Jeremiah Jae

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Jeremiah Jae
Born Chicago, Illinois, United States
Origin Los Angeles, California
Genres Alternative hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper, producer
Years active 2009–present
Labels Warp Records, Brainfeeder
Associated acts Young Black Preachers, Black Jungle Squad, Samiyam, Flying Lotus, Ras G, Oliver the 2nd, Azizi Gibson
Website jeremiah-jae.com

Jeremiah Jae is an American rapper and producer from the neighborhood of Jackson Park Highlands in Chicago, Illinois.[1] First signed to the LA label Brainfeeder, in 2007, when the Ann Arbor based producer Samiyam passed on Jae's Lunch Special Part I to Flying Lotus. After a post, and then private message on his MySpace profile, Jae was flown out to LA to work with Flying Lotus.[2][third-party source needed]

Life and career[edit]

The son of jazz composer and musician, Robert Irving III,[3] Jae grew up in a musical home studying classical piano and guitar. Having also taught himself the drums, and played in various bands, Jae's earliest influences included glam rock and the British indie band Placebo.[2][third-party source needed] It was only later on, through groups such as Souls of Mischief and Wu-Tang Clan, that he discovered hip-hop and beatmaking. It was this that enabled him to bridge the gap between all his interests.[4]

Whilst still a teenager he formed Young Black Preachers (YBP) with his god-brothers, Tre Smith and Aaron "Projeck" Butler, and released a number of EPs alongside his solo work. It was this output, and his Lunch Special mixes that drew the attention of Steve Ellison, aka Flying Lotus, and led to Jae's move to Los Angeles in 2007.[4]

After spending 6 months involving himself in the LA beat scene, and meeting the rest of the Brainfeeder roster, Jae was signed to the imprint.[4] Following the release of Dxnce, Jae's debut Brainfeeder project Rappayamatantra was released in 2011.[5] Throughout that time Jae has continued the Lunch Special series,[6] and contributed beats to the Captain Murphy mixtape.[7]

Having toured extensively with label mate Teebs, Jae released his debut album, Raw Money Raps, in 2012.[8] In 2013, Jae released the Bad Jokes mixtape featuring members of the Black Jungle Squad and production from Jae himself, Jonwayne, Oliver the 2nd and Flying Lotus.[9]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Raw Money Raps (2012)
  • Rawhyde (2013) with Oliver the 2nd
  • Gesus (2013) with Young Black Preachers

Compilation albums[edit]

  • Yard Sale (2012)
  • Yard Sale 2 (2013)
  • Yard Sale 3 (2014)

Mixtapes[edit]

  • Lunch Special (2008)
  • Eating Donuts & Other Refined Foods (2010)
  • Lunch Special 2 (2011) with Black Jungle Squad
  • Lunch Special 3 (2011) with Young Black Preachers
  • Lunch Special 4 (2011)
  • Ignorant Prayers (2012) with Azizi Gibson
  • Black Jungle Radio (2013) with Black Jungle Squad
  • Black Castle (2013)
  • Bad Jokes (2013)
  • Good Times (2014)

EPs[edit]

  • YBP (2008) with Young Black Preachers
  • Dxnce (2009)
  • Rappayamantantra (2011)
  • Dirty Collections Vol. 1 (2013)
  • Dirty Collections Vol. 2 (2013)
  • Dirty Collections Vol. 3 (2013)
  • Pennies (2014) with Cohenbeats

Singles[edit]

  • "Friends 1111" (2012)
  • "New Day" b/w "Rawmoney Shit" (2013)

Guest appearances[edit]

  • Captain Murphy - "Gone Fishing" and 'Immaculation' from Duality (2012)
  • Jonwayne - "Rap Robbery" from Cassette (2013)
  • Jonwayne - "Mean Muggin", "Blaq Prussian" and "Dog It" from Cassette 3 (2013)
  • L'Orange - "Love Letter" from The Orchid Days (2014)
  • Mast - "The Waters" from Omni (2014)

Productions[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Matheson, Rosie (April 24, 2013). "The Interview: Jeremiah Jae". Hunger TV. 
  2. ^ a b Montiel, Ruben. "Jeremiah Jae". Alpha Pup Records. Retrieved July 25, 2013. 
  3. ^ Gieben, Bram E. (June 27, 2012). "Album Review: Jeremiah Jae - Raw Money Raps". The Skinny. 
  4. ^ a b c Hawley, Danna (October 28, 2011). "Breaking through: Jeremiah Jae". Resident Advisor. Retrieved July 25, 2013. 
  5. ^ Bloomfield, Philip (March 24, 2011). "Jeremiah Jae - Rappayamatantra". Drowned in Sound. 
  6. ^ Hughes, Josiah (August 10, 2011). "Jeremiah Jae - 'Lunch Special Pt. 4' mixtape". Exclaim!. 
  7. ^ Jackson, Dan (December 13, 2012). "Review: Captain Murphy - Duality (Self-Released)". CMJ. 
  8. ^ Fader, Lainna (July 27, 2012). "Raw Money Raps". XLR8R. 
  9. ^ Geslani, Michelle (July 29, 2013). "Listen to Jeremiah Jae’s new Bad Jokes mixtape, featuring Flying Lotus". Consequence of Sound. 

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