Jah Jah is on the rise and one of Atlanta’s most promising female rappers. She recently dropped her EP titled Super Woman and it is garnering the attention of many. While it’s clear that all eyes are on Jah, we had to call the rapper for a conversation. Check out the interview below!
RESPECT.: Where are you from?
I am from Atlanta born and raised.
RESPECT.: How has that shaped you into who you are today?
I love being from Atlanta. I know a lot of people here. This is where I feel the most comfortable.
RESPECT.: Did you always have the support that you have now?
I wasn’t as serious as I am now about my music. I always had the fan base though.
RESPECT.: How does that feel?
Feels great. I wasn’t pushing hard but now that I am all in its getting even better.
RESPECT.: When did this music journey begin?
All my life
RESPECT.: Is your Superwoman EP your debut project?
Yes, and I have a lot of artists on it. A lot of dope artists. There’s records for women and men on there.
RESPECT.: What was it like making this project?
I was in the studio starting from 2 am in the morning to 12 at night. I recorded the whole album in Atlanta.
RESPECT.: What is the meaning behind the title?
For all my strong and independent single mothers, out there.
RESPECT.: You mentioned you are a mother. Is it easy being a full-time artist and being a mother?
It is easy because I love being a mom. It is hard when I am on the road but other than that it is not. They understand what I am doing so it makes things better.
RESPECT.: What is your relationship with Johnni blaze?
She’s a mutual friend from work.
RESPECT.: What made you want her on there?
She’s a dope person and she is super supportive. We are rally friends and she puts me on. She gives me great advice. I love her.
RESPECT.: When did you know rap was the road that you wanted to take it?
When I heard Chyna Whyte, Gansta Boo, Charlie Baltimore.
RESPECT.: What would be the perfect collab be for you?
Working with Cardi b and Meek Mill
RESPECT.: What is your favorite track on superwoman?
Wish upon a star. You can do whatever you put your mind to. God is this the only person I talk to. People need to know if they keep praying things will happen for you.
RESPECT.: Are there any music videos on the way?
There’s two videos on the way and “Hoochie Mama” is one of them
I like that sample. Whose record is that?
2 Live Crew.
RESPECT.: Was that one of your favorite songs? Why did you pick it?
I really liked the beat. After putting it in we just went off and now it’s going global.
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