Jay Bhad is a Ghanian hip-hop artist who is credited with establishing a foothold for Drill music in his home area and country. Despite being wrapped up in some unappealing mixes, he is a talented artist. This article looks into his biography highlighting his background career, personal life, career journey, and more details.
Jay Bhad Age and Place of Birth
Bhad is his stage name while his actual name is Jackson Kwadwoh Bawuah. He was born in the early 1990s to his parents in Kumasi. He grew up in the region with his siblings and other family members like cousins as is African tradition.
Jay Bhad Career Journey
He burst into the limelight when he released the song Sore which he performed featuring other artists such as City Boy, Reggie, O’Kenneth, and Yaw Tog. the song topped charts and spread the drill music gospel around the country and beyond. His success was not short-lived as soon after he dropped another song named Condemn.
Jay Bhad is the leader of Kumerica-asakaa drill who produces music in the genre for their African listeners. The space is gaining traction across the country and Kumasa is becoming the hot center for all these productions.
Jay and his fellow Kumasa drill artists drew their inspiration from Pop Smoke after he released the global music chart-topping Dior.
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Jay Bhad Personal Life
He grew up in a normal home and had a great childhood running around with his friends at home and at school. This was before he ventured into the musical space and make a name for himself in Ghana and beyond.
Jay Bhad was in a scandal after he posted an erotic video on social media which got him into serious trouble online. The artist posted a video of a lady and himself in a highly sensual engagement. He was trolled and instead went to post a lyric from one of his songs.
Jay Bhad Contact
|Real Names||Jackson Kwadwoh Bawuah.|
|Age||30s (As of 2021)|
|Place of Birth||Ghana|
|Year of Birth||1980s|
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