September 18, 2020

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JayArson Breaks Down His Recent Videos and Music

Quality over quantity seem to be truly a valid statement with any creative process. Jayarson actually balances that with his music videos and music projects he has created. Jayarson has several albums from “No Effort” to “In The Meantime 2”.

His growth from these projects shares much about his creative process making music. From “No Effort” becoming self explanatory, taking him no time to create. To “In The Meantime 1/2” the growth comes with its content. As a man he matches himself with his music. Not that he doesn’t speak real life into it, but touch social issues. He shares how he became more vulnerable within his craft.


Jayarson depicts his visual to his songs:

“Mirrors”

“Mirrors” is about details of his self-reflection. It describes his past issues with substance abuse. Also, it shares how he enjoys his family. Reflecting on his owns issues and not blaming anyone for his actions. It reflected him at that very moment of his recording.

“Resurrection”

The concept of the video was to share no matter what people say, you can resurrect from that. Showing how you can lead by example and burying your own burden. It shows kingship and leadership. Dope Media helped get his ideas to life with the video production.

With his music and and great videos, he was asked if he feel he may be a step ahead within the music industry. He still feel as though he is unappreciated. He get his inspiration from artists from his early childhood who was here before him. His craft may be more advanced then what we are seeing today. If he was a step ahead he shares that he would be at the top of the game right now.

(Resurrection in comparison to Nas “Hate Me Now Video)

Overall, Jayarson allows his fans and supporters to feel his music even more throughout his visuals. His perspective and message is shared for you can can see how he actually feels. He is reaching for anyone one who can relate to his words. From the young generation to an elderly guy. He want to relate to the real.

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