Jaydis Crete is an American rapper, who was born on March 12 at Franklin Hospital in Long Island. Because his mom and dad never married, he was reared in Queens and Elmont, jumping among his mother’s residence throughout the course of the week to his father’s house throughout the summer and holidays. His mother by birth is Jamaican, and his dad was brought up in United States of America.
Jaydis’s older sister, Simone Starks, was signed to LL Cool J’s Warner Brothers label back in the late 90s, and she played 90s Hip Hop music in the house since Jaydis was a child, which grew his love for music.
Jaydis was born in Queens on Hillside, but his mother requested to be taken to Franklin Hospital to give birth to him because she believed it was an excellent hospital at the time. He graduated from Sewanhaka High School in Floral Park in 2009, where he got good grades throughout elementary and high school, and he was even on the Honor Roll list in high school.
prior to Jaydis came into the world, his mother had been advised she wasn’t allowed to have more kids anymore, but she badly craved a boy, and he magically appeared.
n sixth grade, he had been suspended for his very first time for hitting a white child in the nostrils who called him a “n*gger.” His dad called up the school and requested that the other kid get suspended as well for his hate speech.
Jay-Z was always his favorite artist growing up, and his dad pulled a gun on his mom’s boyfriend when Jaydis was six years old because the boyfriend hit him, and he never tried it again. He had been fostered by his Aunt Janet till when he reached 9 years old because his mother worked multiple shifts and he seldom saw her.
Jaydis was cool with both the gangsters and the nerds growing up and never felt the need to be in any clique in high school, although he had a few close, really good friends like Ibrahim Cisse, Donovan Morgan, and Jimmy Fernandez. He had been 17 years old at the time was taken advantage of at gunpoint while heading home form school with an acquaintance.
Jaydis Crete’s music career started with his first released project, “Parachute,” which had a 13-song tracklist. He then took a break from music for some years before dropping singles again and getting back into his groove. Some of his most popular singles include “Ain’t Gon’ Make It,” “Celebration,” “I Want Everything,” “All State,” “Show Me Love,” “Canopy,” and “Money Don’t Stutter.” He performed on television at ‘The Vault’ in Elmont for Uncle Ralph’s video music box event in 2012. Jaydis’s rap style is lyrical and reflective but at the same time.
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