Meet Jay Pratt, a rising star in the hip-hop scene with a story that's as real as it gets. Growing up in a house filled with all kinds of music, thanks to his mom and dad's diverse tastes, Jay Pratt found his way into the world of music from a young age. His dad, a rapper in Detroit, made sure Jay got a backstage pass to the music scene, with studio sessions and all. That's where Jay started putting pen to paper, writing his own music.
"I grew up in a music-loving home. My mom had Whitney Houston playing, and my dad, he's a rapper in Detroit, exposed me to a lot of studio stuff. That's where I began writing my own music," Jay Pratt shares, taking us back to the roots of his musical journey.
Now, Jay Pratt's cooking up something special for his fans – an EP called "From Da Block to Da Booth." It's like a musical map of his journey from the streets to the recording studio, letting us into his world one track at a time.
"I've got my EP in the works, 'From Da Block to Da Booth,'" he says, giving us a sneak peek into what's coming our way.
But for Jay Pratt, success isn't just about making money. Sure, he knows that'll come, but what really matters to him is making music that means something. He's all about passion and keeping it real.
"Everyone wants money, right? I get that, but my vision is all about making music with substance. I love music, and I'll keep showing that passion through my songs for as long as I want to," Jay Pratt emphasizes.
Talking about his musical heroes, Jay Pratt gives a shout-out to Nas, Biggie, T.I, Jeezy, and Yo Gotti. These guys aren't just artists to him; they're like musical companions who've influenced his style.
"Nas, Biggie, T.I, Jeezy, and Yo Gotti are the ones I look up to. When I listen to their music, it feels like I'm right there with them," Jay Pratt reveals.
As Jay Pratt continues making his mark in the music world, you can bet on him keeping it real. With an EP on the way and a promise to stay true to his love for music, Jay Pratt is the real deal, bringing heart and soul to hip-hop, taking us from da block to da booth.