JAYE BEEZE

Jaye Beeze was born Harold L. Brock III on June 13th 1983 in Columbus, Ohio. Born in the 80's raised by the 90's, he fell in love with rap music at an early age, receiving his first rap album at the age of 4. Soon after getting his first album he started reciting his first raps, recording his early freestyles at his uncle's house by the age of 6. As a youth, he not only benefited from growing up during the renaissance of rap music, but also being raised in a region where he was able to be influence by music from all across the country.

SLUMLORS STUDIOS PRESENTS: JAYE

JAYE BEEZE
Jaye Beeze was born Harold L. Brock III on June 13th 1983 in Columbus, Ohio. Born in the 80's raised by the 90's, he fell in love with rap music at an early age, receiving his first rap album at the age of 4. Soon after getting his first album he started reciting his first raps, recording his early freestyles at his uncle's house by the age of 6. As a youth, he not only benefited from growing up during the renaissance of rap music, but also being raised in a region where he was able to be influence by music from all across the country. It didn't matter whether it was east coast, west coast, down south, or mid west, if it was hot he liked it and embraced it. All of those different styles also influenced the way he makes music today. Mixing east coast punch lines with west coast story telling over down south swagger from a mid west perspective. As he got older he witnessed stories and lifestyles from all different regions of the country being personified in music videos and on records, almost everywhere but Columbus, Ohio.
So at age 15, he began writing rhymes and competing in battles with local rappers from his high school and neighborhood. At age 19 he hooked up with a high school classmate and started recording songs for his record label's compilation album, "Real Nice Entertainment Presents: Alive and Willing Volume 1". Due to his friend's military commitment the album was never released. Soon after that, he reconnected with childhood friend C-Mero and they came together to form the group Street Instinct. Unfortunately due to different group members' legal issues no album was ever released. In late August 2004, he met Big Moose Da Pro at the Mid West Music Showcase, and then quickly began recording music for then affiliated company We Rise Records. Due to inter-camp turmoil Jaye Beeze and Big Moose both left" We Rise" to form Slumlord Studios. In 2007 Jaye Beeze appeared on three songs from Big Moose the Pro's album, "Diary of a Slumlord". Jaye Beeze finished final recordings of his first solo studio album, entitled "Home Grown" in 2009. His tribute to his hometown, he mixes sharp lyrics and on time delivery with honesty and vivid story telling.

Performances
2010
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Date: January 30th
Venue: Godfrey's
2009
Location: Columbus, OH
Date: December 12th
Venue: Club Chi
2009
Location: Columbus, OH
Date: November 14th
Venue: El Paraiso Bar and Grill




JAYE BEEZE: Artist Credits

(2009) Album: Home Grown
Artist: Jaye Beeze
(2009) Album: Mero's Turn
Artist : C-Mero
Track 9: Let my 9 milli bang out; verse 1
Track 20: Clik Clak Pow; verse 2
(2007) Album: Diary of A Slumlord
Artist: Big Moose Da Pro
Track 1: Money; verse 2, verse 4, & verse 6
Track 10: Project Roots; verse 2
Track 17: Black Pain; verse 3

  • Member Since: 2010

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quentin.barker
over 30 days ago to Slumlord Studios

I want to hit her from the back and time it fast
Orchestrate a highway mindstate and never mind the smash

What is it do like over there.

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Daryl Edwards
over 30 days ago

Thanks for the honest review of "Quit Complaining!"



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