Entitled “What You Like”, the song is a collaboration between the two artists StaJe and Tailor“
StaJe and Tailor, in collaboration with each other has unchained or released the first single titled “What You Like” on their “Call Me At Midnight” album soon to be released. The song which comes as a collaboration between the two Los Angeles based artists, is a component of classic Rock and Blues(R&B) split by visionary pop emotions concluding in uplifting and ultra-grooving presentation, StaJe and Tailor assures,
“We wanted something sensual. Something persuasive. We will do whatever you like, whatever you want and that will be enough for us.”
StaJe, whose real name is Justin Payne and born in Columbia South Carolina and always had passion for music, the artist is a billboard and Itunes charting artist who has been applauded by MTV, The Source, Earmilk, Popwrapped and among others.
Facing challenges growing up as an artist, StaJe faced trials and difficulties but didn’t fall apart. Having a vocalist as a mother, StaJe calls to mind the time he sang to old classics with his mum in front of the television. The artist also has for him self a recording studio and initiated his own record label. Known in showbiz as Tailor, Taylor Owen’s shape of life has not been comfortable as well.
His life has been crammed with intimidation, hard times and introversion. After couple months after birth on Camp Pendleton in Oceanside California, Tailor with his family moved to a small town in Iowa. Born as a stammer, Taylor only finds easy when he is singing so after a school project in Junior year, he then determined to go to school for music production.
This made him travel to Los Angeles, California to attend Musician’s Institute, and learned what he was missing. The “What You Like” song was released on the 3rd of December this year and was produced by the duo’s very own StaJe but parts of credits goes to Young Go, Biz Levin, though he wrote produced, mixed and mastered his own music. Below are the links to download, watch and listen to this masterpiece.