BOSS comes at an extraordinarily transformative time in my life as I lean into my greatness and step into my power.
I am a biracial black femme. I am a queer woman. And I am a BOSS bitch. To embrace my intersectionality is to be resilient, radical, and ever evolving.
This song is for YOU as a constant reminder that YOU are THAT BOSS. Celebrate your power and evolve in your greatness.
It has always been important for Jaewynn to use her voice to incite positive change within the communities she represents. Her hope is that anyone hearing NUTZ feels powerful, strong & ready to take on the world.
Jaewynn wrote NUTZ at the beginning of quarantine, when her world felt surreal & unstable. Writing has always been a release for her & it has helped keep her mentally healthy. Although NUTZ briefly speaks on her feelings during quarantine, NUTZ is also about confidence, aspirations, and continuing to build in a positive way.
Jaewynn aims to perpetuate the fact that the voices of Black & Queer POC need to be heard & celebrated. It can be very rewarding & validating to see yourself reflected in media, music, books, film & stories, so her goal is to continue inspiring & being inspired by people like her. 🖤 #BLM
Jaewynn's third single, “24” showcases a different side of her that is fueled by fire, radiating an undeniable magnetic energy.
“24” comes at a time when women are harnessing their individual vibrant power, celebrating each other and working to fulfill their dreams by any means necessary.
The video follows Jaewynn and a friend (Lil 2 Hood) as they set out on a 24-hour adventure in Los Angeles showcasing the beauty of friendship, working hard and celebrating each other.
A multi dimensional queer womxn of color, and a native to the Mission District of San Francisco, Jaewynn serves nothing but essence. Unfolding her life experiences like a 90s/2000s mixtape.
A rose that grew from the concrete, Jaewynn transforms her life experiences and ascends from them like a Phoenix rising.
SPICE GIRL, Jaewynn's second single, is a song paying tribute to all of the classic late 90's & 2000's R&B/RAP we all grew up listening to, from the perspective of a QUEER BROWN WOMXN coming from the original Mission District of San Francisco.
SPICE GIRL paints you a picture full of nostalgic metaphors while describing a love story between two womxn. Spice Girls empowered womxn worldwide, so it was only right that Jaewynn led this song with that same notion.