Jaykae libérer un visuel pour « Mal de tête »

Earlier this month, Birmingham MC Jaykae released his EP Where Have You Been?, and since then he’s been pretty much everywhere. An eight track EP is much more versatile than we anticipated; throughout Jaykae continues to show why he’s one of the best MC’s in the country, showcasing a versatile flow across a range of beats but keeping true to his straight-talking raw style on every single one of them.

Jaykae touches on his hiatus from the music scene repeatedly throughout this EP, kicks off the first track “Headache”, where we hear his raw account of artist headache and the personal change that’s come from it. ‘’I’ve grown up haven’t you noticed”. The beat-heavy production sets the tone for the rest of the EP, and see’s the rapper reflecting on his ongoing transformation while explaining to fans that alongside creating this fire EP, he’s also been busy taking care of things at home. ‘I’ve got a son now so I’m more protective’.

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Last week, the Brum Town Captain brought some fresh new visuals to accompany the opening track for his popular ‘Where Have You Been? E.P’. The production by Thomas Mellor brings that emotive feel we have grown accustomed to from Jaykae, with the trackToothachean extremely successful previous collaboration between the two. “Headacheis the first track off Jaykae’s album Where Have You Been? which dropped at the end of 2017 and features another seminal track of his, “Moscow”, appearing fourth on the album’s tracklist. To match the tunes vibe are the cold visuals shot by Luke Sparrowhawk and edited by Highlight Films. ‘Headachegripped the listeners into the project when it arrived, and was the perfect opening for Jaykae to let the people know exactly where he had been.

The opening song of the EP begins with the bars ‘Cuz man are like Jaykae, where have you been’, giving a nod to the EP title and also a bar that is repeated throughout. He then he goes into paying his respects to those who he has lost ‘So first things first let me start by saying yo RIP to my g’s, and love to the ones they left’.
It’s a song about reflecting and how he has had to change since he has had a child. ‘I’ve got a son now so I’m more protective’. It gives us some insight as fans as to why he was away from the music scene, but it proves one thing that he is definitely back and back with a bang.

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This cinematic visual has been constructed by Birmingham’s top filmmaking collective, Highlight Films, with Luke Sparrowhawk on direction, the whole team bring their skills to the table to bring a high quality music video.

Every time, Jaykae proves why he is one of the best lyricists on this planet. Today, the Birmingham star delivers a new visual for “Headache,” the latest to be taken from last year’s Where Have You Been? The black-and-white clip is simple-yet-effective, providing the viewer proper accompaniment for Jaykae’s assault rifle lyrics and Thomas Mellor‘s beautifully-dark production. Play this one a few times if you’re not familiar.

Jaykae, just finished touring Manchester, London and Birmingham- with shows featuring special guests Murkage Dave, Stormzy, Smokes, and Wretch 32 to name a few, and from the footage I’ve seen he seems to have shelled down every show.

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It was only right that we were blessed with some visuals for the track, and it’s no surprise that they have already surpassed the 150,000 mark.

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Jaykae libérer un visuel pour « Mal de tête »
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Earlier this month, Birmingham MC Jaykae released his EP Where Have You Been?, and since then he’s been pretty much everywhere. An eight track EP is much more versatile than we anticipated; throughout Jaykae continues to show why he’s one of the best MC’s in the country, showcasing a versatile flow across a range of beats but keeping true to his straight-talking raw style on every single one of them.