Jus Daze Broke Up With His Struggles & Married His Dreams



Jus Daze is a Queens, New York rapper that’s no stranger to making a splash as he’s won battle rap competitions on stages such as Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, GrindTimeNow, and the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival. However Jus Daze’s new track, Broke Up, shows his versatility as an artist who can write just as well as his award-winning freestyles.

Broke Up is a break up track you don’t see very often; a passionate hip hop ballad outlined with a jazzy vibe from the 90’s yet a soulful modern flow. Legenda, the producer of the track also did his thing to shape this track. How can you hate!? “Haters gonna hate”, as Jus Daze says on Broke Up. Broke Up is just one of the tracks you’ll hear off Jus Daze’s upcoming EP entitled No Regrets, No Expectations.

Jus Daze - Queens Hip Hop Artist

Aside from being a dope artist, Jus Daze is also a true inspiration of hard work and determination. A look at Jus Daze’s discography shows the type of work ethic he possess. Jus Daze was given the nickname “The Bowlegged Bandit” because of his severe bowleggedness, which was to the point where he had to walk on two crutches as a kid, but that didn’t stop him from chasing his dreams and becoming the artist he is today. His accomplishments prove that with such determination anyone can overcome anything!

I’ve worked with so many more artists than I can even remember, but something tells me Jus Daze is going to stay at the top of my list. What do you think about Broke Up by Jus Daze? Let me know below in the comments!

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