Jay Eazy

Sixty minutes outside of New York City, in the diverse community of Middletown, you’ll find rising star Jaden Ortiz, professionally known as Jay Eazy. With his roots tracing back to Puerto Rico, by way of the Bronx, Jay Eazy’s journey as a rapper began in 2013 at the age of 15. His musical palette extends beyond rap, encompassing various genres and even music from video games he enjoyed in his youth. All of these influences, accompanied with his love for anime serve as a source of inspiration that transcends traditional musical boundaries.

Jay describes his sound as braggadocious and unapologetically bold, characterized by unexpected lines that grab the listener's attention. He draws influence from the works of other icons like Eminem, Juice WRLD, 50 Cent, Kanye West, and Lil Wayne. Jay first quickly gained recognition for his tracks titled "Super Saiyan 2," "Pink Eye," "He Isn’t Me," and "30 Days." Following this success he released his next song "Tomioka,” which went viral, prompting a remix from Flo Milli. Tomioka has garnered an impressive 46.7 million streams on Spotify and 62M global streams across all DSPs.

However, mentioning Jay Eazy wouldn't be complete without acknowledging his viral TikTok trend, now known as the “the run”. He was a trailblazer, who was seen for the first time ever, running towards the camera while singing along to his song "Super Saiyan 2”. This trend quickly caught fire on all social media platforms, and it ultimately became a widespread phenomenon.

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