loops
producing. With a hook so original and fresh that makes his solo flow tuneful and , His approach on the hook sees him meandering two styles with the ease of a veteran. Lyrically, Jay-Tat was at metaphorical level not seen in most Naija rappers. He is not sticking with the formula; rather he sticks out his neck and he’s ready to explore. His ability to write witty lines and deliver faultless vocal brings the perfect synergy of pop and hip hop in a wonderful fusion. Enjoy the wonderfully fresh and calming sound of
Jay Tat

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