April 04, 2019

Lil Daddy The Mack #WeStayChill Spotlight

Born as Jarica Deneen Gibson Sumler on June 12, 1983, in Memphis TN. JayMoney was a natural born star ever since a child. Growing up in a diverse household with her mother and grandparents she began listening to a variety of different genres of music at an early age in which she began to mimic and eventually start to write her own songs.

She began to write her first poem at the age of 8 while in the 2nd grade after her father died at the age of 26 from throat cancer. At the age of  9 she started writing raps and making up dance routines with her cousins. She also joined the jazz band at the age of 10 and by the age of 12 is when she recorded her first two songs with fellow friend Albert Johnson called “Caddy Dreams” and “What You Wanna Do”

Going through life she always noted that rhymes and songs would always come to her mind.

In 2015 she started back writing raps and started taking her musical gifts more seriously.
In 2016 she began to receive notoriety from her Break Em Challenge that has went viral across Facebook.

In 2018 she started releasing more challenges “Ten Toes Down”, “Mask Off”, the Who Run It Challenge” and also the “So Gone Challenge” along with several other mixtape tracks with videos to accompany them on You Tube.

 JayMoney also won The Most Slept On Female Rapper Of The Year award for the SCM Awards in 2018 and just here recently  in 2019 she just won Female Rap Hustler Of The Year Award at the Memphis Hip Hop Awards.

JayMoney has been pushing hard copies of her mixtapes for the past few months gaining traction and on March 22nd she released her mixtape on Spinrilla.

Known mostly for her famous quote “ When I see or hear something real I say #ChurchOnThat. She has began to get attention from alot of other mainstream artist.as a high energy dope, lyrical female pimp genius.
JayMoney aka Lil Daddy The Mack is definitely on the radar for an up and coming female rap artist to be on the look out for.

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