Joey Jaey sings about toxic masculinity on new single - Treat You Right
Joey Jaey's next single 'Treat You Right' is about black toxic masculinity.
‘Treat You Right’ is about how targeted and purposeful emasculation has led to an intense overcorrection among black men, leading to distorted ideas about what it means to be a man.
Joey Jaey is a Canadian singer, songwriter and music producer who was born to Catholic parents in Nigeria. He found his passion for music when he was barely 11 years old & attending school in Southern Nigeria. Joey became the singing perfect in the seminary - meaning he was given the job of composing melodies for psalms and hymnals. His passion and talent for music became immediately apparent.
Upon completing his seminary education, Joey left the priesthood vocation and went on to bag several law degrees and certifications. He has practised law since 2011 in Nigeria, and since 2017 in Canada. Throughout his career in law, he continued with his passion for music by writing songs for prominent artists based in both his home country of Nigeria and abroad.
Fast forward to June 2020, released his first single featuring Ajuju and Mayer, and his debut EP 'Discovery' which can be described as a fusion of different music genres - from Pop to Reggaeton.
Follow him on Instagram @joeyjaey