I look forward to working with Drake —Jaiebreazy
Brodrick Eruabure Oghenetega Jr., also known as Jaiebreazy, is a Nigerian Afro pop artist, rapper, songwriter and producer, whose passion for music began at a very young age.
Born and bred in the southern part of the country, in Urhobo Kokoro Island, Delta State, to be specific, where he kickstarted his walk to fame with countless studio sessions to perfect his unique sound.
Years later, he met the fast-rising artiste, Idahams, and they both created magic out of Lil’ Wayne’s 2008 hit song a Milli. The remix they created gained lots of traction on YouTube.
Idahams, who has been a major player in his musical growth, introduced Jaiebreazy to the ace producer, Orbeat, who has been another big influence to his career. Orbeat is known to have produced some of the hit tracks in the country, including Timaya’s Sanco and Burna Boy’s Soke.
Jaiebreazy released his debut single, Still Dey, last Friday. The song is a freestyle he has been working on for over a decade with Idahams.
“The single speaks of years of battles we fought separately we won and now we “still dey”,“ he says. Jaiebreazy believes his craft is versatile and is planning on releasing a couple of follow up projects. “My journey has been programmed by God only. I look forward to working with Drake, Burna Boy, Tems Basketmouth, Wizkid, MI, Buju, Asake and anyone willing to work with my sound,” Jaiebreazy confesses.