Jae Stephens “Wet” (Audio)

Rising R&B artist Jae Stephens kickstarts a new era with her new single, “Wet”.

Gifted singer, songwriter, and producer Jae Stephens is ready to elevate her game.

Today, the acclaimed R&B artist shares new single “Wet”, via Raedio/Def Jam Recordings.

Smoothly futuristic and brashly confident, “Wet” finds Stephens seizing control of all aspects of her life–her art, her finances and, most crucially, her desires.

Over the song’s uptempo, house-influenced production, Jae sings, “Sick of my sadness, end of an era, I got new habits,” signaling her intention to start a new phase of her life and career, one with fewer inhibitions and more self-expression.

Produced in part by Jae herself, “Wet” sonically traverses both Pop and R&B genres effortlessly.

“Wet” is the start of Jae Stephens’ next era, which will culminate in a new EP due later this year.

The Dallas native first turned heads as a teenaged R&B prodigy, gaining notice with her soul-stirring vocals and preternatural songwriting ability.

While she was a high school student, Stephens built a devoted audience on Tumblr, winning 200,000 followers with her sterling covers of pop and R&B songs and her entertaining life updates.

She stepped out on her own as a 19-year-old, in 2017, releasing “24K”.

In 2019, Jae released ‘fuck it, i’ll do it myself’, a fully self-written and self-produced EP, home to her fan favorite single “got it like that”, and joined her friend Khalid during his performance on Saturday Night Live.

She has collaborated with kindred spirits like THEY, VanJess, Khamari, and Xavier Omar, and has racked up more than 50 million streams across her catalog.

Her most recent EP, ‘High My Name Is’, came out in 2022, shifting her sound in a more alternative and personal direction.

Now signed to Raedio, the “audio everywhere” company, in partnership with Def Jam Recordings, Jae Stephens is primed to deliver on her limitless potential.

Stay tuned for much more from the young singer-songwriter in the near future.

Photo Credit: Randijah Simmons

About Jae Stephens:
Jae Stephens, an R&B futurist originally from Dallas and now based in Los Angeles, has been steadily building her profile since the release of her self-written and produced debut EP, ‘fuck it, i’ll do it myself’, in 2019.

With tastemaker singles like “Got It Like That” and “24K”, she has garnered attention and collaborations with artists such as THEY, VanJess, Khamari, and Xavier Omar, further solidifying her status as an artist on the rise.

Press coverage from many major media outlets as well as an invitation to perform with Khalid on SNL, have contributed to her growing recognition.

In total, she has generated over 50 million streams across her catalog.

After a two-year hiatus, Stephens signed to Raedio and released her EP, ‘High My Name Is’, featuring standout tracks like “What’s A Monday” and the Jodeci-inspired single “Come and Talk to Me”.

The EP’s success, driven primarily by fan support, highlighted the anticipation for her return.

Recently signed as Raedio and Def Jam’s first major label artist, Jae Stephens is officially back and ready to take her place as the Queen of Pop R&B.

Her future music promises to showcase her captivating vocals and trendsetting aesthetic, reminding audiences why her comeback has been eagerly awaited.

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Jae Stephens’ “Wet” track is also available now to stream and cop on all major digital streaming platforms

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