Jared Evan is an American singer-songwriter, record producer and rapper. He was born in Great Neck, New York. He was signed to Zone 4 under Interscope Records. The song "Frozen" which Jared wrote and produced, appeared on the LeBron James documentary soundtrack entitled Music Inspired by More Than a Game. In 2013 his album Boom Bap & Blues with Statik Selektah peaked at No. 8 on the iTunes Soul charts independently.
|Born:||Sept 21, 1989, Great Neck, New York, United States|
|Genres:||Soul, Pop, Hip Hop, Alternative Hip Hop|
|Occupation(s):||Singer, Producer, Rapper, Drummer|
|Labels:||Zone 4, Interscope, EP Entertainment|
|Associated acts:||Pharrell, Jimmy Douglass, Hoodie Allen, Illmind, Statik Selektah, Action Bronson|
About Jared Evan
New York singer and rapper best known for singles like 2011's 'In Love with You', which hit #1 on iTunes' Greek pop charts. His track 'Frozen' was featured on the soundtrack to the LeBron James documentary 'More Than a Game.'
He was invited to open for rapper Lupe Fiasco after winning the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival’s Spit 16 contest.
His collaborative album with Statik Selektah, 'Boom Bap & Blues', cracked the Top 10 on iTunes' R&B/Soul charts within two hours of its release.
His parents were fans of classic rock and supported his pursuit of a music career.
His 2013 album "Boom Bap & Blues" featured contributions from rappers like Action Bronson.
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