Jamaican born Rapper Dwayne Edwards, who also goes by the name Jae R. Royal is one of many talented young black males of Caribbean origin.
Born November 27, 1990, he came to the acknowledgement of Hip Hop/Rap music at the age of 12 years old, when he first heard 50 cent's Wanksta on a disc he got from a friend in his primary years thus him getting hold of 50 cent's album Get Rich Or Die Tryin' in 2003.
From a Fan To A Rapper
In his early teen years, him being a fan of the art form stemmed to hone his skills by re-writing and re-wording songs by then popular artists. He impressed people when he started to write his own lyrics leaving them amazed by the substance and quality of material that was being delivered. Since then he has been developing and expanding his craft to become better at his production, delivery, lyricism and songwriting skills.
He has notably made clear his ground with his intro "MOBLC All Day". Of whom he speaks of with high regards, true brothers on a journey which life has set out for them. Whats the definition of MOBLC you might ask? Family And Loyalty would be the answer.
His first mixtape was labeled The Beginning Ja. Hip Hop Volume 1. which was just a test run in his own words to see the acceptability of his work which was not dissappointing. This mixtape consisted of mostly remixes and and splices of poplar songs at that point in time and was released in 2011.
A year later he released his second mixtape which was a duo by good friend and fellow Jamaican Rapper BuckShot and himself titled Hollow Headz: Ladies Section, which comprised of songs to appeal mostly to the female audience.
As a effort to obtain more originality and map his musical growth Jae R. Royal released his third mixtape Thoughts That Never Sleep, which contained all original material with instrumentals produced by Adrian Jones, Mario Lowe, Corey Ferguson and himself. This mixtape enlightened the curious onlookers of his passion for music.
Jae R. Royal has maintained a fair presence on line thus far on social media websites such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, as he believes networking adds tremendously to an artist development.
Through his networking online, he has managed to gain the acknowledgement of artists and producers alike, urging him to go forward and continue to improve on his skill as an MC.
He has also been able to land connections and collaborations with both local and international peers namely; BuckShot, B.G.M, Tzone, Kash Kapri, Slik RiQQ, Big Binnz, J Kriss, Bloc Kade, Shaun, Wellz Phargo, Terence Lee, OB Beatz and DMighty. Recently released collaborative efforts are Goodbye which features Bloc Kade, Shaun and himself, Recognize featuring Kash Kapri and You Don't Hear Me by DMighty.
Music Mastermind Community (MMC)
MMC, the brainchild of Chris Ctru Beats, was developed to assist artists from all over the world across the social media platform Facebook to with not only networking, but networking done the right way.
This platform has been resourceful, successful and beneficial to the artist who actively participates. Supporting each other from the ground level, motivating and inspiring each and every member to excel and better their craft and more notably there networking skills.
Jae R. Royal visions a successful future in music, with him being dedicated, hard working and putting the right elements together, he can definitely see himself excelling to greater heights.
Jae R. Royal’s tracks