New Jersey’s DJ JayHood recently made headlines yesterday and today when DJ Khaled allegedly sampled JayHood’s T2 “Heartbroken” remix on his collab with Drake, “To the Max,” as first reported by The Fader.
For his part, JayHood reports he’s a fan of both Khaled and Drake, and there are no hard feelings.
In the meantime, in true Jersey fashion, JayHood is still making music and on his grind. Known as a pioneer in the “Booty Bounce Music” subgenre that bumps in clubs in Jersey and worldwide, Complex has referred to him as the “Booty Bounce King.” He’s worked with Missy Elliott, and amassed millions of streams online despite never formally releasing a single.
Earlier this week, he released his debut single, which features some major star power and New Jersey fixture, Mr. 1738 himself, Fetty Wap. The record is called “I’m Ballin.” The radio-ready banger is a bop, and is released by Street Loyalty Entertainment in collaboration with RGF productions.
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