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| Art'n'Go Budapest 2011
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“ Let me introduce myself in eight bars//
forget about eight miles, they didn't know who the Jay was//
Here I am man in living life//
I'm not the type who'll be rhyming about your wife//
And I don't dress to impress man I'm keepin' it real//
Look into the mirror and you know the deal//
Put your mask of and let yourself go//
Put your masks of man, let yourself go!!// ”
Jaykid brings you a delicate taste of your own cookie. Nothing more... Nothing less... His brown voice smacks you in the face with so much love, you will be totally flabbergasted. With the help of producers from every genre, Jaykid is trying to be as innovative as possible. His rap contains simple 'daily-used' words. You just sit back, relax and let the almost honey flavoured sounds penetrate your ears, without translating the things you hear.
This is one of his goals. Sit back, relax and enjoy. That's why Jaykid isn't into the battling thing, just because he don't like fighting. The need to prove, is a thing that he discourage the most in a sarcastic way in almost every song. His drive? The days of “on the street breakdancing, graffiti writing, beatboxing, rapping kind of (positive) hiphop”. His music is not made for the club...It's made for the kid in you. For those who like to eat an icecream on a rainy day. For the real gangsters. Yeah!
Second first impression:
The year 1987, Jaykid came out of heaven straight as a vegetarian. Eating juicy carrots like barbarians eat meat. Instead of crying, like almost every newborn, Jaykid handled the heat that comes along with almost every birth. He observed....He saw things others didn't, or don't want to see. After four years of seeing things that were ment to see, Jaykid left Curaçao and went to the Netherlands with his father and sister.
Growing up between Dutch people as a foreigner, makes it easier to loose your identity. So that is what happend actually. People didn't helped him find it back. They were too busy with drugs, liquor, stealing, and 'proving' that it was at that moment his quest began.
Finding his identity through music became his priority number one.....