Atlanta Artist Jayce Verse Is Most H8ed
Jayce Verse has heard his fans and is answering all of his haters with his new album entitled Most H8ed(2013). Most H8ed has hits such as Countin Money, Mac tunes, Pop Drop N Roll and the title track Most H8ed.
thirteen in Pittsburgh PA. His father was forced out of his job for backing the union and moved Verse
to Augusta, Ga. The third day he was in middle school, some crew was bragging about signing a
record deal so a pass the mic session occurred. He jumped in and blew them away with sixteen bars.
By the age of fifteen he had his first group, three songs and a weekly performance at an adult
nightclub. They performed for drinks and they got to stay backstage with the dancers. By the age of
seventeen around his city he was a local celeb. He was also seen as a gangster or thug. Lots of close
friends went to jail for bids and others moved to escape the time or joined the army. Jayce was alone
and in that situation you either fold or push. And of course, he pushed.
Jayce recorded an intro for a DJ at Foxie 103.1, his name was Robert Taylor. Jayce got a call from
one of Roberts dj's by the name of Mojo. Mojo told Jayce, if he wanted to be big he had to think big
and work hard. He gave Jayce two numbers both in Atlanta. Jayce made some trips to Atlanta and
spoke with several people about just recording. At that point Jayce best friend and dancer were
killed. Jayce friend RED G went to his apartment handed Jayce the rent and said we'll rap for food.
Jayce became obsessed, reading, listening and entering every talent contest in Atlanta. Jayce signed
to a label out of Augusta, but his cd wasn’t pushed or funded. He called several old friends to discuss a
label and Pimptown Records was born. A cd rushed to the street and copyright infringements made
him have to revamp and start over. Jayce began to buy recording equipment and World Mob
Entertainment was the new name and new focus. His goal as a rapper is to bring back the lyrics and
make people feel where he is coming from in his music. To make rap pure again and to bring our form
of music back home to the streets. Hopefully a new age of rap will appear.
Verse has been in and on the cover magazines such as, Mac Tunes, Hostile, Conversations, Hip Newz (Japan), La Industry Magazine(Paris)