Ctrl+ALT+Del 'Pick of the Week': BabyJake - "Confidant"

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April 13, 2020
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This week’s ALT 92.3 Ctrl+ALT+Del 'Pick of the Week' is BabyJake's "Confidant." 

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About BabyJake:

BabyJake is the latest artist to acquire buzz out of southwest, Florida. His debut single “Cigarettes on Patios” hit the #2 position on Spotify’s viral charts in June, and since then he’s amassed over 25M streams across his first 3 releases. In November 2019, BabyJake was named 1 of Vevo’s 20 “Artists to Watch” for 2020.

Growing up in Ft. Myers, FL. BabyJake’s entry into music started at a young age. “I played the guitar since I was eight years old, then started dabbling in production and writing at 14-15,” he explains. His plan out of high school was to play college sports, though that plan quickly changed and he dropped out to make music.

BabyJake returned home to record and release music under his government name, Jake Herring. He self-released an EP and a single, “Miami” that garnered attention online and led him to connect with producers Luyo Mario and DVLP who saw his true potential for stardom. “Luyo was the one who introduced me to the music industry [and] DVLP took me out to LA to make the next step up,”. He inked a deal with School Boy Records and Republic Records through DVLP’s Transcendent Entertainment imprint after catching the attention of SB Projects under a new name [BabyJake] and a whole new angle to his craft.

BabyJake’s music is inspired by a range of classic rock to modern hip-hop legends, and talents have earned him comparisons ranging from Post Malone and Mac Miller to Mike Posner. It’s clear that he is geared to mix genres and feelings in a way that’s never been done before. “My goal is to reach out to people and connect to their hearts the way my lyrics connect to mine,” he says. “You don’t have to have the same experiences to have the same feelings.”