Jaycee Headlining the first RNB Concert on the Yarra

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About Jaycee

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Jaycee is a Jamaican-Australian singer, rapper, producer, multi-instrumentalist and entrepreneur.


He is best known for his versatile sound and invigorating live performances. His musical style is a fusion of Hip-Hop, RnB and Trap incorporating elements of Funk, Soul, Latino & Reggae.


Jaycee was born and raised in Perth, Western Australia and began his solo career at the beginning of 2018 busking in the streets. Since then, he has gone from strength to strength, releasing four self-produced projects: ‘Modern Day’, ‘Because It’s Summer’, ‘OneSongOneDream’ & ‘Life Goes On’ and numerous singles, amassing a large independent catalogue of 75+ original songs.


Jaycee first gained notoriety in 2019 when he completed his world record breaking project #OneSongOneDream where from July 1st 2019 - January 1st 2020 he released a new song (Produced, Mixed, Mastered & Written by him) and a music video every week for six months straight. Towards the end of this project, Jaycee’s song ‘One Of These Days’ was licensed by the NBL (National Basketball League) for their 2019/2020 national TVC, with Jaycee also having a cameo in the ad.


In early 2020, Jaycee made shockwaves on TikTok as one of the first Australian musicians to gain a large following on the app. With currently over 1.3 million followers, Jaycee remains as one of Australia's creative powerhouses on the platform. Soon after his initial success, Jaycee featured as the Music Ambassador in their first Australian ad campaign ‘It Starts On TikTok’, with Jaycee appearing in TV commercials as well as billboards across the country promoting the brand.


He is currently an ambassador for MTV UP! Energy Drink, and has worked closely with leading brands such as JD Sports, Culture Kings, McDonalds, Paco Rabbane, NBL and more.


Jaycee has performed all over Australia, lighting up the stage at iconic Australian festivals ‘Groovin The Moo’ & ‘One Dayers’ to name a few, as well as supporting superstar duo ‘The Veronicas’. He also closed out the inaugural NBL Cup at John Cain Arena by performing the halftime show.