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“BREAK SHIT” TO APPEAR ON JASIAH’S FORTHCOMING NEW PROJECT; COMING SOON
A virtuosic vocalist who channels his classical training into full-throated belts, Jasiah is one of the game’s most invigorating new voices. Today, the Dayton, Ohio native shares “Break Sh*t!”, his ferocious new single. A furious assault on the senses, it’s impossible to sit still while listening to “Break Sh*t,” as Jasiah layers his ragged screams atop marching band horns and relentless 808s: “F*ck you, b*tch/and the clique that you came with/I don’t wanna bullsh*t, I just need my payment!” Produced by Jasiah himself, “Break Sh*t” is an anti-authoritarian anthem–a cathartic release of feral energy for anyone who feels trapped in their lives.
Compiled of scenes from Jasiah’s recent co-headlining national tour with $not, the “Break Sh*t” video aptly illustrates the most-pit ready energy of the new song, showing how Jasiah and his crowds feed off each other’s energy until they’re whipped into a frenzy.
“Break Sh*t” is the first salvo from an upcoming EP from the artist–entirely produced by Jasiah himself. The follow-up to last year’s successful Jasiah I Am, a genre-fluid collection that closes with the artist’s most recent single “When I’m Gone”, the upcoming EP arrives in Spring 2020 via Atlantic Records.
A firebrand whose deep passion for music shines through everything he does, Jasiah started his as an opera singer, receiving classical training as a high school student. The Atlantic Records signee first rose to fame in 2018 with his single “Shenanigans,” a Ronny J-produced, Yung Bans-featuring record which samples the theme song from Cartoon Network’s Courage The Cowardly Dog, earning over 30 million streams across platforms, topping charts on SoundCloud and Tik Tok, and nabbing Cole Bennett for the video. He’s since developed a style that encompasses his early passion for opera, his teenage love of emo and alt-rock (Jasiah won a fan in Travis Barker, who collaborated with the young rapper on “Heartbreak” from Jasiah I Am), and his abiding passion for rap, fueled by the likes of XXXTentacion.
With a voracious work ethic and unlimited talent, Jasiah is truly
capable of anything, Stay tuned in 2020 for much more.