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"New Music: Jay Complex - Bad B*tch In A Sundress"

The calendar has turned to July, and Bahamian rising star Jay Complex drops off this smooth tune to ride too while you lust after those curves in that sundress - Music Ear Blog

"Jay Complex – “Underdog 2: Labour Of Love” | Mixtape Review"

The Bahamian rapper thrives on mellow beats and tight flows in order to connect with his audience. The child of this marriage are tracks that initially relax the imagination and entice a deeper acceptance of Jay’s words. - The Redefined

"PIF Exclusive Music: Jay Complex's Third Single "J. K. Rolling" Feat. Adria Jeneé"

According to Complex, it fit perfectly being that the song is “dedicated to a very close friend”, whom Jay says he lost this past Christmas holiday who was as much of a Harry Potter enthusiast as he is. - PlayItForward Magazine

"[Music Video] JayComplex goes “WildFire”"

"Jay Complex who is usually known for his soulful lyrically heavy records, breaks his mold with this fiery anthem that shakes listeners to the core." - eLife 242 Magazine

"“Underdog” is HERE !!!"

"This tape has definitely taken Jay Complex to another level in the game..." - eLife 242 Magazine

"Jay Complex – “Underdog” (Mixtape Review)"

"His bars are nice. The sound is there as well, because (to my knowledge), he doesn’t sound like anyone else I’ve heard." - k1ng Eljay (of AllHipHop.com)

"SaturdayHipHop MIXTAPE – Jay Complex Underdog"

"Rarely do we find smooth riffs and bangin lyrics. That’s what you get this saturday from Bahamian MC Jay Complex..." - BadGalsRadio.com

"SHOCKER: Jay Complex Gets Raw, Says "F*ck Nassau"!!!"

"Jay Complex held noth­ing back and made no apolo­gies for his views of the local music indus­try and it’s artists." - Mz. Paparazzi

"Jay Complex: ‘Underdog’ Mixtape Cover Revealed"

"It is a strong message to show his drive, hunger, passion for what he does and where he wants to be." - The CS Perspective

"New Mixtape: Jay Complex is the Underdog"

"A few listens in and you will see that Jay Complex is no underdog when it comes to the pen" - R.I.D.D.I.M. - Music Ear Blog


1. Underdog: The Mixtape (2010)

2. b.l.i.s.s. (2011)

3. Underdog 2: Labour Of Love (2013)

Collaboration Projects:

What's a Beat Without B.A.S.S. Vol. 1



James Weech aka “Jay Complex” (The artist formerly known as ‘Gizzy’) has decided to embark on a journey that will test his skills, faith and fortitude as he pursues music full-time. Jay started rapping in 2004 as a hobby but saw the craft daunting because he lacked the skills to become a serious competitor in the rap game. However, fate would have it that in late 2007/early 2008 Jay would take a serious interest in the art of rhyme-writing. Time was all Jay Complex needed to develop his skills. His relationship with B.A.S.S. is a living testament to that as he views B.A.S.S. as “ a family, badge, a flag and a label.” B.A.S.S. is his safe haven and where he is at his best so that he can continue to grow lyrically. When asked what messages he wishes to convey to his listeners, he says he wants his listeners to feel a “real mellow and melodic aura”. Jay’s aim is to take his listeners to that, “good place” and for them to direct their thinkings to all the “chill things in this world”. After releasing his debut solo mixtape, “Underdog: The Mixtape”, the listener without a doubt witnessed a more mature ‘Complex’ and got a little peak into Jay’s life. This was all deliberate as he saw “Underdog” as his audition to the world of music. He says confidently, “I want to play the part of an artist in the movie “Life” so I’m auditioning for the part.” He bares it all in hopes that he can be picked for the role. After the release of B.A.S.S. official mixtape “What’s a Beat Without B.A.S.S?” which saw impressive downloads and fanfare, Jay Com informed the world on his decision to quit school and pursue music full-time. When asked why he made such a controversial decision, Jay said: For me, the real world was easier than school. Even though college is supposed to be the last chance for fun or whatever, before you reach the real working world, the work that college had was more difficult for me mentally and spiritually. To pursue something as controversial as music seemed a lot more plausible. That’s just the way my body energy works. Now, Jay C. is heavily involved in the arts. He presently works with BJM photography and eLife Magazine to name a few, as he develops his skills in alternative media. Jay has set out to take the road less travelled and pursue what he is passionate about despite the naysayers and critics. Jay is one who marches to the sound of his own drum

Words By: Kyle M. Dorsett (McGill University)